Top 5 Must-Reads on Marriage
From our lovely archives
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Welcome to The First Years of Marriage Newsletter! We talk about the conversations, challenges, and changes that begin once the honeymoon ends. Advice from experts, mistakes from me (Jen Glantz), and things you’re going to want to know as you continue to ask yourself this question - “I’m married, so now what?”
Top Marriage Advice from Our Archives
We’ve been writing this sweet little newsletter for over a year and to celebrate, we’re pulling our top five posts from the archives for you to dive into or give a second read. These are not only our most-read posts, but the ones that we received the most messages about. Perhaps that’s because some of the topics are taboo or because some of the topics were just super relevant to people who were in need of a pick-me-up after the wedding ended. Either way, we hope you enjoy these top posts and maybe even share them with someone else you adore!
Skipped the Pre-Nup? You Need This.
I sat down with a few divorce lawyers to try to wrap my head around what a post-nup is and if it’s something I, or YOU, might need. Here are the four benefits of getting one.
Take Inventory on Your Marriage
You can take inventory on your marriage at any time.What worked well? What was a royal mess? What did you do together? What did you completely forget to do together? You can dive into the inventory below but if you want the full and impactful version. Here’s how to start.
Your Future Married Money Checklist
I recently chatted with a financial advisor who shared some money things I should consider doing now that I’m married. While I’m slowly working through this list, I figured I’d share the list with you here.
Wedding Over? You Forgot to Do This.
Once your wedding ends, you fuss with the leftover details (like where to cram the stuff from your wedding that you don’t plan to eyeball for years and years) and pack the memories away for a little bit of time. Here is what to do next.
A Newly Married Gift Guide
The ultimate gift guide to give people in your life no matter what season or time of year it is. Check it out here.
This Week’s Love List:
A fun book to dive into: Learn more about you + your partner’s love language on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Love you (for as long as we both shall live),
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