Marriage is an increasingly unnatural and confusing thing for most couples today. In light of this, Tyler Ward—author of Marriage Rebranded—recently asked 25 leaders for their single best marriage advice for young people. The level of insight and wisdom he received—compiled in the free eBook Marriage Hacks—is guaranteed to help many navigate this uniquely beautiful relationship called marriage. We are honored to have been one of the leaders Tyler interviewed for Marriage Hacks. Enjoy our chapter of the eBook below then be sure to download the full eBook for FREE at the end of this post.
A few weeks ago our friends at The Loveumentary asked us if we would like to take part in their 30 Day Gratitude Challenge! We strongly believe in the incredible power that showing gratitude can have on ourselves and others so we jumped at this incredible opportunity. Today, take 5 minutes and share with each other what you are most grateful for. Then head on over to the Loveumentary Site to read our full post on Gratitude. And no matter what, Be Grateful For This Moment, This Moment is Your Life!
I like to consider myself as a go-with-the-flow kind of gal. The kind of girl that is spontaneous and likes to mix things up! However, when it comes to family traditions, I am as far from go-with-the-flow as possible. I am definitely a traditionalist when it involves family, especially around the holidays! Growing up, my whole extended family lived within 10 miles of our home in Central PA. Living so close to one another provided many opportunities to get together… in fact, every Sunday we would go to MeMe & PopPop’s house for dinner and fun with the cousins! The holidays provided just another excuse to get together with everyone and do something memorable together!
Crazy enough, the holidays are just around the corner and we thought it would be fun to introduce our “Ask the Experts” category with the topic of Creating Holiday Traditions. Now is your chance to ask any and all of the questions you may have about creating new traditions, letting go of old traditions, and how to manage the sticky situations that may come up along the way!