Your 2014 Calendar

December 30, 2013

in the generous life

If you don’t have a 2014 calendar, I encourage you to purchase one (or perhaps you and your husband share a Google calendar online?). Mark all the holidays and days that are special. Also use it as a way of keeping track of obligations, dates, appointments, gatherings and what not.

Staying on the same page when it comes to activities can take a lot of friction out of your marriage relationship. A weekend talk about the coming week is also a great idea.

When you’re prepared, you’re more confident. When you have a strategy, you’re more comfortable.  Fred Couples

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Storyline: The Single Most Powerful Question You Can Ask Just to get you started on a little dreamin’.

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The XY Code: Does His Driving Scare You? Communicating need without insulting his masculinity.

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Online fundraising for Year-End 2013If you and your husband are thinking about any year end giving, please consider giving to our support. Thanks so much to those who have already given! (Donations are tax deductible for US folks.)

You may also give by Paypal, JustGive, or check/money order.

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