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Ron’s blog is awesome, and his stuff on marriage is worth reading.
Sometimes we make it harder than it has to be.
One of the best and easiest strategies to helping couples grow their marriage is to practice and apply these three terms to your marriage:
Learn how different each of you is from each other. God designed a man and a woman with different desires, needs and interests. Each spouse communicates differently, prefers life organized at a different pace, and handles disappointments and excitements differently. Spend quantity time identifying those differences. That’ll take you a lifetime together.
Every Big Cliché about Millennials Is Wrong—Travis Bradberry
Fascinating from Forbes.
As every new generation enters the workforce, it never ceases to amaze me how quickly their generation is labeled with “attributes” that are common to young people. These attributes tend to stick, and they quickly become inaccurate as the generation ages (assuming they were even accurate in the first place).
Nowhere is this more evident than with Millennials, who by 2020 will make up more than 50% of the US workforce.
Helpful thoughts on money from Tim, the godfather of Christian blogging.
I overheard an interesting discussion the other day. I was out-and-about and caught just a fragment of a discussion about money and the sheer joy of having it. I couldn’t eavesdrop for more than a few words, but that was enough to get my mind working. I thought about the way I use my money, and the way we, as Christians, use our money. And I want to ask you the question: When was the last time you just enjoyed your money?
It’s okay, you know. You are allowed to enjoy your money. Let’s think it through.