7 Spiritual Lessons Learned from 25 Years of Marriage: Part 1

Uncategorized Jul 25, 2023

It’s our 25th anniversary today (on July 25th) so it feels like a wonderful celebration to share with you.(Confetti! Bouquets flying through the air! Tinkling glasses!) 

My husband and I are celebrating our 25th anniversary this summer. In the week leading up to this auspicious day, I got a download for a mini-series of articles I’ll be sharing with you over the next few weeks: 7 Spiritual LessonsLearned from 25 Years of Marriage.

This series is being featured in Brainz Magazine so please click the link to read the rest of the article.

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 May you have an exceptional week filled with love, empowering moments and clarity of mind. 

With devoted love and long-lasting courage,


>Creator of Courageous Self-Care

>So grateful for all the wedding gifts we received all those years ago; one of my favourites continues to be the Henkel sheers from my super practical and wise Uncle Franz - we use them everyday!

>Super excited for the anniversary staycation we have planned for this weekend. Mountains here we come :)

Roasted Baby Potatoes. That was my one requirement for our wedding dinner buffet. There had to be roasted baby potatoes. I didn’t care about anything else foodwise; I just needed those bursting little balls of goodness. 

Here are some benefits of potatoes in case you need more convincing:

  • Build up glycogen storage which is the key factor in preventing blood sugar issues, weight gain and a fatty liver. 
  • Excellent source of Vitamin B6 which is essential for the formation of almost every new cell in the body. 
  • Promote cardiovascular health
  • Help with adrenal exhaustion, brain fog and insomnia

We eat potatoes almost every day. I still can’t get enough of them. Roasted Baby Potatoes! Especially with rosemary!

Our first dance at our wedding was magical. Boxes of kleenex were passed around the guests. 

Paul and I both love dancing and our primary requirement when looking for a venue for our reception was the size of the dancefloor. 

We still love the song we chose, to which we did part Rumba, part Viennese Waltz. It was oh so romantic.

It’s called True Companion by Marc Cohn. To me, this song feels like flying.

Listen to True Companion on iTunes

Listen to True Companion on Spotify