Weddedness.com is the resource we wish we'd had when we got married: a blog that takes an honest (and sometimes funny) look at what it takes to make a good marriage great, and keep a great marriage strong for the long run.
We're basically like the Huxtables, but without the crazy sweaters.
We draw from our experiences in 10 years of marriage and also take a look at research, books, and pop culture to find stuff and stories we like and you might too.
What is weddedness? It's the state of being post-honeymoon....more
This blog started as an outlet to discuss my wedding plans, so that I wouldn't bore everyone to death with my wedding thoughts. Now it is about the adventures we have as husband and wife and a way to maintain my motivation to exercise....more
This blog is intended to monitor the affect of governmental, political, and social affairs on civilians in Palestinian territory. Much of the news we hear reflects government and military operations but disregards the families and individuals dwelling in Gaza.
The only way I know to describe this blog is to say "Get real, folks!" There are so many of us who are deluded by the idea that we can have it all, do it all, be everything to everyone, and not have a nervous breakdown in the process. Well, I'm here to slap you around a bit and remind you about how things really work -- one week at a time! This blog is dedicated to addressing the many ways that we complicate our own lives, and steps we can take to make things a bit easier. It's not meant to be an indictment or an accusation -- because I used to be right there with you!...more
I blog about my life, my wife, my family.
I blog to make my readers smlie, laugh, think, or sometimes just have a cocktail.
On Friday's I post a tip-o-day. So after your done laughing and drinking you can learn something too.
(remember its not wise to use power tools while you are drinking - you may spill your drink, or even worse you may spill your drink onto your powertool. Then your left with a shorted out tool and nothing to drown your misery in)