That's why all the homemaking ideas, plans, and schedules that we try don't work. We don't fail to plan; we just fail to work the plan. And sometimes that's what homemaking is all about - work. The biblical model of the ideal homemaker, the Proverbs 31 Woman, was a worker: ". . . she worketh willingly with her hands . . . and eateth not the bread of idleness," taken from verses 13 and 27 (emphasis mine).
There is no magic formula. Being a good homemaker may come naturally for some, may have to be taught to others, but the principle is the same for all - work. So now I'm off to do just that.
Plan your work; work your plan.