Sunday, December 6, 2009

Bring Back Romance on Your Vacation

Love begins intensely when you’re young and they say it will not stay that deep when you get old and married for several years. That’s not applicable to all as some retains the romance in their relationship. What’s the secret? It’s not magic but a lot of caring and understanding. It’s hard to understand everything but a little effort to do it counts a lot. You see when you understand the feelings of your loved ones you tend to accept the little imperfections of each other and always have room for forgiveness.

My former lady boss has an advice for me and my other co-employees who were also newly married then. She advised us that romance in a relationship stays when you think of each other as when you were just dating each other and that even couples were married for several years they should make an effort to let their partner know how much they love each other. They should do this by spending their time with each other once in a week or in a month having dinner or go somewhere where they can spend vacation just for the two of them.

Couples tend to spend all their time at work and with kids that they don’t have quality hours to talk, share ideas or just simply enjoy time with each other. Well if you really want to stay as long as your golden anniversary or even longer than that you should try to plan a yearly vacation for two in one of your favorite places or if you want a real good relaxing place you can go to a romantic vacation riviera maya where you can surely bring back romance in your relationship. Well why not if you’ll spend a week or two with each other on a lovely white-sand beach vacation house with luxurious accommodations, good entertainment, fine dining experience, spa treatments and more. That’s definitely a romantic vacation!


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Work-At-Home Mom who quit years of corporate life to take care three kids full time. Fond of cooking, reading books and determined to master housekeeping. Created this blog to share about career, job, human resource, hobbies, sports and travel

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