“You define what is important to you by who you spend your time with.” —Anonymous

When you were dating there was no shortage of things to do or ways that you wanted to spend your time together.

No matter where you were or what time of day it was you got creative.

You would pick up on the smallest comments and run with it, turning that comment into an incredible adventure you would do together.

And then…

You begin living together, jobs, bills, volunteering and kids take up time you once had together.

Date nights were the same every time and you both lost the excitement and anticipation of a fun time together.

It’s time for you to stop asking “What do you want to do?” when you are heading out on a date.

Your marriage needs connection.

As you plan out your dates this year:

  • It’s about spending time together building memories.
  • Learning what the other likes as interests change over time.
  • It’s about getting out of your comfort zone.
  • It’s about trying new things.
  • Put yourself in your spouse’s world.
  • Laugh.
  • Overcoming fear.

It’s time to build a vibrant marriage instead of tolerating a stale one.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about how to answer that timeless question of what do we do together.

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