E Is for Excitement
Excitement can come from many places… the birth of a child, the start of a new job, or relationship… it can even come from getting that rockin’ new pair of shoes you’ve saved for.
Excitement can also be fleeting and disappear quickly. You have to learn how to keep it alive. How?
By recognizing the signs of waning excitement – especially in relationships. You have to see when things are becoming “routine” – because while some routine can be good – it can also signal the death of a relationship.
You have to keep things exciting – date nights, quiet walks, simple pleasures that make you both feel special and loved. That’s the most important thing you can do.
It makes sense to keep excitement alive and it doesn’t have to be expensive. Something as simple as a candlelit dinner for two in your own dining room can do wonders for you.
It’s the same for anything you do – work, play, life in general. When things get dull, you have to spice them up… If you do what you’ve always done… you get what you’ve always got!
What do you do to increase the excitement in your life?