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Sunday should be about family, fun, and FOOD!
Sunday is the ultimate family day, but sometimes our busy lives get the best of us! So let’s figure out ways we can get the family together and make memories.
Weekends are precious, and we want to get every last drop of R&R before we have to head back to work or school. We try to savor Sunday by sleeping in, make no plans but to spend time with the family. Even though my kids are teens, they try to stay home a couple of Sundays a month. When they are home we play games, watch movies and EAT!
Here are some tips on how to get the most out of your Sunday
- Sunday is the day to chill with the family. So try not to make other plans and keep your promise of a day full of family, fun, and food.
- If you have to have a later time in the day, then try to get everyone together by 4 pm and hang out until 8 pm. Now four hours is the right amount of time to do what you want to do with the family.
- Pick out a few games, not everyone will agree on a game so pick one or two and have fun!
- Have snacks out on the table for everyone to enjoy. Cheese and crackers are always a hit, fruit and maybe some chips with dip.
- Maybe do a craft- make painted rock sayings, paint on canvas, or color. Another family fun idea is making slime. We like to make cards,
- Now for the food, slow cooker all the way! This way you can have a hearty meal plus very little time in the kitchen means more time with the family. Also get help from the kids to help prep for dinner and clean up. Everyone should do something to help with dinner or clean up.
What To Cook On A Sunday
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Sunday is the perfect day for the family, let’s all try to bring back Sunday tradition of hanging out and having fun. Now I wanted to try the Beer-Braised ShortRibs and I think they came out sooooooo good!
Comment below and let us know about your favorite family recipe, family game, or family craft.