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The One Relationship Tip Married Working Moms Need: Keep the spark alive


"[K]eeping the spark alive is possible. But it takes more than just scheduling a date or two to make real, lasting change in a relationship." Tony Robbins

Even the most connected couples can use some tips about how to reconnect. Indeed, between working, managing a household and raising children, even the most romantic among us can use reminders.


Because as important as our relationships are to us, if we have to think too much about what we have to do to keep them going, chances are we just won't do those things—because we're crazy busy!


The real question becomes how can a working mom keep the spark alive when you're burning the candle at both ends. (As my mother likes to point out, "you're the candle!!!")

Besides being busy, if we're not careful, our grooming may take dive because of our demands. Before having children, most working women I know took their grooming very seriously. Their appointments to get their hair done, exercise, get waxed, get manicures and pedicures, body scrubs and the like were sacrosanct. Those small gestures helped them feel pretty and sexy. However, let's be real. All of those things take time and money. And there are days when working moms don't even manage to shower. While the non-showering days tend to be few and far between they illustrate a point.

If a working mom lacks the time and/or energy to shower. How is she supposed to feel sexy and then how is she supposed to translate that sexy feeling into s-e-x???
That's a question that needs to be answered. However, since I like to keep this blog PG and my mama reads, it, I direct you to the articles below to get tips to help you keep the spark alive in your relationship. You can thank me later! (But don't write to me if all these sparks result in another kid!)

Articles to Help You Keep The Spark Alive

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