Project Romance: 5 Secrets to Having It All
These 5 love-saving tips will light up your romance and help you find more balance.
“Having it all” can be a pretty tall order to fill — loving marriage, fulfilling career, stylish home, well-behaved children, flat abs, homemade dinners. Yes, comparing real life to the perfect pictures on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook can be incredibly discouraging, especially when your kids are running rampant and dinner is plain-jane grilled cheese. Again.
Fortunately, the secret to balancing all of these important aspects of your life is knowing when to step back and invest in romance. Romance is often the first aspect to get sacrificed, but if you can keep the romance alive then smiling through life’s annoyances and balancing work with soccer practice will feel a whole lot easier.
Psychology Today claims that happy couples have 20 positive daily interactions for every negative one. Intrigued? Follow these five tips to carve out a little more time for romance and watch as your life’s balance melts into place:
This is what I need to read! I’m experiencing emotional stress at the moment *sigh*
I’d like to add: develop small and consistent habits with your partner 😉
yeah, like doing chores together or cooking dinner at home. it creates bonding time and at the same time having fun.
Great point! Thanks for the extra tips, guys! ❤
Time management is an important element — it’s important to make time for small luxuries.
Very helpful! Sometimes it’s hard to maintain connection amid intense schedules!
Totally. I find it very hard to hard to handle multiple desires — career success and relationships!
When I’m with my special someone, I make sure work doesn’t distract my attention.
Thanks for the tips. I most of the time struggle juggling career, ambition and relationship…
My boyfriend and I make it a habit to schedule a date night every Thursday (and it CAN’T BE RESCHEDULED). This way, we find quality time together to look forward to…
That’s a great idea. 🙂
It’s very important to create regular time to spend together.
Roe Elizabeth Merry
My parent’s and his are very supportive of what we are doing. They know that we also need some time alone together so they are supportive whenever we let our children sleep with them.