In no particular order.
- Your time is not fungible. With the corollary that DIY is anti-community.
- Aim for mother-friendly, not child-friendly because child-friendly really means “no siblings allowed”.
- Busy is selfish.
- Leisure isn’t lazy. It’s how people get the fun social and civilizational goods they claim to (often “traditionally”) support, after all.
- Service isn’t servile. Having (usually unrelated) people do things for you and giving them money to do so is not imposing servility on them. It was a staple of even the very poor in pre-modern times. The modern era is defined most sharply as the point where paying people to do things for you was utterly deprecated. In America, this was actually the postwar era, but in the rest of the West, it was early Vietnam-era.
These precepts are just a beginning, a tiny seed of a bigger idea, and working the implications out is a longer term goal.