This past weekend, my husband and I celebrated our 18 year wedding anniversary.
We splurged on a Vegas hotel, we floated in the lazy river, had lovely dinners, watched movies, played a very sexy game (which I will tell you about next time), and just had an overall spectacular time.
Every time we get away together we are reminded of this very simple thing:
Create alone time in your marriage. It is essential. Yet this tends to be something that most often gets put on the back-burner.
I encourage you to move that back up to the top of your priority list.
Spending time alone together allows you a chance to reconnect, spice up, and revive your marriage.
Even if you are not able to get away, purposefully create moments of alone time at home.
It’s a must!
Need some ideas how to make this a priority, check out 4 Ways To Sneak In More Alone Time.
In the meantime, I’m finding myself a little sad to leave the Las Vegas sizzle behind. Getting back to reality is always a bit of a challenge.
But, I’m so grateful for the time we had.
One thing my husband have become good at over the years is creating time to be alone together. We are very intentional in that.
If you need to work on it, don’t fret. Most couples do. We did to!
But I encourage you, whether a date night or a weekend away, pull out the calendar, right now, and schedule it in.
Your marriage will thank you for it.