Making time for important things
We’ve all heard this before: “I don’t have time!” More often than not we need to make time for important things. A couple need to schedule weekly date-nights and alone time to strengthen their relationship. Parents need some ‘down-time’. We also need to schedule one-on-one, quality time with our kids. Here are a few tips to help you make time for what’s really important.
May 26 th, 2015
- You need to determine which things are important. This can be your relationship with your spouse, partner, child or yourself.
- Plan ‘me-time’ around your family’s schedule. Get up a half-hour or hour earlier to exercise, meditate or plan your day.
- Teach your kids that you need time on your own and schedule activities for them while you have a break. Correlate their PlayStation / Xbox / online time with your personal time.
- Get a reliable babysitter for your weekly date-nights with your partner.
- Commit to the important things in your life and guard the time you’ve set aside for each of them.
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