He does his own ironing.
My husband retired three years before I did and by that time our boys were grown and married with families of their own. He had a lot of time on his hands and needed something to fill his day so I would leave a "honey do" list each morning on the bar. When I'd get home from work everything would be done on the list plus supper would be on the stove. I thought I'd died and gone to heaven. Then, when I retired a few years later, I was so spoiled that I kept up this arrangement. Worked fine for me. Don't you think I deserved it? Now he does most of the cooking and he does his own ironing and he washes his own clothes. He will clean bathrooms if asked.
This set up has worked for us for the last ten years. He still takes care of the yard and will do any project I ask of him. I do have to gradually mention the project a few weeks prior to wanting it done because he procrastinates. But it will eventually get done.
Now, if I could just get him to make the bed.