Second Daughter wants a new surfboard. Not that “The Apple” doesn’t get the job done even on East Coast waves, but it’s a bit old. A surfing friend gave it to us used, and we had it repaired once already.
You may not know this but new surfboards are not particularly cheap. 😀
The Hubster and I let Second know we would kick in if she would save most of the money to buy her new board. She is not yet of an age to be earning big bucks at McDonald’s and she isn’t the babysitting type, so I told her I would pay her $2 per load to do the family laundry.
The laundry room lists pictured are the result of her research and planning into what it would take to do this laundry thing and how to organize it. Note each family member has a different color and the schedule has towels every day. She has already made $6, and I am grateful indeed. It is early days in this process, but I am hoping the motivation (surfboard) will be enough to keep the laundry going.
Next stop for me: how to delegate grocery shopping.
Next stop for Second Daughter: conquer the world.
Did you have to work to earn money for something you wanted when you were young? A car maybe? What was your heart’s desire? Your best summer job?