5 simple ways for married adult couples to put away childish things
You’ve heard the saying: “boys will be boys.” Parents will often say: “kids will always be kids” and that’s true. We can’t expect kids to behave like adults, can we?
However, when the kids grow up and become teens, we then expect them to behave like teens. When they become adults (whenever that is, these day) we expect them to become adults.
Are you with me?
Never try to build a house without first laying a foundation. The same principle applies to your marriage and your family.
Let me explain. I don’t care how eager you are to get your new home finished, how excited you are about filling it with furniture and decorating it all just right – take time to put down a solid foundation first - hopefully, according to the blueprint.
If you don’t, that house will be so unstable, it will soon come tumbling down.
Privileges of a thriving marriage
Nobody likes rules. Let me say this another way. Nobody likes to be told what to do.
Furthermore, nobody wants to be following a set of rules feeling like they have to live life a certain way.
Do you agree?
Can you believe it’s the end of 2016 and 2017 is about to begin?
It’s been a great year. From growing kids, to enlarging our territory of influence; from happy moments to challenging times. Everything happened this year. Well, almost everything.
Now we look forward to a New Year. For us at The reBranded Life we’re expecting more changes, more growth and more of God in our lives. We have a vision, plans and ideas for your marriage, your family and your life that will generate a greater impact around the world.
I am excited to share with you, my readers, my tribe, and my friends reBranded lessons and experiences that will take us all to a greater place of advancement this year and the years to come.
3 practical ways to fulfill your marriage and your family’s destiny - Phelps way
Is your marriage in a slippery slope? Is your family getting anywhere? Are you winning in life?
I want to share with you some amazing ways you can improve your marriage and your family’s future, that I learned from Michael Phelps as I got to know more about him during the 2016 Olympics.