25 New Year’s Resolutions for Married Couples to improve your relationship & marriage in the new year!
I can’t believe that Christmas is only a few days away & that next week we will already be in a new year!!
This next year is going to be a very exciting one for us because it will hold a lot of changes for our little family of two. In 2016 Roger will be graduating from dental school, getting a job, & we will be moving & starting a whole new stage in our life. So exciting!!
So with all of these changes happening I thought I would share a list of 25 New Year’s Resolutions for Married Couples that Roger & I can start the year with so that as these changes begin our relationship will be stronger than ever!
- Pray more.
- Don’t go to sleep angry or upset.
- Communicate thoroughly.
- Read a book series together.
- Eat more meals together.
- Have special date nights.
- Make an extra effort once a week to do something special in your spouses love language.
- Spend less time in front of your TV & more time doing something you both love that encourages bonding & creates memories.
- Cultivate a new hobby together.
- Start saving money for your dream vacation.
- Give more to your favorite charity.
- Give up one of your spouses pet peeves about you. Or let go of one of your pet peeves about your spouse.
- Grow your individual relationship with Christ. When growing your individual relationship with Christ your marriage with naturally grow richer & stronger.
- Say two positive things to your spouse before saying any constructive criticism.
- Create a bucket list for your marriage & mark at least one thing off the list each year of your marriage.
- Start exercising together 30 minutes a day.
- Memorize Bible verses together.
- Snuggle for 10 minutes EVERY day, no excuses.
- Discuss your dreams at least once a month & how you can make them a reality together.
- Every anniversary (& half anniversary) read your vows to each other & recommit your love & devotion. Maybe even add something new when you enter a new stage of your life/marriage.
- Cook 2-3 meals/week together.
- Get involved in one of your spouses favorite activities or hobbies.
- Practice what you preach.
- Break bad habits together. Make a game out of it if need be, or have a special prize once you both break the habit.
- Only speak positively about your spouse to others, & respect the intimate parts of your relationship with your spouse by keeping them between the two of you.
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With love, G
LOVE SUFFERS LONG & IS KIND; LOVE DOES NOT ENVY;
LOVE DOES NOT PARADE ITSELF, IS NOT PUFFED UP;
DOES NOT BEHAVE RUDELY, DOES NOT SEEK ITS OWN, IS NOT PROVOKED, THINKS NO EVIL;
DOES NOT REJOICE IN INIQUITY, BUT REJOICES IN THE TRUTH;
BEARS ALL THINGS, BELIEVES ALL THINGS, HOPES ALL THINGS, ENDURES ALL THINGS.
LOVE NEVER FAILS.
1 CORINTHIANS 13:4-8
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