Unplug to Reconnect!

Newlywed  WalksNow that you’re settling into the newlywed life, do you ever feel like you don’t have time to talk or connect with your spouse the way you did before you said “I do”?  Balancing jobs,  a new marriage, family obligations and all the other joys of life can make for a grueling schedule.  My suggestion to you?  Take an evening or weekend and unplug so you can reconnect. Turn off your phones & computers and sign off of all your online vices (from Facebook to shopping).  Having uninterrupted time together is precious.

So you’re unplugged and staring at each other…now what?  Take a walk through your neighborhood or a park and hold hands.  You can talk, or not.  Just being together is a good thing!  Do activities that you love to do, but never have time for.  Restaurant hop and have an appetizer at a few places, discover a museum or get a couples massage. Another option is to tackle a project that has been on your joint to-do list forever.  Need to paint the kitchen?  Go pick out paint colors and roll up your sleeves.  Completing a task together is rewarding and has been shown to strengthen relationship bonds.

As your unplugged time draws to a close, talk about what you liked about uninterrupted time together.  Did you both de-stress?  Learn something you didn’t know about your spouse?  Have mind-blowing sex?  You may realize that the time you spent together makes it easier for you to handle your spouse’s or your own work travel.  Whatever the positive outcomes were, make plans to unplug on a regular basis!

What do you do to unplug with your spouse?  Have you seen it benefit you relationship and marriage?  We’d love to hear about it in a comment!

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