Your opinion counts!

An open letter to potential interviewees!

Ladies and gents,

In a bid to help banish the post wedding blues for newlyweds, I am writing a coaching book on post wedding motivation and am interviewing newlyweds, marrieds, plan to be marrieds and wedding experts from all over the world as part of the process.

We can all look up the dictionary definition, but in these modern times – I am interested in your response to the question “What does marriage mean to you?” and if interested in being more involved I’ll give you a call and email you the whole questionnaire.

Please note that you don’t need to be familiar with the post wedding blues / slump concept to be involved as I am looking for a wide range of experiences and perspectives.

Would be AMAZING if you were up for participating… and maybe circulating this to interested friends?

Contact me here or on postweddingmotivation [at] gmail.com

Looking forward to hearing from you!

All the best
Gina

 

An aspect of what marriage means to me? Feeling invincible with my partner by my side - no matter if the world thinks you're crazy!

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One is in need of a sick bag…

Designer Lydia Leith may be onto something with the Royal Wedding sick bags she designed…

With much fun memorabilia around, it is great to see an example of the great British sense of humour in full effect (see BBC video here)

My reason for writing about it today however? I need one! I have woken up with ear, throat and head pain… feeling like a fog has descended over me. I feel horrendous.

I’m not seeking sympathy (really) – however it did raise some stark differences between the plans for our big day on Friday 29th April… and that of Wills and Kate.

While of course hoping that she is in the best of health, I imagine that if she had an off day or two… or week even – the wedding plans would keep ticking along like clockwork. No worries about getting out those final invitations; the elusive search for turquoise shoes; writing the order of service; sourcing reception music etc… instead, there would be a team in place to ensure all continued to tick along.

Sigh… it’s not the status and royal riches I crave – I must admit slight envy at the prospect of someone being able to pick up the mantle when needed. With a fab groom to be, awesome bridesmaids and my mum due to arrive at the end of the month, I certainly am not lacking in support as such – but there are some things that only you can do yourself when you’ve planned a wedding this way. That said… delegation may have to become my new best friend.