Have you ever heard of Einstein’s Twin Paradox Theory? Its basic premise is that the faster you go, the slower time goes. According to PBS.org, this idea was tested with the aid of atomic clocks, which are capable of measuring time in billionths of a second. One clock was sent on a jet traveling 600 mph around the world, while the other was stationary. Both clocks were set to the exact same time prior to take off. Once the clock on the jet returned and was compared to the clock that had remained on the ground, the immobile clock was found to be ahead by a few billionths of a second. Proving Einstein’s theory was true. Crazy!
Flying really fast is one way to save a little time, but in all practicality, we should start with managing our time on the ground better. And that starts with carving out your schedule to make even more room for your kids. Here are 10 ways to make time for your children.
Huddle up with your children tonight and say: “One way I would like to spend more time with you is by ____.”