February 13, 2017
2 Tips to Reconnect with Your Love
Posted by: lisa menz
I got some more great tips on Love and Relationships from Lisa Caroselli, Attraction Love Coach. This is part 2 of our interview.
We talked about keeping romance alive by having fun, positive memorable experiences, trying new things and even maintaining interest in yourself.
But, for most people, life is just so darned busy! How do you make time for your special someone?
First, find 1 thing to implement for a month. When do you have people around that can watch your kids? Or it could even be getting up a half hour earlier to have breakfast alone.
You need some time to just have fun with no agenda. No agenda means not talking about day to day stuff or the kids.
Spending time together doesn’t have to be complicated. It can be just holding hands on the couch or taking a walk around the block before work. The point is to maintain that connection with each other. When you come home give a kiss and eye contact.
What is a tip for maintaining a strong relationship?
Travel in general can be helpful. A bed & breakfast getaway is ideal for many reasons. The Fox and Hound has an intimate atmosphere that is conducive to relaxing, talking and getting to know people. When you travel you meet new people, chatting and socializing with others as a couple, you may learn something new about your partner by spending time with others. The more you learn about each other, the more you fall in love.
Also with a B & B getaway ,there is less time travelling and more time connecting with each other.
A romantic escape to a beautiful bed & breakfast like the Fox and Hound B & B of New Hope allows couples to create those lasting good memories of having fun together. The fun makes a relationship strong now and the connection and good memories you created strengthens the relationship into the future.
Relax, Romance, Reconnect at Fox and Hound B&B this month. Click here to book your room.
Your room always includes a hot gourmet breakfast in our charming breakfast room in the historic manor.