Day 27: A better life with my wife in 30-days – Reflect, reminisce and dream about the future

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 27: Reflect, reminisce and dream about the future. This Australia Day long weekend, take time out to reflect and reminisce about the good times in your relationship. Talk about the vacations and events that are embedded in your mind. What things are you keen to do again and recreate the magic?

    Now take 10 minutes to dream about the future. We often get bogged down in the current, reflecting on the future takes us away from the day-to-day and allows us to focus and to plan… And to get excited about the future.

    On a piece of paper, each of you draw your ideal home in 5 years time. Use coloured textas or crayons (if you have them). Draw what you want your life to be like in 5 years time. Include family, pets, material possessions, location, etc. Be creative and draw away. Then share with your partner.

Start today and make those incremental, small but significant changes to improving your life with your wife. Tune in for Day 28 tomorrow…

More tips at Intentional-Relationship.com

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