Each time my family sets an intention before taking action–or before making important decisions, we are delighted by the results–whether it’s planning a vacation or shaping our summer days together.
Connecting what we “do” with how we want to “be” is a powerful force of alignment. Sharing that with each other creates a healthy “container” of cooperation and support in the home.
The power of shared intention is at the heart of my upcoming workshop for Moms. We’ll gather around my kitchen table to share our intentions for summer–and to explore our intended ways of “being” with our family. This focus will drive our attention to the habits, routines and systems that support greater harmony in the home.
boys can clean toilets
kids of all ages can do their own laundry, and
teens can CHOOSE to help rather than continually prioritize their own needs.
During our time together, I’ll share my full toolbox of ideas for organizing life and intention, and you’ll pick which tools to take home to support your family’s sense of harmony and cooperation–including the intention setting process (adapted for different age groups.)
Photo highlights of our latest family meeting: