Devin and celebrated our 25th time getting married, last month in Lisbon, Portugal. I really haven’t shared how I turned my 45 year perfect track record of romantic failure around. I also wanted to punch some holes into that toxic narrative that tells us attracting love gets more difficult as we get older. (Spoiler Alert: it gets better!) I’ll be sharing what changes with age, and how to use it to your advantage. I finally share my vulnerable, raw, detailed process of slaying my Love Monster and magnetizing my Human Honey soon after. Enjoy the show!
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Devin and I have returned home after our “30 Days Of Love” tour through France, Belgium, Spain and Portugal, 4 weddings richer than when we departed. (Here’s a first: immediately after our wedding in Madrid, I received 6 more wedding proposals!) I documented every day of our trip with videos and photos, and posted them to the “In The Know Bride” site my husband created after asking me to marry him 100 time in 100 countries. One of the delightful things that made this trip different from any other is Devin and I knew and met up with friends in … Continue reading
June was all about honoring my father and fulfilling his final wishes. Now it’s time to look towards life.
9 more weddings to Devin in Europe this Fall… Continue reading
This was 15th wedding in 12 countries in 13 months. (We’ve been doubling up on a few countries, obviously.) We exchanges vows at sunset at the glorious Villa Del Palmar resort in Loreto, Mexico. We’re still working our way towards 100 weddings in 100 countries. Every time we renew our wedding vows, we start fresh, speak from the heart, re-commit to our partnership, and go deeper than before. It just gets better and better each time, because we KNOW each other better. What did we know about being married when we just started out? Not much. Our wedding vows mean … Continue reading
Devin and I did our first TV interview as a couple!
We shared tips on saving money… So far we’ve been married 12 times in 12 countries, and we’ve spent LESS on all our weddings than the price of an average U.S. wedding Continue reading