1. Make dinner important

Try to make dinner stand out from the rest of the day. Involve the family in the preparations. Cook together when you can. Motivate your children by giving them responsibility for laying the table or deciding the menu.

2. Give your table setting some tender, loving, care.

Eating at a set table makes all the difference. Why use your weekend dinnerware only on weekends? Add place mats, patterned napkins, double plates, a nice salad bowl. Small changes to make dinner a bit more formal, but also more festive.

3. Savour the moment

How was everybody’s day? Any weekend plans? When (and if) you get the family talking, try to stretch the moment. With a board game or music quiz, you may even lose track of time altogether.

4. The extra precautions

Creating a midweek bubble of calm is a challenge for anyone, let alone a whole family. Still, a fair guess is that letting your mobile devices take a dinner nap in a STOCKSUND bench (or simply out of reach) won’t hurt.

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