Work comittments easily take precedence over family-time.
Not without conflict though. Someone in the family will eventually feel left out, or ignored, or excluded.
If communication is unclear, there might be anger or withdrawal. Or, god forbid, the leaden cloak of supressed anger.
Let’s bring our family-time back to the center of our lives.
Here’s one way: once a week, sit down and go through the calendar together as a family. See when in the coming week you want to set aside time for the family, or when there are shared obligations to attend to.
When those times are agreed on and blocked out, you’ll know what remains available for work.