With families spending more time at home together working and going to school, dinner time together may not seem like such a big priority. Even though you essentially know what happened in their day (from all the school interruptions), you still need time to unplug and be a family.
Here are a few ideas to escape work and enjoy your evening together:
•Take a walk together before dinner to unplug from your virtual worlds.
•Write a few icebreaker questions down and have fun with the answers.
•Wake up your tastebuds to new cuisine by trying something new once a week.
– Cyndee Woolley, The SWFL 100