How We Make This Work: The Goshas


The Romance Wednesday feature of the blog is evolving! I am excited to present a new series on marriage entitled, “How We Make This Work!”

With the How We Make This Work series, I’m giving  married couples a chance to give insight into how they work out common issues we all face on the other side of “I Do.” The goal is to show that despite what marriage may look like in the mainstream, there are many couples that are willing to put the work in to maintain happy, healthy relationships with their spouses!

Let’s meet The Goshas!

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Frank Ocean’s Accidental Message of How Anything is Possible

Frank Ocean

I was surfing the web the other night and came across the Tumblr page for Frank Ocean. He’s an up and coming songwriter in the music business (he wrote “I Miss You” on Beyonce’s new album). While scrolling through the site this post caught my eye. A fan asked him to write a letter to himself five years ago, explaining what his life is like now. His answer to the question, “Explain your current situation to your five-years-ago self,” intrigued me…

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Get Out and Live!: The Importance of Setting Goals

One of my favorite quotes is: Goals are dreams with deadlines. So true!

So far this year I’ve had a lot of time to think about what my life goals are. I’ve not wanted to lose the momentum and excitement that comes along with a new year…so I’ve been pushing myself and my friends toward setting new and greater goals for ourselves.

The other night I was going through some old files on my computer and came across my five year plan from a few years ago. I was absolutely floored when I read over the list and realized all of the things that I had actually done! *proudofmyself*

I’ve decided to share this with you as proof that those who write their goals down are more apt to achieve them

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Gratefulness is Flowing From My Heart

Today is Thanksgiving and boy do I have lots to give thanks for! So let me get right to it:

  • I’m thankful this day (and the other 364 days of the year) for…
  • A Savior named Jesus that shows me daily, the true meaning of unconditional love.
  • The ability to think in my right mind, use all of my limbs with ease, and employ all five senses.
  • A warm bed to sleep in at night in a home that’s full of love.
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