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MARRIAGE is not to be MANAGED!


Bonjour lovelies!

Hope you’re all doing well.


So it’s been about 2.5 months since my last post and that’s because I had announced back in September that I’ll be off instagram/Facebook for the year... To take time out and to just sit at God’s feet for the duration of my 7th year of marriage and learn the new things He’s revealing to me.


I wrote my good bye message on insta and that was that. But I‘ve remembered that there are some who follow the blog but who don’t follow on Instagram and I was getting emails asking of my whereabouts lol!


So... this is just to let you all know that I am alive and well lol! And that I will most certainly be back next year September. God has been teaching me a lot about marriage recently ... more than I‘ve learnt in the previous 6 years and one of the key things is that Marriage isn’t supposed to be Managed... or tolerated... and it’s not supposed to be managed to perfection either... because perfection isn‘t tangible. Only God is perfection. But it is important that we as spouses manage OURSELVES in order to make our marriages good.



Don‘t manage the marriage - but manage yourself. I have SO much to share when I come back next year and will be working on a few projects that God has opened up for me. So here’s to wishing you all a fantastic end to the year and very best wishes for the New Year and beyond. I’ll be back on the gram at the end of September 2020 and I look forward to seeing and hearing from you all again then.



Keep on praying and serving Christ the way He deserves to be. Above all, remember that He loves you immeasurably. Let that knowledge be reflected in all you do for yourself and on to others.


Marriage is hard. Marriage is beautiful. Marriage can be ugly at times... but Marriage is God’s and we are His too. Don’t try to manage marriage - embrace God’s design for it and what He wants to use it for to develop a good work in you as a spouse (and as a future spouse).


Till next year my loves!


Faith, Hope & Love,


Mrs B x


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