Unplug to Recharge Your Relationship
Have you ever felt like you needed a break from social media or from your phone? Have you ever been distracted by your online notifications even while you were with your partner? We did! If you’re too plugged in to your phone, then unplugging can save your relationship!
3 Reasons to Make Room For Personal Space in Your Relationship
We typically organize our time so that the quality of connection is roughly equal to the quality of personal space. When this balance goes out of whack, it’s hard for us to bring our best selves to the relationship and to be honest, we get irritated! Why?
10 Little Things You Can Do To Make Big Changes In Your Relationship
Curious about the little things that we do, on a regular basis, to try to maintain and grow our relationship? Here's a list of the 10 little things that we feel have made the biggest, and most sustainable, impact on our relationship so far.
8 Reasons to Start Team Cooking
WE TEAM COOK AND WE LOVE IT! Each weekend, we review recipes, grocery shop, and team cook/meal prep for the entire week.
Team cooking this way may not be suitable for everyone’s lifestyle. That said, many people have been interested in our practice so here are 8 reasons why we feel it’s important for us and our relationship
Three Ways to Strengthen Your Relationship This New Year
Change is the only constant, so it’s a really good practice to check-in with each other on a regular basis to re-align. Don’t let habituation make your relationship stagnate or becoming a bad habit.
How to Express Gratitude & Appreciation During Conflicts
What we discovered is that the quick break from the argument and dose of happy hormones that came from reading what we appreciated about one another helped us remember that there is plenty of goodness in each other (even though we had been upset even a few seconds prior).
Adapting to Transition as a Couple
Even though we’ve been together for 5 years, we feel like our relationship is new because we’re constantly adapting to life’s transitions. Having to adapt to changes has been useful because it's led us to define and re-define our relationship and has kept us from stagnating.
Tea(m) Time: Help for Busy Relationships
Tea(m) time: like a checkpoint, or a “tune up” that Formula One race cars receive throughout a race. The purpose of this get-together is to carve out one or two hours a month or bi-weekly to intentionally discuss your relationship with your partner – as a team.
Relationship Zen Strategic Planning – Phase 2
Central to Relationship Zen is an active cycle of personal development and couple’s development. Therefore, Relationship Zen Strategic Planning involves the intentional, structured and uplifting process of analyzing our current situations as individuals and as a couple, envisioning a better future as two, and developing a personal and group plan.