Musicalhair! I don't know about you, but one of the reasons I started recording was so that I would enjoy what I heard! You should too. Even in the control room.
I currently use alesis monitor ones for close up listening, and they translate very well.(as I'm sure the adam's will...even though I haven't heard'EM!) I did not always have the alesis, and I had to make do just like you. An endless job of running around and listeneing to this machine and that one. Home speakers are designed to be complimentary to the sounds of a recording, and there can be a huge difference from one home speaker to the next. Studio monitors are designed to be transparent and show a sound for what it is. I am taking it for granted that you have looked at the acoustics of your room and have taken steps to correct ssues the best you can. If you work until your mix sounds great, and has a good balance on your own monitors, then it will sound good anywhere.
As for specific things you may want to change, but not sure how, bring them up. I'm sure you will find valuable suggestions, and we could learn from your situation as well.