one extraordinary marriage

Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo are marriage educators, speakers, podcasters, and the authors of 7 Days of Sex Challenge and Stripped Down: 13 Keys to Unlocking Intimacy in Your Marriage. They are the founders of ONE Extraordinary Marriage where they help time-crunched couples take action and enjoy the sex, love, and commitment they desire in their marriage. 

one extraordinary marriage has been my go-to for marital advice recently.

 tony & alisa have provided thirty ways to show your spouse you love them.
i am so excited for this list.
i hope during this valentine's day, you can really appreciate your significant other
& truly show them how much you love and appreciate them.
i couldn't help but smile as i read this list & sincerely appreciate them guest posting for me!

1. say it out loud.
2. write it on the bathroom mirror.
4. pack a card in their suitcase when they are traveling.
5. give them the last french fry, bite of ice cream, cookie, etc.
6. be waiting for them in the bedroom naked before bed.
7. give them a little love pat when walking by them.
8. tell others how wonderful they are.
9. give them a kiss somewhere besides their lips.
10. make their favorite dinner.
11. offer to watch the big game with them.
12. watch the chick-flick without complaining.
13. offer to watch the kids so he/she can go out with friends. 
14. wear that outfit you know they like so much.
15. make their lunch.
16. send flowers to the office or home.
17. wear sexy lingerie.
18. make love in the day time or in a different place.
19. make a list of all of the qualities that you appreciate.
20. plan a date night without asking the question, "what do you want to do?"
21. wear heels to bed.
22. take care of dinner without being asked.
23. wash the dishes/take out the garbage -
 do something he/she usually does, just because.
24. don't wear anything to bed.
26. tell them what their best physical feature is.
27. smile at them across the room when you are at a party.
28. leave your phone at home on date night.
29. take divorce out of your relationship vocabulary.

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