Have you ever wished you could flip a switch and have a strong, lasting connection with your family?
Have you ever felt like you were sleepwalking through parenthood, desperate to wake up and enjoy every single moment before the good stuff passed you by?
Have you ever wanted to do family life on your own terms without the busyness, obligations, and “should-do’s” getting in your way?
If so, you’re in the right place.
In this book, author and divergent thinker Celeste Orr shares 52 of her popular togetherness tips to help families build big family togetherness on good days and bad days, in big ways and small ways, with everything from playing board games to having one-on-ones, talking about tough issues, reframing frozen pizza nights, and going after big family dreams, long-term travel, and adventure too.
With real-life stories and simple, honest examples, this book gives parents, grandparents, and families of all kinds a go-to list of ideas to break the disconnect that is so often a by-product of the modern-day trappings that keep us from having the kind of family life we truly want. It’s great as a one-time read and also designed for parents who want to keep it at their fingertips for on-the-fly togetherness suggestions when things get sticky at home.
This is not a homeschool book. It’s not a stay-at-home mom book or a traveling family book exactly. (Although, if you do any of those things, you’ll probably like it. I hope you like it a lot.)
It’s a book for parents who want more time with their kids.
We want deeper relationships. We want more adventure, happier days, something better to do together than argue over things that don’t matter, watch Netflix, and run from place to place together. We want a different kind of family togetherness.
For more about the book and the Togetherness Redefined community, visit togethernessredefined.com.