Marriage Staff Meeting: Rev Up Your Relationship

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Has the romance gone out of your marriage? During your next marriage staff meeting – a time when just the two of you are sitting down for quiet conversation – make a plan for how to rev up your relationship.

Has the romance gone out of your marriage? During your next marriage staff meeting – a time when just the two of you are sitting down for quiet conversation – make a plan for how to rev up your relationship. Try one or more of these:

  • Write the story of how you met.
  • List your spouse's best qualities in alphabetical order.
  • Tour a museum or an art gallery.
  • Notice the little changes your spouse makes in his/her appearance.
  • Float on a raft together.
  • Take a stroll around the block - and hold hands as you walk.
  • Stock the cupboards with food your spouse loves to eat.
  • Give your spouse a back rub.
  • Rent a classic love-story video and watch it while cuddling.
  • Build a fire in the fireplace; turn out the lights and talk.
  • Take a horse-drawn carriage ride.
  • Go swimming at night.
  • Write a poem for your spouse.
  • Stop in the middle of your busy day and talk to your spouse for 15 minutes.
  • Create your own special holiday.
  • Watch the sunset together.
  • Picnic by a pond.
  • Serve breakfast in bed.
  • Brush his/her hair.
  • Reminisce about your first date.
  • Plant a tree together in honor of your marriage.

Changing up the routine, doing something new and prioritizing romance will refresh any relationship. So get busy. Your relationship needs you!

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