Buying presents is a natural way of saying “thank you” and acknowledging people around you. But what if generosity is more than just giving gifts?
The problem with being right is that what you think is true is true – and whatever the other person says, is wrong. And this is why we argue on Christmas over food, the colour of Christmas decorations, and anything else.
Dates are fun. They stop us from getting too used to the everyday life and bring in moments that otherwise don’t happen. They can be different for every couple, but personally I divide them into three categories: coffee, bar, and restaurant dates. Which one is the right for you? Find out by reading more.
Andrej and I got engaged in July in New York and our relationship has been never been the same. In today’s video, we discuss what it takes to commit and what a commitment means to us. Whereas Andrej has a “maybe” to his commitments, I’m almost always a dead sure “yes” or “no”. And we have […]
Business trips are a part of our relationship. Andrej travels a lot during the year, usually 3-4 times, anywhere between 3-6 weeks. Many people have asked us how we make it work. How come that even when he’s 4 months of the year away, we are still in a relationship that makes us happy? Read more: #6 How […]
The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman is a book I recommend every couple to read. Andrej and I read it early in our relationship and it’s helped us to fill each other’s “love tank” – the special need that we require in order to feel loved from our partner. Sometimes in everyday life it’s a […]