So, that's you looked after. Now to sort out everyone else so you can stop doing it all and get what you want.
Get the family or whoever you live with to sit down and make a list with you.
If you’re not taking the kids on the quick grocery run during COVID-19, when you leave the house get them to sort, wash and fold the laundry. Great life skills. Get them washing the car too—it’s fun and useful.
Share the cooking with your partner 50-50, unless one of you really loves doing it.
One friend of mine avoids housework conflict with a regular system: she cleans the bathrooms on Saturday mornings while he shops.
On Sunday mornings, he cooks breakfast and she changes the bed. Sometimes they switch duties but mostly they do what they prefer.
Make everyone accountable, especially the kids. This is how they learn to be independent, which is the ultimate goal of parenting.
And let them know you’re not going to add ‘making sure things get done’ to the list. That’s just another job for you.
Remember: communication is the key here. Say what you need.