Author: loveslegato

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You just got engaged and are super excited and cannot wait to send out your #savethedate cards, and go #weddingdressshopping or flash your rock (if you have around) to everyone who asked (or didn’t ask!) to see.

You are overwhelmed with all the “congratulations” and the endless unsolicited bits of advice you are now receiving. Did you know that unconsciously, some bits of advice being given to you are unconsciously setting your marriage up for failure? Find out which ones here.

Q&A: Long Distance Relationship – How To’s.
 

#quicktipTUESDAY

Love’s Legato

Many have asked (and continue to ask) what can you do when you’re apart and missing the other?

Well, we have some answers for you!

How We Found Ourselves in a Long Distance Relationship

As we mentioned before, Lawrence and I are definitely not in a long distance relationship (LDR) for fun -fyi!

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It’s the holidays and the season where people are getting married or hoping to be engaged come Christmas or New Years. Some might be lucky. Others, not so much. Therefore, whether your holidays are cheery or dreary, be mindful of how you speak to those who are single around you. As there are ‘5 Ways To Totally Annoy Singles’ this holiday time.

Its the holiday season where families gather around huge feasting tables with music and laughter and endless joy bouncing around. “Happy Thanksgiving” is being thrown around like confetti and “I’m thankful because…” reasons are being spoken out.

Yet, I’m alone, cold and lonely. Can you imagine that? To be married and lonely?

A few months ago I was not at this place.

A few months ago, I was right where I wanted to be: not here.

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