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Getting Along While Getting It All Done: 7 Fun Ways to Divide Up Roommate Chores

(Image credit: Esteban Cortez) Chores aren't fun, and unless you're lucky enough to get along with all your roommates, having the conversation to divide them up might not be easy, either. Good news: Apps can help, and you can add a little variety into your cleaning routine by trying some fun DIY takes on chore charts, and by turning your chores into a bonding activity. READ MORE »
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