1. Start a family calendar and keep it online for everyone to access.
2. Arrange carpools for each child's activity and send out a schedule to all of the drivers involved.
3. Hold a family brainstorm of fun activities each kid (and grownup) likes and keep the list around for boredom emergencies.
4. Schedule alone time with your partner. Even if it means signing your 13-year-old son up for belly dancing, do it to get the house to yourselves for a small chunk of time weekly.
5. Organize family activities that help with running the house and kill two birds with one stone. Cooking can be fun and you could turn raking leaves into a competition with a prize.
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