The power of thought – my great discovery!

As a young married couple we spend quite a lot of time talking about future plans. A lot of things are unstable and we are not sure where the next 5 years of our marriage will take us. For this reason we both feel a need to set goals. But at the same time, and for the same reason, goal setting is proving a little hard, as we have little feeling of anything this early in our marriage.

The last few days I’ve been reading this book. Many of you probably already know about it. (more…)

When great expectations come true

Marriage is something most little girls (maybe even boys) give a great deal of thought to, growing up. Personally, as a little girl I imagined myself and my future husband when watching romantic Disney movies. I’d draw pictures and play house with my Barbie dolls seeing with my inner eye the pink pink PINK future I had ahead. When I became a teenager that fairytale picture for real became a pattern after which I measured boys around me, taking note to what kind of husband I was looking for. – The song “Gaston” from Beauty and the Beast just started playing on my Spotify playlist…. Coincidence? – With time I grew tired of measuring and eagerly looked forward to the day when I had found him and my life could finally settled down. When I then found the guy, and especially after he asked me to marry him, my mere excitement was coupled with insatiable impatience to finally be wed.

A popular question after the wedding has been “How’s being married?”. Well it so happens that I’ve been thinking about it a bit lately so I’ll sketch it out for you in this post. (more…)