I don't do a lot of housework; my sister's family lives with me, and part of her & her husband's 'training' of the kids is to have them do chores, i.e., clean the house daily. There are areas I do exclusively, but they don't get done daily, they're not 'common areas', which are the focus of the training. I don't feel a bit bad about that, because my house wouldn't NEED near as much cleaning if I was there alone!
It has caused some friction in the past, but I believe my 'housemates' have come to accept that it IS MY HOUSE.
I honestly believe that, at the end of this decade, it will be (at most), my sister and me in the house. The youngest one is about to be 9, and (sorry to say) I don't believe his dad will see much beyond his graduation. All the other kids will be LONG gone, and my sister may decide she doesn't want to live under the same roof with me. I'll MISS her (smartest & funniest woman I know), but I will live.
What I will not do is give up the bike. When I can no longer throw a leg over it, THEN it's time to retire it (and me!).