364: VACATION EXPECTATIONS

“In life it’s not where you go, it’s who you travel with.”
—Charlie Schultz

There are times when your vacations don’t always go as planned.

You have your expectations for everything. From how relaxing it’s going to be to how often the two of you are going to have sex.

You think about the adventures you are going to go on, the shows you will see, the relaxing you are going to do and the money you will spend during your trip.

And then, you have instances like we have had on our last couple of vacations where we have discussed the sex part but no expectations about anything else.

When you go on vacation with expectations that you don’t share with your spouses or you don’t have a plan for high stress situations on vacation then the wheels can fall off of a good vacation.

Been there, done that!

You find yourself remembering the drama instead of the good times. That’s not why you go on vacation.

You’re not looking for more drama, you want to have an amazing time with your spouse and enjoy this time together.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about communicating to each other those vacation expectations you have so you experience the best travel possible.

Our Vacation Planner

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