No marriage is perfect. Marriage is work that usually comes with great rewards. I will be the first to admit that my husband and I don't always have the smoothest conversations. So when researchers suggested that a performance review could improve my marriage I was curious.
We all remember being in our 20's. Our biggest worry was paying our rent on time and not getting fired. Life was so wonderful and easy. If you feel like you might never be as happy as your were in your 20's there is good news. You'll find that happiness again ...
A wise man once told me..."happy wife, happy life". If this is true, you may want to read these seven tips we found from FemaleFirst on how to keep the lady in your life happy.
1. Cooking for her.
If you ask me, it truly is about the little things that make us happy on a daily basis. It has to be that way because, if you are anything like me, the big things only come around every 5 years or so.
Science is great! Even the happiest person can feel down in the dumps some days. So how do you get that little bit of a pick me up or mood booster when you are feeling low? Science says that positive passwords can improve your mood.
I know it sounds a little dramatic - like the tag line to a movie, but Facebook tried to mess with your emotions - but only proved that we can't be controlled! What they did is back in 2012 they monitored the feeds and posts of around 700,000 people and to half of them only showed positive posts from their friends and to the other half they only showed the negative posts and stories. Remember - th