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With Valentine's Day upon us, many singles are beginning to feel a familiar longing for that special someone. In the meantime, we sometimes find ourselves waiting. And not just for that person, but to start living. We have put…Continue
Added by Erin Robison on February 10, 2016 at 11:31am — No Comments
You were born in a functional family or perhaps you had a difficult upbringing. Whether you would admitted openly or you choose to ignore it. All of us have some baggage from our family origin. Ignoring the baggage only hurt our marriage.…Continue
Added by Marie Mertilus on February 27, 2015 at 6:21am — No Comments
This Valentine, go to the distance. Fill your spouse's love tank abundantly. Don’t hold back. Love freely and leave your spouse’s eyes with a sparkle that shines beyond Valentine’s Day.…Continue
There is a sure way to test your patience meter - by assessing your interactions with your spouse and your child. I have had the chance to look at my patience meter and the look was not pretty. I know that being patience with my husband is one of the…Continue
Can we really be the best spouse we can be if we don't know ourselves? I truly believe that any man or woman who wants to get married or is married must dedicate continual time to really have some self-examination. I am not talking about…Continue
Marriage will always remain an uncharted territory. It is truly a lifetime journey not a destination. The best way a couple can even get close to comprehend the bond of marriage is by dedicating intentional time to make it grow. However, many…Continue
An argument occurred; she shut down. There is no talking. She felt unheard. He felt disrespected. He initiated reconciliation by trying to be close physically. She pulled away; he felt punished. She felt that he was…Continue
Spirituality can mean many things to individuals. In a marriage, spirituality can be a bond that help the marriage grow or a point of contention. There are couples that argue that their spouse not going to church or pray. Spirituality in marriage really…Continue
When was the last time you really play with your spouse?
I’m talking about real fun. Playing, laughing, the kind of play that you…Continue
Communication is the key. Studies show countless times that married couples who communicate effectively have more success in their marriages. In addition, couples who communicate have fewer conflicts. In order for communication to be…Continue
One of the first questions I ask to couples who engage in counseling for financial unity is “Did you discuss finances prior to marriage?” Surprisingly, many married couples never had an in-depth discussion about their finances prior to marriage. In many…Continue
A few years back, I was working with a couple that faced a crossroad in their marriage. Both wife and husband saw a need for change, but both spouses made conditional requests before they were willing to give the marriage a chance. Trust in a…Continue
I participated at a great marriage workshop this past Tuesday. The hot topic of the day was intimacy. Intimacy has been associated and sometime defined as sex. However, sex is not…Continue
For many couple facing marriage conflicts is like walking on egg shells. Deep down inside, there is a desire to have a healthy marriage. However, most couples look the other way instead of getting acquainted with their marriage problems.…Continue
Your kid will tell a story about your marriage. What will be your story? Your know children are like sponges; they soak up everything that they see and hear. My son will turn 2 years old next month and it is so funny to see him imitating me…Continue
I was having a conversation with my husband and he mentioned to me that recently he has encountered many spouses who are placing their marriages at risk. He proceeded to tell that he would never sacrifice the health of our marriage for…Continue