first five years
Written by Laird CrumpThis month’s couple devotional is focused on the responsibilities of marriage and, in particular, the thriving marriage trait of community.
Written by Todd FoleyMy 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.
Written by Todd FoleyIt may seem ironic, but skipping out on regular physical activity may actually make you more tired in the long run (no pun intended). Numerous health institutions, such as the Public Health Agency of Canada, note that not doing enough physical activity lessens the flow of blood and oxygen to your brain and significantly lowers your heart rate, leaving you feeling worn out.
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