31 Days of Loving on Purpose

Welcome to 31 Days of Loving on Purpose. We’ll keep a link list on this page as we publish each entry so you won’t miss a single one! Scroll down for Day 1.

Day 2: Big Ol’ Blogaversary Giveaway!

Day 3: It Really is the Little Things

Day 4: Love Notes

Day 5: We Share a Pillow

Day 6: Why People Stay Married

Day 7: A Quick Recipe to Win His Heart

Day 8: You’ll Have an Opportunity Today

Day 9: Fantasy Girl

Day 10: Choose Love

Day 11: Love is Not Wavering

Day 12: Love Never Fails

Day 13: The Honeymoon Part

Day 14: The Six Second Kiss

Day 15: Don’t Fight Over the Butter

Day 16: Who Are You Really Fighting With?

Day 17: Married People Need to Step It Up

Day 18: Links We Love

Day 19: At the End of the Day

Day 20: That Woman Has Loved Me… 

Day 21: He Didn’t Marry Me for My Brains

Day 22: Speaking of Love…

Day 23: Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch

Day 24: Words of Affirmation and Quality Time

Day 25: The One Thing You Shouldn’t Do

Day 26: Humble Words and a Weekend Giveaway!

Day 27: The ‘Love’ in the Love Story…

Day 28: Team Peterson

Day 29: No Perfect Mentors Allowed

Day 30: House Rules

Day 31: The Finish Line

Day 1:
We’re linking up this month with one of my favorite blogs Nesting Place, joining her and no doubt countless others in a 31 Day Series. The Nester herself will be writing on a single topic for 31 Days and has challenged us to come up with a 31 Day topic of our own. This is bold for us because, as you know, we usually post about once a week. Still, we thought it would be a fun challenge to post something about marriage every day for 31 days. Timely, too, since this week we are celebrating our ONE YEAR BLOGAVERSARY! … I know that’s not a word, but I just used it and you knew what I meant, so maybe it is a word after all. I mean, who knows how words are formed anyway? It’s a mystery.

So, welcome to …

31 Days of Loving on Purpose

We’ve taken inspiration from Rick Warren’s timeless book The Purpose Driven Life. The very first line of the very first chapter really says it all: “It’s not about you.” Warren goes on to say, “The purpose of your life is far greater than your own personal fulfillment, your peace of mind, or even your happiness.”

Let that sink in. We believe you could substitute the word “life” with “marriage” so that the same statement would read, “It’s not about you. The purpose of your marriage is far greater than your own personal fulfillment, your peace of mind, or even your happiness.”

This month we’ll be encouraging you to think about your marriage, as we think about ours, as something much greater than a selfish endeavor. We’ll be trying out new ways to love our spouse on purpose and to invest our lives fully into the vows we once made. Instead of floating through married life, we will practice being intentional with one another on a daily basis.

Stay tuned over the next 31 days and see if you aren’t more happily united with your partner by the end of this month and more committed than you’ve ever been to #staymarried.


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  • So excited to have stumbled across your blog post on fb! (Gottman page if you are interested – I included the link in the website space above:) I have been married to my wife for just less than a year, but together for over 6 years. We are happy and fulfilled, but I have browsed your blog and I think we are going to make it a practice to read these each day. I am all about happiness, strength and learning. Thank you for sharing!

    ps: I know its probably not important, but I was excited to see where you lived! I went to Bastyr and lived in Kenmore for many years. It is nice to know I had amazing neighbors <3

  • Thank you for your blog. I just stumbled upon it today, but it has already been such a help to me and my husband. We thought we were doomed to divorce, but your sight actually has been helping us to explore faithful ways to grow closer and work through things together. Thank you again!


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