I like doing my recycling. I actually enjoy doing things like ripping up cardboard food packets into smaller pieces, and rinsing out milk bottles with a little water before putting them into my recycling bag. I have a top floor apartment, so what I do is put recyclable rubbish into a sturdy rubble bag -- which goes inside a bin in my kitchen until I am ready to walk downstairs with it, to dump the contents into my streetside recycling bin. I find the whole process of doing those things to be relaxing, and fun!
That might seem a bit weird, considering what I have written at this forum about not being a fan of work. But it is not "work" if I enjoy doing it!
Also, as I am magic, I know that my "small" actions affect the world in a big way. I like the idea of a self-sustaining civilisation that is not harmful to itself -- so I focus on how I want that to be, in some way, while I am doing my recycling. It is like instead of asking for a self-sustaining civilisation by writing about it, I simply *know* what I want when I am doing the routine tasks that are not like work for me; I then be attentive to a sort of feedback effect involving my Universal self presenting me with things related to what I was doing, that also represent what I know I wanted in some way when I was doing those things.
So I am focusing on making the world a better place -- i.e. the way I want it to be -- when I am doing the allegedly menial and boring task of preparing rubbish for recycling. I do not feel like a slave; instead, I know that I am powerful as I help everything towards a better state of being, in which there is no suffering anymore, ever again, by choice. So perhaps it is that knowledge that what I do *means something*, knowing how wonderful everything is going to be without suffering, which means that I enjoy doing my recycling. But also, I just enjoy ripping up paper and cardboard!
What so-called chores do you enjoy doing, SAS members? What sorts of "work" are not actually work for you, at all?