5 More Tips When Separating from Your Spouse

If you didn’t see my first 5 tips when separating, jump back .  That earlier post on separating dealt with the emotional side.  This one is more about the practical side when separating.    This post contains affiliate links. I will earn a commission at no additional charge to you if you make a purchase using Read More

Newly Separated from Your Spouse? Do These 5 Things Right Away

Being recently separated from your spouse isn’t easy.  But it doesn’t have to be the end of the world.  In fact, it’s just the beginning.  Sometimes that means a focus for a recommitting to a stronger, happier marriage, sometimes it brings a brand new life without your spouse.  Either way, these tips truly will be Read More

Date Night Planning Checklist Printable

Welcome to Day 14 of 30 Days of Printables.  Yesterday’s new printable was a Party Guest List Tracker. If you didn’t already, you can get that HERE.  Along with the matching Party Planning Checklist from Day 11 and the Party Menu Plan from Day 12. Current subscribers can also find it in the Exclusive Resource Library. Not a subscriber yet?  Read More

Sexy Sticky Notes

I am super excited about the website The Dating Divas. If you haven’t checked them out, they are THE blog for marriage tips and fun activity products. They even have cool downloadable, printable packs to connect with your teens and younger kids too. I don’t get anything if you go to The Dating Diva site…I just love Read More

22 Sexy Texts to Send Your Husband

My husband and I have been together since the beginning of our senior year in high school. That’s 29 years in case you wanted to know.  😉 Here’s us back then going to the Senior Prom in 1989 We’ve had our ups and downs, and not just my hair   We definitely don’t have this Read More

One Reason I’m Glad I Was A Caregiver And One Reason I’d Never Do It Again

Caregiving is a tough job. Caregiving full-time, as in around the clock, is insanely hard. Doing it with a growing family and a marriage to nurture nearly broke me. There’s one reason I’m glad I was a caregiver and one reason I’d never do it again. Many of my 2016 posts were about caregiving. It Read More