500 Hours Together:
A Family Time Challenge
There are 8,760 hours in a year. You’ll spend roughly 2,080 of those hours at work. On average, almost 900 hours swiping on social media. How much family time are you getting in?
Four easy-to-do steps
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- Ideas for family time together.
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