You shouldn't need a degree in domestic science to have an efficient home.
Why is this important to you?
Your time is valuable and you have better things to do. If we don't do this chores will collectively take years your life away.
Also, you're probably not even good at chores. Let's think hard about how to do these common tasks and design a home system that gives us more time. We'll start with the things everyone does at least once a week like laundry, grocery shopping, cooking and cleaning.
How will we do this?
First we're going to measure and evaluate our current systems. By sharing this we'll see which systems would be easy to standardize between houses. We'll also see different home systems and can pick the best ones. You can join the community by measuring you're own home systems. Here are instructions <need link> to measure your home systems in a week. Then you can share your results in this sheet <need link>.
If it makes sense, we'll organize a neighborhood service that can do all the chores for us. But first we need to find efficient and beautiful home systems that we'd love.
What does Kanban mean?
Kanban is a lean manufacturing principle that aims to match inventory supply with consumption. Kanban Home aims to use proven manufacturing principles in the home to minimize the time and money required to live. See our principles to learn how we go about solving problems.
How can I get involved?
Measure your current home sytsems and share.
Try out some of the proposed homesystems and give feedback
Check out the blog and let us know what works for you or if you have questions.
We'd love to have you try these systems in your home. Check out the blog and let us know what works for you or if you have questions.
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