18 Tips For Staying Married Podcast and Links

18 Tips For Staying Married Podcast and Links August 12, 2019

Happy Monday to you all. We woke up and did an extra super special Anniversary Edition Podcast–18 ways to stay married for 18 years. Some of them are even serious, though we do launch in with Miley Cyrus, that great font of human wisdom, and her shocking insight that “change is inevitable.” Oh, and we mention another great historical moment, Matt being kicked off of twitter. The whole thing is kind of long, but I’m sure it will be good for your marriage if you listen to it. Or something.

Also, I know that every single word in the title of my post yesterday was misspelled, and am endeavoring to correct it, but it should be remembered that I have very poor eyesight and I was writing in the dark at 4 in the morning. In some cases, it was as though the words misspelled themselves, and in others, it was because I couldn’t really see.

Ok, here is the article about Miley Cyrus.

Here is something I wrote about my own wedding nine years ago when I was still a baby.

And here is something interesting about self-help and self-care.

And here is something brilliant (I can’t remember if I’ve already linked this. If I have, sorry! It’s just so clever I can’t help myself.)

This is very important.

These are old but still probably beautiful.

This looks delicious.

This is very funny.

And here is an excellent sermon, and helpful class. And now, if you’ll excuse me, as a special anniversary treat I am going to de-flea the dog. It’s going to be amazing. I’m going to be at least as happy as Miley Cyrus while she’s out looking for herself in the mountains.

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