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Keep The Love Alive by Anita Philmar

Share the Chores – #CoupleGoals #KeepTheLoveAlive

By either doing chores together or by combining chores.

Then you can have extra time to have  fun with your lover

and you can each learn to appreciate what the other one is doing.


I find it especially helpful when my husband helps after a hard day or when I am tired.

Example is when my husband and I have returned from doing golf, tennis, hiking. I’m tired and want only to crash on the couch, but usually we are both hungry too. So we split the job of fixing lunch by me starting to make the food while my husband is in the shower. When he’s done, he finished things up while I then take my shower.

Yes, we may not be doing the chore together, but the burden is only on one of us to get a meal on the table.

Working together, we both get what we want faster without one or the other of us feeling as if we’re not being appreciated for going that extra mile.


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Keep The Love Alive by Anita Philmar

Little Things Matter. #KeepTheLoveAlive #CoupleGoals




The day was long, and you’re tired. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the special company of the one you love. Sit together on the couch, hold hands while you relax and watch TV, share a glass of wine.

Little things matter. All you need to do is make them happen.

Keep The Love Alive

Keep The Love Alive by Anita Philmar

Visit Your Local Winery #RomanticFun to #KeepTheLoveAlive

Do a search for wineries in your area and go visit for fun.

Not only can possible find a new wine to enjoy but you get a chance to get out with your lover and have some fun.

If there isn’t a winery close, a number of stores now have wine tasting events.

Check them out with your lover and discover a new adventure to share.