Make Time to Date

Make Time to DateEpisode 50–Make Time to Date

The responsibilities of work and managing a family can be a real challenge for couples that want to make time to date.

Because many women work outside the house, at least part-time, it can be tricky syncing schedules with their spouse or partner who also works.

Building our careers are important, taking time to rest and recreate with our significant other is just as vital. As the saying goes, ‘All work and no play, makes Jane a dull girl’.

So Working Woman Radio Show host, Deanna Cauthen, invited her husband, Andrew, into the studio to talk about what they do to date and maintain the romance in their marriage in their relationship.

Andrew talks about the importance of being flexible when planning dates. He also shared why dating should be a priority for every working couple, and gave some great ideas for places to go to for fun, inexpensive dates.

 

 

 

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More About Andrew Cauthen

Andrew is the Communications Manager for the Dekalb County Office of the CEO, one of the largest counties in the state of Georgia. He is also the co-owner and partner of ReVamped Furnishings, an antique furniture restoration business.  In addition to these duties, Andrew is a life group leader at the Grace Church NE Atlanta.

 

 

 

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