I'm not great at keeping track of chores, tasks that are regularly repeated, and I spotted a video online for parents to help kids by using jars for doing and done with tasks written on lollipop sticks. Sounds a lot like Kanban to me!
I knocked this up today, a bucket on the left for ready, the small centre one for doing and the one on the right for done. The idea is that once I've done every task I'll swap them all back to the left to ensure I don't miss anything off. I'll put in on the wall in my hallway so it's nice and obvious.
The other benefit is I can just pick out a few tasks at random from the "ready" bucket so I don't have to think about what to do next. It helps prevent decision fatigue at least!
I printed this at 0.2 resolution with a 0.6mm nozzle and 20% infill, the walls are quite thin and though it does the job it won't stand up to much punnishment at this point. If you need it to be tougher it's worth increasing the infill but on a 0.4mm nozzle it may not be a problem. If anyone prints this let me know your results please and I can tweak the model to make the walls thicker if needed.
Note, I've no idea if there are standard sizes of lollipop sticks by country but these are 11mm wide, the "doing" bucket is purposefully small so you can only fit a few in at a time so FYI before you print one as you may want to scale it up.
I printed on a machine with a 0.6mm nozzle and the walls are very thin, I may make the walls thicker in the design or just print with a higher infill to make it stronger.