Whether you’ve been together for one year or twenty years, it’s so important to keep things new and fresh in your relationship. Throw some kids into the mix and sometimes you can feel like you and your partners have somehow turned into nothing more than roommates.
In this episode, we’re talking about how to rekindle that spark in your relationship and how to find ways to date your spouse. Dating is stressful enough when you’re single but just because there’s a ring on it doesn’t mean it should end!
What We’re Sipping on This Episode:
Eppa SupraFruta Red Sangria – #TheRona is still growing strong which means we’re sipping on two wines again. Sasha decided to forgo a traditional wine this week and instead grabbed a sangria. This sangria, while only 9% ABV an “organic superfruit blend of pomegranate, blueberry, blood orange and acai juices“. As we know, Sasha isn’t really into sweet wines, although she doesn’t mind sangrias. This one was a tad bit to sweet for her liking but an overall decent sangria.
Cupcake Red Velvet – Shara chose Cupcake Red Velvet has her wine this episode which is described as “rich, silky red blend [with] notes of cherry, blackberry, chocolate and mocha“. Shara describes it as a light wine with a good taste but it’s actually the perfect #rona wine since it “pairs with staying in on a Friday night“.
About the Episode:
If you’re a faithful listener of the podcast, you already know that Sasha and Shara have both been with their husbands for a LONG time. It can sometimes be hard to remember that you love your partner in the day-to-day routine of marriage. While it can sometimes be a challenge to make time for your relationship, it’s a must to keep that spark going.
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