I think it went quite well.
Bria earned a lot of points. She was also in the negative for most of the day because of fighting or talking back. She's had a little attitude issue since school's been out, and hopefully this will help. I do have to say that she was much nicer towards the end of the day and was even happily singing as she swept the kitchen floor after dinner so she could have enough points to watch a movie. I'd call that a success.
Chloe didn't earn as many points, but she also didn't lose too many. The hard thing with Chloe is that incentive programs in general don't work with her. She really weighs her options and then decides that she'd rather not practice piano or whatever, even if it means she loses something or doesn't get something. So I'm surprised how well she did today. She also tends to be a real angel when we start something like this, so we'll see how it goes once it's old hat. We'll also see how it goes when she goes to bed tonight, as she loses 2 points every time she gets out of bed. If she has a "normal" night, she'll lose herself around 20 points.
My house is a lot cleaner than normal, and I didn't do much of it. That's awfully nice.
My shoe basket is empty. In general, it should probably be emptied once every two days, but this never, ever happens. It's very nice not to have shoes cascading all over the entryway for once.
I do have to do a lot of supervising and making sure that chores are done completely and well. Bria had to re-vacuum a room about 4 times today, but the second room she vacuumed was done right the first time. The fact that they've wanted to do chores when it wasn't necessarily convenient for me has been only slightly annoying. I'm trying to focus on the fact that, hello! They want to do chores!!!
All in all, I'd say it's successful. The trick will be to keep it all going.
I'll let you know. :)