A year of marriage challenges – Completed?

Jay Dee

A year of marriage challenges – Completed?

Sep 19, 2016

Can you believe the year of marriage challenges is over?  I hardly can.  So, I bet a lot of people are wondering “What’s next?” and some more want to know “Where can I get a list of all the challenges?” Well, I’m working on both

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A year of marriage challenges - completed?Can you believe the year of marriage challenges is over?  I hardly can.  So, I bet a lot of people are wondering “What’s next?” and some more want to know “Where can I get a list of all the challenges?”

Well, I’m working on both of those.  I’m honestly not sure what’s next.  I have some big changes I want to implement, but I’m still trying to figure out which is the best way to do it.

As for the list of challenges, we plan to release them as an ebook, but first my wife and I have to actually get through them all.  This year has been difficult for us.  As many of you know, I’ve been struggling with a daily four-hour commute, and that severely limits both our time and energy.  So, counting the challenges, we only completed 18 of the 52.  Eight more were … half completed, or complete by one of us but not both.  Since we wouldn’t want to release something we haven’t tried out, we’re going to see how many of these challenges we can get through in the next little bit.

Plus, I have to replace some of the challenges with new things as they just don’t make sense in an ebook form, rather than a blog post.  So, if you have any suggestions for challenges, feel free to share them in the comments.

So, be patient, they’re coming, it’s just not done yet.

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8 thoughts on “A year of marriage challenges – Completed?”

  1. John says:

    How boutique you release the bonus (erotic talk) for a fee? 🙂

    1. Jay Dee says:

      I’m working on it 🙂

  2. Jerry Stumpf says:

    You have a full plate of family to work through.

    If any of your followers gets impatient with your process and flow of life, they don’t live in the real world!

    You have ushered in a wonderful service to your followers.

    Thank you for your commitment to share 52 wonderful ideas for us married couples to turn up the heat in the bedroom.

    Perhaps if all your followers who have blogs would share one of their posts with your audience, you would grow your information 20 or so fold?

    This will allow you to spend some time with the kiddos and wifey!

    Here’s one to give them ideas for dates?

    Incredibly easy ideas to put Sizzle Back in your marriage dates http://wp.me/p50Bqq-aY

    Keep spending time with the kids and your wife, other people are not depending on you for their survival!

  3. Jeremy says:

    Thank You for challenging us this past year to stretch ourselves and try new things as well as talk about the things that we were hesitant to discuss with our spouses. We completed I think 25-30 of them, the ones were were both OK with trying, including quite a few that really tested our trust in the other person. Not all of them were things were wanted or were interested in trying… Bondage anyone??? LOL… but there were several that really stretched her boundaries as well a a few that stretched mine, so it was a good year to grow in our marriage and in our faith in each other.

  4. Ani says:

    I unfortunately got in on the challenges towards the end, somewhere in the thirties. But my husband and I had fun getting a challenge and did almost all of them. I will really miss getting an email every week, that was really helpful and I looked forward to it.

    1. Jay Dee says:

      I’ll have to come up with something to replace it.

  5. Heather says:

    Why not just start reposting them from the beginning… Week by week?

    1. Jay Dee says:

      Just never been in the habit of reposting old posts. Going to release it as an eBook when time permits.

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