How an Introvert Handles Conflict

Conflict is inevitable even in healthy relationships. Embracing conflict in marriage is not always easy, especially for an introvert like me. I hate confrontation and I would always prefer to say nothing than to converse about disagreements or hurt feelings. Naturally, I am more of a thinker than a talker. However, as I have gotten older, I have realized that I cannot always operate this … Continue reading How an Introvert Handles Conflict

Looking for a Trust Exercise? Try Rock Climbing

Our activity of the past month was rock climbing. My husband and I bought a Groupon for unlimited visits for a month and we went as many times as we could go. Rock climbing is a partner sport and is a perfect trust exercise for couples. It is possible to do it alone – solo climbing – but that’s for the dare devils. One of … Continue reading Looking for a Trust Exercise? Try Rock Climbing

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Life’s Too Short to Have a Boring Marriage

One of the best parts of marriage is you always have someone to play with. Honestly, just because we’re adults it doesn’t mean we have to be serious all of the time. It is super important to have fun! A few weeks ago, we went to Candytopia and it was a great experience. We played like kids for an hour, got inspired by the candy … Continue reading Life’s Too Short to Have a Boring Marriage

Nock and Loose: 4 Reasons Why Archery is Good for Date Night

When it comes to date night, dinner and a movie is a classic. We actually do this a couple Tuesdays every month (Studio Movie Grill has discounted tickets on Tuesdays – yeah we like to remain within budget). But of course, it’s good to try something different every once in a while. We recently went to an archery range with a group of friends and … Continue reading Nock and Loose: 4 Reasons Why Archery is Good for Date Night