I am the kind of person who enjoys traveling alone, but having a husband along for the ride has been rewarding. We got to enjoy Valentine's Day in India, and I thought I would make a tribute to why traveling with your long-term partner is especially awesome.
Getting fit and eating healthy is one of the best things you can do to improve your relationship right now! You are in this together. You're doing this so you can feel sexy and healthy.
You have decided to listen to your heart and follow your dreams. Taking the path least followed is frightening, but it's also very rewarding. It wasn't easy making this huge decision and some days you may still second guess yourself. The real test comes when you must act and put your plan into gear. What will you do to reach your goals? Are you prepared to accept the unknown and throw caution to the wind?
Now that you’re married, and hopefully enjoyed a sunny sex filled honeymoon, it’s time to move on to the next phase of your life. That probably means buying a house, getting pregnant, and maybe getting a puppy. What are all these things worth to you? Are you doing it to make yourself happy or are you trying to meet the expectations others have set for you?
You spend your whole lives being told what the next step should be. You should go to college, get a job, and start looking for a serious relationship. You have to build a good career, make money, get married, buy a house, have kids…. this is what you’re supposed to do. But is it?
Traveling together is probably our favorite activity to do as a couple (besides the obvious). We know very well how vacations can be relaxing, romantic, and adventurous, but they can also be a serious test of your relationship. We have traveled the world together and are going to share a few tips and personal stories that have helped us get through some extremely stressful situations and become a better couple.
Our relationship has transformed many times since 2005 and so have our bank accounts. Like every couple we've had our arguments about money, but with constant open and frank discussions, and a solid budgeting plan we've been able to keep money a minor issue and become stronger both financially and as a couple. This is how you too can strengthen your relationship!