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I wish! Right now I'd love simply to find a rhythm that works for us.
Most days we write everything expected to be done or accomplished on a list in the morning. Everyone contributes to writing then executing the list and then it's easy to see if we got things done that day. HOWEVER, there are also days when the only way to gauge if we were accomplished is if nobody is crying or complaining or nagging each other lol. When we get the rare day of "Stop looking at me!" "Moooom! Shes breathing loud on purpose!" We try to just focus on the mental wellness of the household and the productivity gets moved onto the next day's list for everyone's sanity. Haha.
I guess if my family and I are mostly happy and content by the end of the day it was a good day. If most of the stuff needed to get done got done then it was a successful day.