As the summer is upon us, many families are looking at their calendars and wondering how to make the most of their time together. Some parents are working from home, juggling child care and their jobs. Other parents are considering which camps and summer enrichment programs can fill their children’s time. Many parents are looking for ideas to help their children make the most of their summer downtime—whether that’s mastering a new skill, enhancing their creative abilities, bonding more closely as a family, or exploring their hometown or a far-off destination.
No matter what your family wants out of this summer, with a little planning and intention, you can have a summer that satisfies the whole family and brings everyone together for quality time. To better understand what your partner and children want out of this summer, schedule a family meeting. During your family meeting, try these steps to learn more about what your family wants out of this summer:
To learn about these tips and more, check our our recording of the class “Set the Stage for a Happy, Healthy and Mindful Summer.”
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