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Smart ways to keep your marriage romantic


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RomanceThe saying “romance begins in the kitchen” may seem odd to someone unmarried or to newlyweds; however, it makes sense to people who have been married for a while. In the beginning of a marriage, romance may mean flowers, candlelit dinners and lots of love making whenever the mood strikes. But, as time passes, romance takes on a different look. It more often looks like helping with dinner rather than going to dinner; planting flowers side by side in your home’s garden rather than bringing a dozen long stem red roses home; or lightening your spouse’s load a bit so he has the energy to have sex after a long day rather than stopping whatever you’re doing to have sex whenever you want.

Keeping the romance in a marriage has to do with spending time together, making sure you communicate often and showing your appreciation for your husband or wife. When these things happen, the feelings you had at the beginning of your relationship grow and the romance is kept alive.  
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Planning a romantic evening


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Romantic eveningThe key to making a romantic evening special is to keep it simple. If you are running around making the food or lighting some candles it takes away from the romance. Keeping it simple will allow you to be more mellow and less worried about what lies ahead. Follow some of the tips below to ensure a romantic night.

It is a good idea to try to have everything ready before the special someone is scheduled to arrive. Be ahead of yourself in case they arrive early. Many of the preparations can be done ahead of time and will make the actual set up time less. For instance, you can set out silverware, tablecloths, glasses, candles, and flowers ahead of time. These are less things that you will have to worry about minutes before the person arrives.

The dinner should be simple and easy to make. Start with a Caesar salad and fresh dinner rolls. Follow with a something like pasta. Pasta is good because you can prepare it ahead of time and mix noodles and sauce together and bake in oven. This will entail you to eat leisurely and not rush through the first course. Pasta will not overcook in the oven and generally tastes better because the sauce will cook into the pasta.

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For Your Valentine


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For your valentineIt’s that time of year when love is supposedly in the air. While some reach for air fresheners others are inhaling and wondering what to give to their one and only. Thinking a bit about it and asking numerous people on their opinions this is the list that anyone could appreciate.

For the Ladies from the Guys:

Flowers: Don’t just give her roses but her favorite flowers! Maybe even in a pot instead of plastic and rubber bands.

Candy: Valentine’s is like a second Halloween when it comes to candy..it might be what everyone is doing but it’s still traditional and semi-expected by most people.

Plush Toy: Give her something unexpectedly cute that she’ll remember only YOU by.

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Socializing as Newly-Weds


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Wife serving foodMeghna was very confused. Her husband had promised when they were engaged to each other, that after their wedding, most of the local population in the small town of J—— where he lived and worked would be inviting them to dinner. “You need not cook dinner for the first two months at least,” he had told her. “People will keep inviting us. And after that, you will have sufficient experience to call them back in batches.” When he saw the skeptical look on her face, he added, “I will also help you, of course.”

Meghna was satisfied. Going to J——-, where neither her parents or in-laws lived, and setting up home was quite a daunting prospect for the M. Sc. Life Sciences gold medalist. “Its great that I have such an understanding husband,” she thought to herself. “Its also wonderful that he has built up such a vast number of friends and goodwill in the town where he studied and began his career.”

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He, She and an evening of romance


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Candlelit dinnerRomance means different things to different people. The stereotyped image of romance is of course a bunch of red roses, a candlelit dinner and a sentimental card.

Some say a romantic evening is all about ambience, food and wine. You know time spent looking into each other’s eyes as the evening unfolds into a melody of soft romantic songs amidst glowing candles kissed by the feel of love and adoration all the way. Not to forget the champagne and dessert and you two looking splendidly turned out, almost straight out of a movie, so to speak.

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