Sometimes we really need to be reminded that we are loved by our spouse. Whether it’s because we had a bad day, or because we need a “feel good” moment. But think about the little things that someone might do to make you feel good. These are the ones I’ve done personally:
1.) Leave a love letter for your lover–
Whether it’s on the bed, or on the fridge, or even by the kitchen sink or in the car, leave your spouse a letter reminding them that you love them. Tell them why you appreciate them and wish them a good day.
“You’re going to be a completely different person by 25”
“You’re just a child, honey”
“You’ll fall out of love”
These were just a few of the terrifying and mean things that I was told before I got married. My husband and I got married when I was barely 19 and he was 22. I felt like almost no one was supportive of us getting married young, except for my parents of course.
He did the right thing, he asked my parents for my hand in marriage and later that night surprised me with a beautiful big fat ring!
I was SO excited when my husband and I were moving into our first apartment together. It was going to be my first apartment and there were all these nitpick things I wanted to come with it. I was so excited that I went out and bought plates, a broom, and a few other things. BUT, I was too excited to really look into things I needed to know, and needed to have.
So before you decide to move into your first apartment, there are some things you are going to want to look at and make sure are good to go. You always want to make sure you are moving into a place that has no safe hazards, and is in good condition no matter what your budget is!
Here are a few things to check out when doing a tour of the apartment unit you will be moving into:
As soon as you walk in through the door these are a few things you should look at and ask questions about if anything is wrong: LOCKS ON THE DOOR
Are the locks on the door safe? Does the door close all the way and open safely? If not, make sure you ask the landlord to fix this before you move in. It can be a safety hazard.
My husband absolutely loves it when I make my homemade meatballs. It’s definitely one of those comfort foods that just make you feel better after a long day of work. Also, they taste a thousand times better than those bagged/frozen ones ;). After some experimenting, and a bit mashing up recipes, I found the perfect one to fit my little family. And ALL my friends love it.
Everyone seems to always talk about paying off debt… AFTER they’ve paid it off. But they never talk about it during the process of paying it off. They want you to know how successful they’ve been and blah blah blah and how you can do it too!
Well, I’m going to tell you about debt WHILE I’m actually paying it off.
First of all, the struggle can be, and IS real. There are so many times that I just want to give up and say screw it! It’s not really like Dave Ramsey says. That whole once you build momentum there’s no stopping you or whatever it is he says is bull crap. There’s a lot of things that can stop you along the way. I don’t know if I’m just a normal human being or what, but sometimes things happen. Like a car breaks down. Or you need to take an emergency flight. Or something happens and you have to move (haha military life right?). There are SO many factors when paying off debt.