Thursday, February 18, 2010

Marriage enrichment blogs

I talk often about the many blogs I read daily -- ranging from blogs about Austin, marriage, fashion, home life, volunteerism, living, event planning, faith, blogging and my friend's blogs.  That's actually exactly how they're categorized in my Google Reader.  Now, I don't think everyone needs to go out and read the plethora of blogs that I do.  I read so many because I enjoy the tidbits of helpful information so many of them share.  I have a hard time sitting down and reading a book cover to cover as I always get distracted and start thinking about what else I could be doing with my time.  Therefore, the short, get-to-the-point blogs work for me.  Thank goodness for Google Reader, too!  I just have to go to the one portal to receive all of the information from one site instead of having to visit each and every blog.  The reader highlights all new posts, so you can quickly find them.

What I want to feature this morning are the marriage enrichment blogs I find inspiring.  Some of them are faith-based while others come from a general point of view:
  • Dr. Michelle Gannon.  Psychologist specializing in relationships, wellness and women issues.
  • Engaged Marriage.  From marriage preparation to an awesome family life, Engaged Marriage provides candid marriage advice to help today’s active couples achieve the extraordinarin their lives.
  • For Your Marriage.  Daily marriage tips (a few sentences).  An initiative of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
  • The Generous Wife.  Short daily tips on becoming a more generous wife.
  • Golden Wives Club.  Points on the style, grace and poise of a wife from a Christian perspective
  • Life Gems.  Encouraging and strengthening marriage and families.
  • The Marry Blogger.  Christian perspective, talking about real life issues like sex, communication, money and kids.
  • Project M.  Musings on love, marriage and the madness that ensues.
  • She Just Got Married.  The journey of married life as a newlywed.
  • Simple Marriage.  Aimed at individuals involved in a committed relationship who wish to experience more passion and adventure in life and relationships.
  • Zen Family Habits.  Living simply with presence of mind. Cultivating healthy, meaningful, relationships with loved ones.
Check one or more of them out!

April 2008, my 27th birthday


  1. Hey Jen!

    Thanks so much for the mention - and for the link love!! I appreciate it so much. I am looking forward to getting to know your blog a bit!!



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