Take that Sushi Making Class. Go on a Bourbon Tasting Tour. Learn the trombone. Volunteer at that place down the street.
Do any other interest you might have outside of those you share with your spouse.
It makes you more interesting to your spouse and everyone else.
Additionally, a little “me time” allows both you and your spouse to grow as individuals and reduces the pressure on each of you to fill the other’s every need.
#freebie – Many newlyweds are guilty of what I call “puppying.” It’s when you spend every single minute with your spouse. You don’t have to be joined at the hip. You need “Sacred Time” with your spouse, and some “Me Time” for yourself. #balance