August is National Wellness Month, and I am so excited to add this to the list of reasons why I love this time of year. At Season, we talk a lot about relationship health and wellness. But what really precedes this is self care and your wellness.
I’ve heard the advice that whenever you feel caught up in a spiral of your own problems, do something for someone else. When we feel uncertain about a myriad of things in life, take your focus outside of yourself and look to your people. My hope is that you will find some joy in doing something for someone else.
“Personalizing our big day was a huge priority for us. We wrote the entire ceremony ourselves, as well as our vows, and asked Matt’s sister’s husband to officiate. We also were very intentional about all of our music selections, ensuring that they really reflected our tastes and personalities.”
“Treat your wedding like the most fun project you've ever worked on together. Lean on each other and make it a joint effort. It is basically a huge team-building exercise that can help you figure out how to work well together for years to come!”
So many couples who planned their dream weddings for 2020 are now being faced with a hard choice. Do they keep their original wedding date, or do they postpone it till next year? BUT there is one more option that I think a lot of couples are forgetting.