What you’re eating may not be at the forefront of your mind when you’re dating new people. In fact, it’s probably not the first thing you think about when you go on a date. But, if you have food allergies, intolerances, follow a specific diet based on physician orders, avoid meat for moral reasons, etc., then food is something you have to take into consideration when you go out.
There are plenty of things that we do to keep our relationship healthy and progressing. Most of the stuff we do is kind of unconscious. Like we don’t really think about it. We just let our relationship grow and change. But, like everything, our relationship has taken effort and has required us to learn to love and express love in different ways.
If you weren’t already in the know from following us on Instagram, we’re now engaged! Evan proposed while we were in Washington, visiting family (kept it under 10 people). We’ll go into more detail on the proposal and everything else marriage-related in future posts. I would start a whole series on wedding planning and stuff, but with Covid going on, that probably won’t happen for another year at least. So, I’ll discuss the things that have already happened, like how we found my unique engagement ring.
It is literally impossible for two people to be exactly the same. So why should you expect your partner to be the same as you? You probably don’t, which is good. But you probably expect at least some similarities, otherwise you wouldn’t be in a relationship with them. Having shared visions and common ground are good, but your relationship can grow stronger if you work on embracing the differences in your relationship.
Motorcycles have been there since the very beginning of our relationship. They’re a consistent motif throughout our lives. We don’t really see a lot of biker couples in our age range, so thought we’d write a little bit about it.
If you’re someone like us who still tries to avoid people and play your part in reducing the spread, you’re probably not having date nights out. In addition, even if you’re not following all the protocol for coronavirus, many places are still closed, which makes going out on dates a little bit challenging. So, here’s some quarantine date ideas to keep your relationship fun while the world is falling apart this year.
Being able to spend time with the your significant other can be challenging at times. Whether you’re just getting to know each other and can’t seem to find the time to schedule in a date, or you’ve been married for years, but are constantly working, it’s not always easy to make time in any point of a relationship. But there are many different things you can do to give yourself more time to spend with your significant other.
Relationships on their own can be hard. Add in miles of distance between you and the going gets tougher. Our relationship went through a six month period of being a long distance relationship. In addition to the challenges of long distance on its own, we had the difficulties that come with military deployment. So, here’s our advice and things that helped us make it through long distance.
The introvert extrovert relationship is an interesting one. If you meet us in person, it will be blatantly obvious to you that we have vastly different personalities. Evan is extremely extroverted, while I am pretty dang introverted. Online it seems like the opposite because I do the writing and social media, but Evan avoids having his photos posted. In writing this, I ended up down the rabbit hole of scholarly research on introverts and extroverts. There’s so many studies on a range of topics, like “Extroverts tweet differently” and “Are introverts smarter than extroverts?” While there is so much information out there about introverts and extroverts, I’m just going to discuss the close interpersonal introvert extrovert relationship. But first, let’s distinguish the difference between extroverts and introverts. There’s also ambiverts, who are in the middle, but I’m not going to focus on them in this post. So, when you picture…