What are the best habits to keep for your kids?
When it comes to kids, you want to be sure to keep your habits as regular as possible, according to the new research from The New York Times.
According to the report, the average American household consumes just over three hours a day of family time, and that’s just the time you spend with kids.
When you factor in spending time with your spouse, parents and siblings, and any other close friends and family members you might be able to count on having some kind of daily habit to help you stay organized.
To help manage that daily schedule, The New Yorker’s Hannah Gaffney wrote about the best ways to keep track of what you do and what you don’t do.
For example, the New Yorker suggests using your smartphone or tablet to make a list of your chores and to set reminders.
For more on habits and productivity, read our guide to the best productivity apps for parents.
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