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This Couple Went Viral After Sharing Their System For Dividing Up Household Chores, And This Is Genius

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"At that time, I hadn’t been diagnosed with ADHD yet — that didn’t happen until after we got married in 2021 — and I remember how frustrated I would get with myself for not being able to remember to do these simple tasks and getting frustrated with Alexa for repeatedly asking me to do a chore," they added.So, after Cass's diagnosis, Alexa and Cass realized the best system meant they would both need to make accommodations and ultimately pull from both of their strengths. "We abandoned the notion that every task had to be 50/50 and instead approached things as an overall balance," Cass explained."1. Equal doesn’t have to mean 50/50 on tasks: We fell into this early on in our search for balance and equality in our relationship.

Being two women building a life together, we’re at a slight advantage where societal gender roles don’t factor into how we split up tasks like they might in a relationship between a man and a woman.

We approach tasks based on what our inherent strengths are rather than societal roles and just try to make sure that overall we are contributing to our home equally.

2. Play to your strengths: When we sat down and really had an honest conversation about it, we realized that we weren’t playing to our individual strengths.

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