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Colossians 3:2
Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters,

Having a goal in life keeps you motivated! When you are thrilled about doing new things with your husband, you are more likely to be passionate about how you grow with your husband over time.

What offers you joy with your husband, and what do you feel is missing in your life with your husband right now? What would truly make the both of you happy going forward?

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Here are 5 questions to ask yourself if you are wondering how to bring more passion into your marriage:

What place would you most like to visit if you could go anywhere with your husband?

Is there a sport you've always wanted to try with your husband but were too afraid?

Do you and your husband want to take some classes in a subject that has always piqued your interest?

Have you and your husband ever wished to take on a challenge that would require the both of you to be disciplined in order to succeed? Join a running/walking club or enroll in kickboxing.

Do you and your husband want to try something creative that has always been outside of your comfort zone? It could be taking an art class.

A bucket list doesn’t have to include big things and can be as simple as planning a different type of vacation every 5 years or having a weekly cuisine night with your husband and friends where you take turns hosting the dinner party and preparing a unique menu.

Having goals or events planned keeps both of you young and on a learning curve!

Every day that the both of you are on this world, you are living your best life and improving it.

Accomplishments are actually highly satisfying!

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