Being independent can be empowering, but life gets even better when you have someone special to share those memorable moments with.
Our 10 Best Blogs for Couples know what it means to be a great couple and are bringing those tips to you. Remember, it takes two!
Bragging Rights: sharing their little corner of the Internet
Love Taza is a detailed and colorful blog from a couple who met in college in New York City and have since shared most of their experience together online. Their Films section is a collection of childhood videos and personal travels while Once Upon A Time offers their own favorites from around the Web. Can you say cutest couple ever?
Social Clout: 29,500+ followers
Two of Us
Bragging Rights: quality, balanced and timely information
Two of Us is the couples blog for the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center, devoted to important, fair and relevant articles and posts. The site breaks down the couples experience into five categories (dating, exclusive, engaged, married and parents), so it’s easy to find what you need. Bonus: Take the My Heart Chart quiz to learn your commitment style.
Social Clout: 18,322+ likes, 4,186+ followers
The Couple Connection
Bragging Rights: where couples work it out
The Couple Connection is run by One Plus One, a leading U.K. relationship resource organization. Since it’s first post in 2008, the site has been providing a wide range of articles and exercises aimed at strengthening a relationship. Quick Questions offers fast guidance on topics like sex and social media. You’ll truly feel a connection here.
Social Clout: 1,988+ followers, 287+ likes
Bragging Rights: for couples in business two-gether
The Creative Couples blog describes itself as an online magazine that leaves turbulent relationship issues to other sites. The focus is on profit margin and helping couples build financial security inside their partnership. Check out their sections on Historical Couples, Creative Weddings and Daydream Friday.
Social Clout: 752+ likes, 384+ followers
What Happy Couples Do
Bragging Rights: simple. wise. inspiring. witty.
What Happy Couples Do, which is run by the Happy Couple Company, digs deep into the topics that interest and excite couples, covering not just relationships and parenting, but more in-depth aspects like the foundation of happiness within a couple. A full archive going back more than five years offers the best in couples advice and insight.
Social Clout: 412+ followers, 341+ likes
Not a Couple's Blog
Bragging Rights: honest and upfront
This writer brings a cheerful and uplifting style to her blog, where she shares the challenges of young motherhood while raising a son with her husband. Topics deal with everyday issues and life-changing decisions. She is very expressive with photography and documents much of her journey with snapshots. Revealing articles include “All the Things I Never Said.”
Social Clout: 20+ followers
Married with Luggage
Bragging Rights: life is short. live your dream.
Warren and Betsy’s funny and friendly site is designed to help couples better define their dreams. Understanding that life is a temporary journey, they retooled their own long-term retirement plans toward finding happiness faster. They still advise on being practical but also inspire with YouTube videos and podcasts like “Be Flexible with Your Dreams.”
Social Clout: 4,590+ likes, 2,357+ followers
Bragging Rights: laugh. fight. stay married.
Marriage Confessions is an upbeat blog that focuses on fun and family, with guidance and insight aimed at young couples. Faith, marriage and gardening are cornerstones of the content, with posts like “Surviving Survival Mode” and “Fighting a Bad Move.” Don’t forget about the Romper Room, a cool section on parenting and more.
Social Clout: 3,283+ followers, 3,101+ likes
Bragging Rights: working on relationships to better improve lives
Marriage therapist Dr. Bing Wall authors this blog, which is intended to help couples find shared happiness. Topics cover issues of adultery, anger, fighting and sexuality in marriage. The Successful Marriage section points to cases where couples persevered through Wall’s Heart to Heart communication method.
That Married Couple
Bragging Rights: living and loving intentionally
At That Married Couple (plus two), Elizabeth and Gregory chronicle their family’s adventures through everyday life to help other parents along the way. Launched in 2008, they offer advice on food, home repairs, femininity, sports and natural family planning. Join their parenting adventure through both their blog and website.
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