Day 6: A better life with my wife in 30-days – Switch off

At the end of the day, it’s the small stuff that sends a message about whom we care about most.

Over the next 30-Days, join me in a journey to becoming a more humble and caring husband, a husband that is fully engaged in his relationship. A husband who considers his wife and is aware of what he does and how that impacts his wife’s life. Working towards ensuring his wife knows she is important.

Learning to appreciate that incremental, small changes can make a difference, join me and take these small steps to improving your life with your wife. Start today and make changes that will last a lifetime.

    Day 6: Switch off. 6. Today’s task is very easy – Turn off the T.V. and other devices (i.e. your mobile phone) and spend time with your wife. No distractions. Turn off your mobile phone, switch off for at least 2 hours when you get home from work or when you have allocated time with your partner, this will really impress her. One very easy approach is to put your mobile phone (and hers) in a shoebox when you walk in the door. Inform your colleagues that you are unavailable during these times (i.e. Mealtimes or agreed allocated times or weekends) and let the calls go through to voicemail. Emails, same story, reply to them after the allocated time has finished.

    Not only have you made a statement to your wife that you cherish your time together but your time together will be quality time – no distractions, giving your wife your undivided attention… Interesting, reminds me if when I first meet my wife.

Start today and make those incremental, small but significant changes to improving your life with your wife. Tune in for Day 7, tomorrow…

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