The Complete Guide to Time Management and How it Affects Our Happiness & Life

Alone in the Night? The Definitive Guide on Time Management for Life

If you’re a married man, it’s important for you to manage your time wisely. This can be a difficult task, especially when work and family have variety of demands on your time. Figuring out what time you should come home from work can be especially challenging—should you go straight home or go out and have a few drinks with your colleagues? Should you stick to a schedule, or should you go out a bit late? What’s important is that you’re getting the best use of your time, and this requires some ingenuity.
Throughout his career, Al Ries has been involved in consulting on product development. Along with Laura Ries, he wrote Al Ries and Laura Ries’ book titled ” The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing “. Since 1987 it has been one of the top five marketing books that have sold over 500,000 copies worldwide. He is also the author of The Fall of Advertising and the Rise of PR (1993) and co-author of Marketing Warfare (1983). He’s contributed a short, sharp, practical column for several national magazines for almost a decade, including Forbes , Fortune , Entrepreneur , Fast Company and others.

what time should a married man come home
what time should a married man come home

What Time Does the Lord Exist? Is There a Good Time for Marriage?

Children and husbands need not be at odds on this point; as Biblical author Paul says, “the head of the woman is man and the man is the head of Christ.” These are two wonderful ways for men to honor God. Certainly, it’s important for a husband to respect his wife by being considerate and kind when he’s around her, but the way he spends his time must be consistent with God’s own Word (Proverbs 31:11). So is there a single rule that describes what time it is appropriate for a married man to come home?
Indeed, though the Bible is full of rules for spiritual living, it contains no such directive for married man. Some have tried to make sense of this by claiming that because the Bible says to let women exercise authority in the church, a man must respect that doctrine and give his wife more freedom at home. And some think that a husband’s time at home ought to be divided between spiritual devotion and serving his wife physically (1 Tim. 2:11).
But the truth is that there are many wonderful rules in the scriptures, but none tells a man when to come home. That’s because a man’s time is his own. What matters most is how he uses his time. But what about a wife or family? What should they do while he’s gone?

what time should a married man come home
what time should a married man come home

“The Universe’ is made from tiny particles of matter that have been woven together by an orderly process called ‘randomness’: We call this kind of measurement ‘quantum mechanics’ or ‘quantum evolution.’ This explanation explains why, in quantum mechanics , certain properties are common across different systems. It also shows why some properties change over time.” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/23/time-

Forget about strict times to come home from work. The question is not what time you go home, but what kind of person you are when you come home. If your family can’t tell the difference between you before and after work, then your marriage is in trouble. There’s no moral value for an obedient husband outside the home than there is for a disobedient husband inside the home. And this is something that should be seen as a problem, because when you’re not at your best being an obedient husband, you’re just not doing what God intended for you. What’s more, marriage is the only environment where a husband and a wife exist in the same place at the same time…
This is not to say you can’t be involved with other people, but your primary focus must be on your family. At work, you can have respect for your boss, speak up and share your opinion, do many of the things that would cause you to get fired were you to do them elsewhere… But at home, you are not allowed to do those things, because your wife would be very unhappy! … And not just about the fact that she would be unhappier than she could ever imagine, but that you would never be able to trust her again. This may seem like very small-minded thinking, but it’s completely consistent with what the Bible says:
“Husbands, love your wives, as Christ also loved the church and gave himself up for her. So that he might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word, that he might present her to himself a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle or any such thing, but that she should be holy and without blemish” (Ephesians 5:25-27).

what time should a married man come home
what time should a married man come home