No, it’s not what you think.
What I’m talking about is something to help you and your marriage. It’s not difficult to do and you don’t need to study to figure out how to do it. All you have to do is DO IT.
If I were to visit your home this afternoon and take a peek in your bedroom, what would I find? Would it be free from clutter? A place obviously set aside for the grown-ups in the house. Would it be free from toys? Work? Dust? Is the bed made? Is it inviting?
These are questions we often fail to ask ourselves because our bedrooms become too comfortable, but not necessarily relaxing.
Making Your Space Comfortable AND Relaxing
It’s Summer. The perfect time to work on putting things where they belong. Getting rid of the things that don’t and reclaiming your romantic space. This is your haven, your place of retreat. Why not take some time and make it something you’re proud of? With Pinterest there is no lack of ideas of how to do this on any budget. Once you get started you may be surprised at how easy it is.
The most difficult part of any task is getting started.
So why not start now? Give yourself a deadline by which you want to finish and then, plan a special treat for you and your spouse to celebrate your accomplishment.
Your marriage is worth it.
Take a minute and let me know if you’re up for the challenge. I’d love to see before and after pictures. Plus, it’s good to have some accountability to help you do what you’ve set out to do.
oh my … before and after pictures would be very interesting. Our room is a mess. It is large and i have many areas that need cleaning. It is a place to sleep. Not really a place for ‘peaceful’ thoughts. and yes I do need to dust.
Sharon, ok, take this as your challenge! I’m doing the same. 😊
Our room is always clean; however, the bed isn’t made. It is free of toys, though! LOL
Great to hear! It’s amazing what a difference making your bed each day makes. I just started doing it again and we’re loving it! 😊
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I think I need to work on this. Now. Thanks for the encouragement.
You’re welcome, Melinda. Enjoy your long weekend!