101 questions to ask your spouse while on a date night at home or on a road trip together. These questions are fun for both newlyweds and those who have been with their spouse for 10+ years!
Roger and I have been together for what feels like forever.
Forever in a good way!
We started dating back in 2008 and were married in 2012.
Although our relationship is well over a decade old, we are still getting to know each other better every day and we know that there is always more that we can learn about each other in the coming days, weeks, years, and decades.
So together we came up with a list of 101 Questions to Ask Your Spouse to help us and you get to know your spouse even better.
And while this list may seem pretty long, it’s actually really fun!
Here is a mini sample of the 101 Questions to Ask Your Spouse Printable that you can find below:
- If you could live in one of the countries (or states) that you’ve traveled to which would it be?
- Would you rather save 1 person you know or 5 people you don’t know?
- What is your favorite memory with your childhood best friend?
- How much do you think you should save for retirement?
- If you could relive one year of your life which one would it be?
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101 Questions to Ask Your Spouse
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With love, Giusti
For if when we were enemies we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, having been reconciled, we shall be saved by His life.
Romans 5:10 NKJV