3 reasons why goal setting can change your marriage.
Celebrate the goals you achieved last year and discover new ones to work on together. If you didn't meet your goals for 2019, put a different strategy into action that will bring you closer accomplishing them.
Marriage goal setting tip: Do some personal reflection before you and your spouse actually begin setting goals together. By discussing your personal reflections first, you'll have a better understanding of what your relationship needs and what kind of goals you should both work towards.
Set short-term and long-term goals for your relationship. Goals are not just meant for finances but can be used to build up one of the greatest relationships you'll ever have!
Before falling asleep, express appreciation for your spouse or for something your spouse did or said.
Prayer should not be considered the last resort to save a marriage. It is a way to fortify your marriage against mistrust, temptations, and other challenges. Read my article 9 Ways to Protect Your Marriage.
Don't let your marriage take a backseat while you raise your kids. You'll end up with an empty nest and hollow marriage.
Show interest in your spouse's hobbies. You can listen while they talk about their adventures/challenges, purchase something you know they need for their hobby, or become involved with the hobby every now and then. Have a great week!
Make goals and set clear objectives in place that will allow you to accomplishing those goals. Goals are long-term achievements so work on making them happen together. Have a fabulous week!
It's so easy to zero in on what your spouse is NOT doing in your marriage. Instead, take a look at what they ARE doing even if it is something small. Think positively this week!