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quality time

Time spent interacting with someone in a close, meaningful way. This Christmas, I want to spend some real quality time with the family instead of having everyone stuck on their phones and tablets the whole time. I'm looking forward to having some quality time with you on our camping trip.
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quality time

time spent with someone allowing interaction and closeness. He was able to spend a few minutes of quality time with his son, Buxton, at least once every two weeks.
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Promising my personal time to my family at least once a day is important to develop that quality time with them.
"This was intended to be a welldeserved break for the pair, and a chance to spend some quality time together as a couple.
Centrepoint has teamed up with regional lifestyle and parenting influencers Lucy Bruce, Kaya Scott and Deanna Khalil, to share tips and advice on spending quality time with family.
But more importantly, quality time needs to be invested in ascertaining where the greatest returns would potentially come from.
| Spend some quality time with the family on a walk
"There will always be toys, crafts, butties and coffee and a chance for dads to spend some quality time with their kids."
Where: For me holidaying is all about relaxing and chilling out, and spending quality time with the family.
The report called for holidays to be placed high on the political agenda in order to make the prospect of quality time away a reality for every family in Britain.
"Here, they can find refuge of peace and tranquility so I take this opportunity to invite one and all to our property to enjoy our special promotions during this season and spend quality time with family and friends," he added.
QUALITY time with family and friends brings more joy than fast cars and luxury goodies, a study claimed yesterday.
"I'll imagine we'll go to church in the morning and spend some quality time together, which is so important as a family," said Kevin, of Halesowen.
YOUNG people aren't getting enough quality time with their parents, according to a recent report commissioned for National Family Week which starts today.
Many worry that they don't get to spend enough quality time with their children and are jacking in their jobs to become stay-at-home mums.
"With busier schedules and kids heading back to school, now is a great time to provide a dedicated place in our stores to give room the savings and ideas to create fun, quality time for her family this fall," says chief toy officer and senior vice president of entertainment Laura Phillips.
And the good news is that research shows children are less concerned about visiting expensive theme parks, and more interested in spending quality time with their parents.
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