first five years
Cue eye-rolls and unenthusiastic groans. At least that’s how television parodies corporate team-building exercises, airing failed “trust falls” and distasteful “diversity days.”
Admittedly, these parodies can be side-splittingly funny, but the value of team building in the business world, and in your marriage, lasts long after the laughs fade. Rest assured, your participation – whether as a boisterous or blushing player – in these seemingly cheesy games reaps benefits for you and your team that are far better than cheddar!
Question: As newlyweds, what can my spouse and I do to ensure that our marriage will last a lifetime?
My wife and I returned from our honeymoon and were hit with the reality of living off of a single salary while she finished her degree. I assumed our budget would drive us to low-quality meals.
Thankfully, I was wrong.
We not only learned we could enjoy the food we love and create unique meals together in our tiny kitchen, but we also found cooking together to be a source of great joy in our marriage.