Last week we celebrated six years of marriage.
To mark the occasion we headed out of town for a few days, during which I took some antibiotics which rendered me more or less dysfunctional for the entire time.
Yeah, we know how to party.
But now that I am in my right mind again, I though I’d take inspiration from an article I read earlier this year and share six things I’ve learned in six years of marriage.
1. Living the prescribed life sucks.
The prescribed life — school, college, work, marriage, mortgage, baby — is, if I’m to be quite honest with you, a shade boring.
My advice instead? Take some risks while you’re still young. Be spontaneous. Do the opposite of what you’ve been told. Pack up everything and move to a new place. We did just that and can assure you that whatever challenges you face along…
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