The Marriage Project

I’m going to interrupt your regularly scheduled post about how pitiful our sick little family has been this week program to discuss something a little more upbeat!

The Marriage Project.

Ok, raise your hands. How many of you just got a little nervous? Guilty? Intrigued?

I’ll be honest. The mere sight of the word project makes me nervous.

In school, there was nothing worse (in my mind) that a teacher could do than assign a PROJECT. Because you know what? Projects meant group work. And group work meant possibly working with people you didn’t like. People who didn’t pull their own weight. Meeting with said group during time that could better be spent watching TV, hanging out with friends, or sleeping obviously.

Independent much?

Clearly.

ANYWAY.

The point of my post is actually to discuss a project that’s worth working on! And the best part is that you get to pick your own partner. Luckily that partner is tall, dark & handsome your Prince/ess Charming!

What would your marriage look like if for 21 days you put it on project status? Plenty of books describe how to improve a marriage, how to save a marriage, and how to ramp up the intimacy in a marriage. In The Marriage Project, Kathi Lipp shows you how to put the fun back in marriage with 21 simple yet effective projects.

Interested yet?

Still need some convincing?

The divorce rate in America is over 50%. That means one in two couples will break up. Make your stomach turn?

Guys. Girls. The hard work didn’t stop when the wedding planning was over. The time to work on our marriages is NOW! Before you become the statistic!

Kathi Lipp’s new book promises 21 days to more love and laughter. The book is a quick read and keeps you asking for more. And unlike high school English, the project aren’t hard! Kathi guides you in practical, fun, and creative ways to bless your marriage. Hey, she even has ideas for 20 dates under $20.

One of them includes Starbucks.

Don’t lie. That sold at least 14 of you.

As for the rest of book? Well, you’ll just have to read it to find out!

My review of The Marriage Project is in exchange for the copy I received from Harvest House Publishers.

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