Here are the first seven projects that we are starting on Monday. Take a little time to plan for them today. (And don’t forget the Bonus Project – Sometime next week make sure you plan for some EXTRA special time with your man.)
30 Minutes Is All It Takes
Create Some Free Time When He Gets Home
Focus on your husband’s transitional 30 minutes today. Would he like to be left alone to rest and rejuvenate, or does he want some undivided attention from you? The point is to let your husband know you value what he does out in the world, and that he has a safe, loving place to come home to and get refreshed at the end of the day.
Back in the Day
Do Something He Enjoyed Before You Got Married
Initiate an activity that your husband used to love. Whether it’s his favorite hobby, sport, or pastime, it’s time for you to get involved. Be his buddy today.
You da’ Man
Spreading Great Gossip About Your Guy
Say something nice about your husband to someone else. Make sure you tell him what you said, and to whom.
Heart vs. Stomach
A Treat Just for Him
Get a food treat for your husband that he’s not required to share with you or any other family member.
Text or E-mail Some Sweet Nothings
Send a flirty text or e-mail to your husband.
A Little Hands-on Attention
Meeting Your Husband’s Physical (Touch) Needs
Do something to help your husband enjoy physical touch. Find something that will help him relax. New pillows, massage lotions, a back rub…your choice. Make it something that both of you will enjoy.
Looking Goooood for Your Man
Do one thing to look nice just for your guy. It can be clothing, hair, or makeup
She and her husband Roger are the parents of four young adults in San Jose, CA. When she’s not dating her husband or hanging out with her puggle Jake, Kathi is speaking at retreats, conferences and women’s events across the US.
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