Note: This is a guest post from my good friend Tony DiLorenzo at Fit Marriage. Many years ago, before I got married and had kids, I can remember when I would stroll to the gym, workout for an hour or two, play some basketball, and then hangout with my friends afterwards. Working out was simple
Just like our physical fitness, it’s really easy to fall into a rut and quit working on our marriage. Here’s what you need to do to keep a fit marriage!
Marriage requires work, but there are things every marriage needs that don’t require money. And you already have a lot of these things at your disposal.
It’s really easy to take our blessings for granted. As I spent time away recently, I was reminded of just how special we have it as a family.
You know a regular date night with your husband or wife is not only a great time, but it’s really key to enjoying a healthy relationship, right? Here are some practical tips to help make it happen!
I was reading my buddy J. Money’s blog over at Budgets Are Sexy this morning, and he had a short poem/essay that really drove home something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. It’s called “The Paradox of Time” and I think it speaks volumes about our culture today (at least here in the USA).
If you ever find yourself feeling stressed out or even overwhelmed by all the things you have to do, you’re going to love this post. I’m going to share with you one of the BEST and EASIEST things you can do to bring more happiness to your home. Check it out and then share it
As you may have heard, we just opened enrollment in an all-new version of Time to Thrive. Time to Thrive will show you how to get control of your schedule and become more productive. Now, there are lots of programs, book and seminars out there that will tell you about time management (I’ve been through
Imagine for a moment that you could add an hour to your day – not another hour for work, cleaning or worrying…an extra hour of quality time to do what you really want. What would you do with that extra hour? Rekindle the romance in your marriage Lose weight Train for a race Get out
I received an email last week from a woman who was really upset. She’s a devoted wife and Mom of two kids under the age of four. On all accounts, her family is doing well, yet she was really down on herself and her lack of “control” when it came to how she spends her