We become what we repeatedly do.
– Stephen Covey –
Habits are a funny thing. They seem small and insignificant, but they actually define us.
Our habits can work for us, or against us. Especially in marriage. (click to tweet)
I’ve also found that when I hang out with people who have great habits, mine improve too.
So today, I’m introducing you to a woman I admire, Kristen Welch. Get ready to have your habits inspired.
I met Kristen briefly last year, and will be seeing her again this summer at The Declare Conference. (we’ll both be speaking there, and I really think you should join us!)
When I heard her share about the things God is doing through her, I was deeply moved. You can read about her at We Are That Family and hear first-hand how she, a stay at home mom, started a home in Kenya for pregnant and new moms.
She recently wrote an article for the Huffington Post entitled, Habits for a Hot Marriage in the Middle of Motherhood and Monotony, and I thought you, too, might be inspired.
If Kristen and her husband have figured out how to establish great habits for a great marriage, then I’m soaking up every word.