What would your marriage look like if for 21 days you turned your attention to happy habits that will improve your relationship? On this latest edition of Connecting Faith, we welcome back Kathi Lipp for practical & fun-filled ways to put love and laughter back into your marriage.
She talks about the book she co-authored with her husband Roger, . We discover timely advice for the New Year, and for the years to come with Kathi Lipp. Here’s where our conversation takes us:
When it comes to activating our new years’ resolutions, is February 1st the new January 1st?
If we can successfully combat clutter in our homes, it’s remarkable the difference it can make in other areas of our life. So how can we look at our spaces in a new way and make them work better for us?
In a discussion about happiness & about clutter, what’s at the root? What do we need to live fulfilled? Kathi says a “Just for now” attitude is the enemy of a peaceful space. Our own indecision can be a foundational problem of our clutter. Said another way, your real issue isn’t simply that you’re not organized. You need to get the heart of the problem to effectively deal with it.
So how can we start to address our clutter issues? Kathi advises beginning with a single drawer and investing 15 minutes at a time in the endeavor. We hear about the “Three boxes” organization technique.
There’s a lot of work to be done on the path to happy marriages. Kathi lays our her 21 days project. We need to be an example to our kids of what a great marriage looks like. These aren’t found on television any more. They need to see it lived out.
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