Rest is a family affair. Not everyone needs the same sort of rest at the same time, but everyone needs rest regularly. Families who rest together stay healthy together. Family members have the unique ability to read one another and provide the support that you can’t get outside of the family unit. Families can tell in an instant when someone is out of sorts or not themselves. This can be a great help in keeping the family unit healthy.
Most people rest at the end of the day when they’ve checked everything else off their lists. What’s the age-old motto? Work before play! Getting your work done is the responsible thing to do and rest is more of a reward than a naturally occurring activity. Creating a schedule that prioritizes rest can actually enhance your productivity and incentivize your work.