Would you like to create everyday romance?

Today’s Morning Thing was for couples! We shared some fun and easy ideas on how to create everyday romance with your sweetheart.

Click HERE to see the full article from Family Life. (They are labeled “Valentines Day” ideas, but we think they can work all year round)

Marcy and Alyssa decided to stay with that theme for our Friday Favorites.
Click HERE to listen to our “Dream Dates”!
We hope our ideas spark some romance at your house this weekend!

25 Ideas to spark everyday romance in your home:

1. Set her coffee cup next to the coffee maker in the morning before she is out of bed.

2 Send texts to let each other know you’re headed home from work.

3. Kiss each other goodbye every morning.

4. Buy the snacks he likes when you grocery shop.

5. Remember her coworkers’ names.

6. Give her a night off from helping the kids with homework. You huddle around the table for the spelling words and multiplication facts instead.

7. Tell him how much the kids enjoy being with him.

8. On a day off work, instead of sticking to your typical exercise routine, arrange it so you can work out together.

9. Watch the game with him. Try cheering for his team.

10. Ask him about his day.

11. Put your arm around her in church. Don’t let the kids sit between you.

12. Pray together. Pray out loud for each other.

13. Recall past memories together.

14. Cook his favorite dinner. Tell him you made it because you know he likes it.

15. Recognize your spouse for paying all the bills on time every single month.

16. When you come home from work, embrace each other. Squeeze tightly for longer than just a quick second.

17. Be the one who offers to turn out the lights tonight.

18. Text her that you’re thinking of her.

19. Reach over and hold his hand.

20. Compliment her for your favorite physical feature. Then also compliment her heart.

21. Help her clean the house.

22. Thank him for rolling the garbage can to the curb.

23. Split your dessert with her.

24. Talk to your in-laws instead of looking at your phone, during the next family gathering.

25. Let your spouse help you with something.

Romance doesn’t have to be hard or even well planned. All it takes is a thoughtful, intentional moment as you go about your regular day. Those daily displays of love really are the best after all.

Encouragement for Marriage – The Morning Thing 3/11/21

Are you married? Our show on Thursday, 3/11 was for you!
We shared some powerful encouragement for married couples.

Our staff at WNZR hears this statement often – Communication is the KEY to Life!
Communication in a marriage is crucial.
We shared 3 Communication Tools Your Marriage Needs.
Click HERE to read about these great tools from imom.com

We also shared details about creating a Spark Jar for your marriage.
What’s a Spark Jar?
A Spark Jar is a go-to when you need inspiration or motivation. Most people say the spark in a relationship begins to fade when the two people start to take each other for granted. This simple tool will help you reconnect and invest in your marriage again.
Click HERE for directions on how to create this marriage tool.

We also shared 10 Ideas on how to make time for your Spouse. Click HERE to read the article from familylife.com

What is your love language?


Today on The Morning Thing, Marcy Rinehart and Lexie Merritt talked about the 5 Love Languages.

Dr. Gary Chapman wrote the book that helped define how we receive and give love.

(from https://www.5lovelanguages.com/)
The most common issue in any relationship is the communication barrier. Everyone experiences love differently, and it’s easy to miss the mark when it comes to showing that you care. With a little help from The 5 Love Languages®, you can learn to identify the root of your conflicts, give and receive love in more meaningful ways, and grow closer than ever. Your Love Language profile will explain your primary love language, what is means, and how you can use it to connect to others.

Ready to love better? Take the quiz and discover your love language today.

Words of Affirmation

Acts of Service

Receiving Gifts

Quality Time

Physical Touch

There is also an app that can help you strengthen your relationship. Check it out!



Happy Valentine’s Day! You CAN have lasting love, past today.


Today is special – it’s Valentine’s Day. What happens after today is over? We found 7 laws of lasting love to help you show your love once February 14th is over.

From www.psychologytoday.com

1. They share an ultimate vision about their relationship.

2. They are committed to unconditional love.  

3. They fulfill each other’s needs.

4. They trust the good intentions of the partner.

5. They master effective communication.

6. They keep curiosity alive.

7. They never get tired of starting over.

Click HERE to see the full article.

(Picture of Rachel and Andrew Yoder – former WNZR DJs)

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