Today I’m talking all about what I did to prepare to meet Brandon, even if I wasn’t fully aware that that was what I was doing. Before I get too much further I want to say this episode MIGHT sound like it’s just for single people, but if you’re married I think this is a great chance to reflect on what you did in life before meeting your spouse that helped you AND what you’d tell someone to do while they’re single, too. I’m sharing not just what I did, but the things I wish I’d done as well. Listen in to learn from my experience – and my mistakes – in these 7 tips to prepare to meet your spouse.
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