I am the youngest of 5 kids. That leads to a busy and full house as a child. My mom managed her household duties by using the important method of delegation. Unlike a lot of delegation methods I have seen my mom chose one chore for each kid and it didn't change but possibly once a year. My chore (I started my apprenticeship at 6) was dishes. You would think after so many years of washing them that I would hate dishes. . .well to a degree I do. I hate dirty dishes. I hate hate hate dirty dishes. As I said before, to you or at least someone else, I prefer to hand wash dishes. Then I can clean and put away dishes one at a time so that it never builds up either dirty or clean. I hate a pile of dirty dishes! I hate a pile of clean dishes! I don't like piles of any kind really. My goal with all cleaning is to leave you pile-less. Who wants to have a "laundry day"? I don't know that many people want to devote a day or more than one day to doing laundry or any chore for that matter. Small steps: when you finish breakfast, instead of moving on to the next task take the 2 minutes and wash those 3-7 dishes you might have, then you are done. There are no dishes in the sink waiting no one more item on a to do list that is longer than you could ever accomplish let alone in one day!
(This is at my parents house)