Episode 64 comes to you from scenic Lucerne, Switzerland. Today we’re talking about how to have a quickie audit of your relationship if you aren’t quite ready for an all-out love contract negotiation.
Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” ~ Henry Ford
First we want to update you on the International Love Affair, our tour of 10 cities in Europe by train (thanks, Eurail.com!). We’re sussing out the best love stories as we go through our own Romance Bucket List in honor of our new book, Married with Luggage: What We Learned About Love by Traveling the World. We’ve now visited Valencia, Spain; the Provence region of France; Florence, Italy; and now Lucerne, Switzerland.
On today’s show we have a celebrity wedding plus our own take on love Italian style.
Today’s interview is with a couple who’s known for getting to the heart of the matter, breaking it down into something doable and repeatable, and then moving on to the next big thing. They turned their attention to our annual love contract negotiation, and you’ll like what they share about this “quickie” that you’ll want to implement in your own relationship.
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Mish and Rob are the brains behind Mortified Cow, a brand consultancy and copywriting company. Mish is the author of two books, and Rob is the cohost of the most popular real estate podcast in the UK, The Property Podcast. They travel the world and share the ins and outs of successfully working and traveling at Making It Anywhere.
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On next week’s show, we talk to the coauthor of the groundbreaking book, The Ethical Slut, about polyamory, open relationships, and how to make it all work. Even if you’re not into free love, you’re going to learn a lot about communication and boundaries on this show.
Don’t be late for your date with Married with Luggage, next Wednesday!