#lessonslearned: The Adjustment Series

The adjustment


We gonna start this thing off right!! We J Strick-Nunn in the house tonight ( Thank you DJ Jubilee) Hello my loves and welcome back to another session on the red couch. For the next group of posts I will be focusing on my adventures in marriage, I shall call it The Adjustment. So listen I have not done anything like this in my life and please believe it’s not for the faint of heart. I love my husband Lord knows I do but this is a new crazy adventure for me. I guess what I’m trying to say is that I didn’t know what I was getting into when I got into it. There was no book, or past experience that could get me through any of this. 

For the next five weeks I am going to talk about the five areas I had to make the most adjustment to: 

  1. Sharing my space: Wait you need me to move my things
  2. Not being the ULTIMATE boss: But I don’t know how not to be
  3. Sticking to a budget: Uggghhhhh this isn’t life
  4. Having a Social Life: Naw I can’t go there with them
  5. I got kids!!!: Instant kids, instant love

Somebody said I needed to write a book about all of this, but I’m still learning….it’s only been 8 months (whew I remembered). As you read remember, these are my confessions and my truth. You may not have the same truth as me and that’s okay. Just read for your enjoyment and laugh at my uncomfortableness as I progress through this life long journey with this amazing man. Make sure to check out episode 7 of the Confessions From A Red Couch Podcast to hear how My Husband and I have approached marriage and what we are doing to make sure we stay in sync with one another. Also learn how I had to love myself BEFORE I could even enter a relationship with Chris in my new ebook The Journey Back to Loving Yourself (click here).



Published by Confessions from a red couch

Life in your thirties can be different. Thank God for family, good friends and adventures in life to keep it interesting.

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