How to Transition your Relationship into Parenthood [Guest Post]
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How to Transition your Relationship into Parenthood [Guest Post]

Relationship after baby: My Advice for Parents-to-be First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage! Isn’t that how the nursery rhyme goes? You spend months getting ready for baby, you read tons of books and join all kinds of groups to help you prepare to bring baby home with one goal in mind....keep the tiny human alive! But what about your relationship? Have you…

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5 Things I Do to Keep my Marriage HOT
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5 Things I Do to Keep my Marriage HOT

Five Things I Do Everyday to Keep my Marriage Sizzling HOT [Guest Post] 1. Wake up and think positive thoughts. You will always find what you are looking for, so if you are looking for positive aspects of your spouse or relationship, you will find proof of them throughout the day. For the past 18 years, I’ve started everyday with snuggles. Either my husband rolls over and snuggles me or…

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Blogmas day 11: Stop your spouse snoring?

We're snorers. My husband and I. He never used to be. He used to have the gentlest once-in-a-blue-moon snore. I wouldn't even call it a snore really. Shortly after Baby E was born and he was doing bi-weekly weekend trips home from Germany, he started to snore. Now these are proper snores. Real, guttural, hopelessly tired kind of snores. I've been a snorer since university. I think. At least it…

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Why are divorce rates rising?
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Why are divorce rates rising?

How true is it that divorce rates worldwide really are rising? I don't know but studies show it to be true. Research has found that the more highly educated a woman is, the less likely she is to end up divorced. I wouldn’t have guessed that. I would have thought it would be the reverse. I would also have thought that education has no bearing on the likelihood of a…

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