Project Happily Ever After


Alisa started Project Happily Ever After when she realized that her marriage was less than ideal. In fact, it had digressed so far that she found herself regularly fantasizing about planning her husband's funeral. Driven to rediscover the love that had once existed in her marriage, she began researching and reading everything she could find about marital counseling. The result? She and her husband fell completely and passionately in love again…and she wrote a book…and started this blog, to the benefit of others who found themselves in the same situation.

Rocking Chair
by Mrs. Buv almost 3 years ago
First Swim
by Mrs. Buv almost 3 years ago

The Couples Spot


The Couples Spot is committed to teaching couples how to learn, love, and grow together. Whether it's love-making, romantic gestures, or simply listening a little closer, the Couples Spot will help make your relationships stronger and healthier.

Get Angry Granny you A-Holes
by noreply@blogger.com (Rob and Janelle Alex) over 2 years ago
Huna For Your Relationship
by noreply@blogger.com (Rob and Janelle Alex) over 2 years ago

Happily Married After


Visit this blog not only to learn how to make your marriage last, but also how to remain happy while doing it. Happily Married After is for people who are committed to making their marriages work and enjoying each mile of the journey. Browse the blog to learn how to keep the flame flickering in your marriage.

The Dating Divas


The Dating Divas are comprised of eleven women who are also wives, mothers, sisters, and friends who strive to enrich marriages everywhere. A major focus of the blog is to strengthen marriages by implementing (or re-implementing dating). The Dating Divas provide creative, inexpensive, and innovative dating ideas that will bring joy, fun, and excitement into your relationship.

Spouse Speed Dating
by Megan over 2 years ago
March 2016 Love Calendar
by Michelle over 2 years ago

She Just Got Married


She Just Got Married is a blog for newlyweds that is geared more so for women. The blog will show you how to love your husband while loving yourself in the process. The marriage advice offered on this blog is practical and dedicated to promoting longevity in your relationship.

Marriage Confessions


This blog is all about love, marriage, happiness, and family. The blog's writer, Katie, doesn't claim to be a marriage expert, but she vows she share every step of her journey so that she and all of her blog's visitors can learn, love, and grow together.

That’s All, Folks
by Katie about 3 years ago
Why I’m Jealous of Old People
by Katie about 3 years ago

The Married Couple


The Married Couple documents the classic love story of Sam and Hal, who met, fell in love, and got married. Posts on the blog reveal how these two lovers keep the romance in their marriage and discover a new love for each other everyday.

Christmas 2015 and Charlottesville
by noreply@blogger.com (Sam M) over 2 years ago
2015 year in review
by noreply@blogger.com (Sam M) over 2 years ago

Newlyweds Next Door


Newlyweds Next Door is about a young couple that is madly in love and are enjoying watching their love grow and mature. The blog covers a range of topics, including daily life as a married woman and divorce rates and other trends amongst newlywed couples.

Lucky In Love


Lucky in Love chronicles the life of a newlywed young woman in her twenties as she navigates a new life with the love of her life and creates a beautiful new family. Most posts are about the adventures of the blogger and her husband, and the love that they share.

Living Our Love Song


This blog documents an amazing story of love, loss, and hope. Kendra and Ryan started dating after high school, got married, brought a house, and welcomed a beautiful baby girl into the world. Five months later, they lost their love and precious baby girl. This blog reminisces on the love they had for their baby and inspires its viewers with the love they have for each other and celebrating the life of their baby.

Dear 10 years ago me.
by noreply@blogger.com (Ryan.Kendra.Makenzie.Tracker) over 2 years ago
Not being enough.
by noreply@blogger.com (Ryan.Kendra.Makenzie.Tracker) over 2 years ago

Simple Marriage


This guy has both experience and education to back him up: he is a husband (married 17+ years!), father, author, speaker, and a Marriage and Therapist with a Ph.D. in Family Therapy. He believes that marriage is a choice and strives to keep his advice simple and applicable, helping people become better human beings so that they can become better marriage partners.

The Proper Use Of The Tongue
by Corey over 2 years ago
The Inca Trail and Marriage
by Corey over 2 years ago

Uplifting Love


This blog is about real love, lasting love, which brings peace, happiness, satisfaction, and unparalleled joy. It lifts the human soul to heights never before imagined and inspires us to greatness. Love is the most powerful force in existence. It is what powers the universe itself. This type of love is uplifting love. The trick is learning how to tap into this kind of love and then invest the effort required to obtain it. That is our purpose. To motivate you and your spouse to develop uplifting love and provide ideas and resources to help you on your journey.

Falling in Love is Hard Work
by Tyson Cooper over 4 years ago
The Ever Dreaded Romance
by Cami Claire over 4 years ago

Oh, the Places You'll Go


Just my every day life as a fiancee soon to be wife of an army man. Living long distance including the 5 months after we will be married. Dealing with the challenges of living life apart before living life apart through deployments even begin.

Crossing Spain


Personal blogger writing about love and family, relationship breakdowns, health, wry observations, design and crossing Spain on foot in 2015.

From the Mountain
by Crossing Spain over 4 years ago

Romantic Marriage


Exploring married life, with an emphasis on what romance really means, what it takes to create it, to keep it alive, and to rediscover it after a difficult time.

Still a Match?
by Rosemary West over 2 years ago
That's What I Had In Mind...
by Rosemary West over 2 years ago

Relationship Advice: How To Save A Marriage


Marriage Relationship 4ever is a blog about marriage and relationship tips. We share about how to save a marriage and discuss relationship questions & marriage problems.

The Microwave Girl


Perhaps some of you are wondering why I’ve chosen to call myself the microwave girl. The answer is simple…. THAT’S WHO I AM!! I am she! She is me! I’m impatient, intolerant and somewhat uncompromising! I want what I want when I want it – quick, fast and in a hurry!! The problem with that is the product is usually mediocre; thus my reason for ending up in so many garbage relationships…… but we’ll talk about that later. After some much needed reflection and resolve, I’ve discovered that my microwave mindset is hindering me from becoming the person God has destined me to be. Now, I know you’re expecting me to say that I’ve changed my ways. You’re waiting for me to say that my patience has grown by leaps and bounds and I’m more tolerant today than I’ve ever been in my life! That is farthest from the truth. Like you, I’m a work in progress and the struggle to trust the process is a very real one. However, what I’ve learned on my journey to break free of the microwave mindset is that when God says He can do exceedingly and abundantly above all we can ask or think, He means it! We may not always understand why He has us in waiting, but we can rest in the assurance that He always has our best interest at heart. We can relax knowing that God is in control of every situation. Things will start to happen when He knows the time is right. My blog will take you on a journey of self-awareness and I’ll serve as your personal tour guide while sharing my personal I want it now struggles. My prayer is that I can help you rid yourself of that microwave mindset in exchange for one of irrefutable trust in God’s timing.