Category Archives: Marriage

20 Products Every Engaged Couple Needs On Their Registry

The most exciting part of wedding planning has finally come! You are strolling through the aisles of Target and Bed, Bath, and Beyond scanning this and that. Creating your wedding registry is by far some of the most fun and frustrating times engaged couples have. It’s fun because you get to scan whatever the heck …

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10 Things Every Newlywed Woman Should Know

 

As you slip that sleek silver bracelet from your grandma onto your wrist and run through your vows with your coordinated bridesmaids one last time, the last thing on your mind is what is to come the next month. On our wedding day, our mind is focused on three things. 1) Don’t trip down …

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15 Dates For Colder Weather

Dating is a crucial part of relationships. At the beginning of a new relationship, you date so you can get to know each other. You ask the questions that are most important to you… “Do you like dogs?” “Are you a fan of Netflix?” All very important questions… 

As the relationship continues you date to …

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6 Ways To Care For Your Spouse When They Have A Cold

You know how you often hear women bashing their husbands for becoming total babies when a cold hits? Well, in my house I have to admit that this is just not true. I am the one that is a complete baby about being sick and my husband handles it pretty well. 

Friends, the cold weather …

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10 Ways To Enjoy Your Marriage

Today I want to throw out a little challenge for you all! Lately, I have been doing my best to keep from rushing through life. Growing up I always struggled with enjoying the present. At 8 years old I was planning my sweet 16 birthday party. At 18 I was dropping serious hints to Logan …

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Fighting Comparison

Com·par·i·son – the act of examining things to see if they are similar or different.

After reading the definition of comparison, I find that it isn’t all that “bad” of a word. I think we often use it in a negative way because it is most commonly associated with comparing one person to another to see …

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Newlywed Tips

The “I do”s have been said, the first dance has been danced, and now it’s time for real married life.

For some, this can come across as a bit intimidating and overwhelming. Maybe you are used to living at home with your parents, living with some friends, or living on your own. But now things …

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