Category Archives: After Marriage

27 Apr

Top 5 Honeymoon Ideas in the US

Where to go on a honeymoon can be an easy choice for couples who only have a succinct list of destinations that they'd like to see. But for many, it's an overwhelming choice that can inspire fights and existential crises of epic proportions. Everywhere looks amazing, and if you choose one, you miss out on the rest! Theoretically you know that you'll have other trips ahead of you, but that may only go so far in making you feel better. Before your head explodes, look to these 5 destinations to go on Read more [...]
18 Jan

Things You Learn When Freshly Married and Settling into a New Home

Marriage is a big adjustment. For those who decided not to live together before getting hitched, it’s an even bigger change. For those couples who have lived together, the adjustments are still there, they just take on a different form. Depending on your living situation before hand, there are many new responsibilities that present themselves upon getting married and settling into a new home. Maybe you’re making the transition from only having to worry about yourself and pay a couple of bills, Read more [...]
28 Dec

3 Tips for Making Your Home Fit for A Family After Your Wedding

Now that your wedding planning days are over, it’s time to start thinking about how your new life with your spouse will be. For many, a family isn’t complete without a little one running around, making life both messy and beautiful. However, many couples don’t anticipate the shock to their lifestyle that a child can be. To help you and your spouse have a smooth transition between couple and family, here are three tips for making your home fit for a family before you even have children. Create Read more [...]
23 Dec

Planning Your Life After The Wedding

You fall in love and when it comes time you start making plans for a wedding. During that time it seems like all you think about is the wedding. Beyond that wedding date the future just doesn’t seem to matter. Then you are married, maybe you take a nice honeymoon, and after that it’s back to the real world. Back to figuring out what you are going to do now that you are a married couple. It’s time to move out of your individual apartments, it’s time to combine your checking accounts, and Read more [...]
23 Feb

Make Your Home A Great Place To Relax

After a long day at the office your home is a place where you want to feel inspired, free to be yourself and at peace. In a concise manner, your home should be a sanctuary for your mind, body and spirit. It should be far from a stress-filled atmosphere that usually includes deadlines, traffic jams and work. However, if your home is not the sanctuary that you were hoping for, you could do with some perking up around the house and your verandah. Below are several tips you can use to create a calming Read more [...]
09 Feb

Easy And Romantic Picnic Locations

Going on a picnic is a romantic staple. It's a classic and you can do it way easier than you might think. First though you need to shake off those preconceptions about flash wicker baskets, champagne on ice and a full set of bone china plates with hallmarked cutlery. All that is well and good, but for the more indie and less moneyed it's not exactly accessible, besides it's all a little contrived too. These location suggestions are about you being outdoors with someone you care about a letting time Read more [...]
07 Feb

Tips On Preparing Yourself For Childbirth

Having a baby is arguably the most significant thing that will ever occur in your life and that of your partner and it is understandable that you will feel a range of emotions, particularly as the date of your baby's birth approaches. You will hopefully, by now, feel excited and keen to meet your baby but you may also be feeling anxious, perhaps even a little afraid of what is to come, which is partly, of course, due to fear of the unknown. No one knows what will happen during labor because it is Read more [...]
06 Feb

Friendship Detoxification: Couples Counselling with a Difference

You’ve been friends with someone for years, but of late you let her calls go to voice mail and you invent stories to avoid going out with her. Some people are fortunate; they don’t know what this is like. But for other people it rings only too true. There might be many reasons you don’t want to see or hear from your friend, but one of the most distressing is because she has simply become too toxic for you to tolerate. Toxic friendships are starting to get the same kind of recognition that Read more [...]
04 Feb

Emigration Or A Local Move – Don’t Leave Anything Behind

Making the decision to emigrate is one of the biggest decisions in your life, but perhaps it really is now time to pack up and go. It doesn't have to be stressful when you emigrate, but it is likely to be a daunting experience, especially if you are emigrating as a family. You do not just have yourself and your own belongings to pack up; you have all your family's belongings to take as well. The larger the family, the more stuff you will need to send over to your destination. There is a lot to consider Read more [...]
24 Jan

Preserving Your Memories-4 Different Ways To Keep Your Memories Close

Your memories are some of the most beloved and cherished possessions that you have, and it’s very important that you preserve these memories so that you can always remember them throughout the years. There are plenty of different ways that you can preserve your memories, and the following are four great ideas. 1. Take pictures and videos. The easiest way to preserve your memories is to take plenty of pictures and videos throughout your life. Make sure to take pictures and videos with your family Read more [...]