It seems that everyone blogs these days, except for me. Well… today that changes. The tipping point from hate to love in my sordid relationship with blogging was the result of one elevator ride. In this elevator I made what I like to call a 15 second friend, and that friend was Kalyn of Kalyn's Kitchen. In our short time together, I found out that she was a teacher who liked to cook, but ultimately "didn't know what she was doing" when it came to blogging. She was going to retire soon, and start writing about food full time.
It's no secret that when a married couple has kids, soon their world revolves around the kids, and the relationship they once had starts to deteriorate. Less and less time is spent focusing on the person that helped you become a family in the first place. Below are seven suggestions that may keep you and your spouse from becoming strangers.