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Schedule the romance November 3, 2007

Posted by Gerry Baron in Hero Moments, Things to do, Tools to Use.
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Lovendar

There are dozens of tools designed to improve productivity at work, and the population incorporating them into their daily lives continues to grow. Today, Lovendar launches its new romantic reminder program, designed to help committed couples keep their love lives romantic, exciting, and successful using their computers’ calendar software.

Lovendar is a romance planner that works with the popular Microsoft Outlook® calendar program for PCs. Throughout the year, Lovendar delivers 170 romantic ideas and reminders to users’ desktops and PDAs. At $17.50 for the downloadable version, this romantic calendar keeps customers in strong relationships for two, for less than the cost of dinner for one.

The program is sold exclusively at http://www.lovendar.com

Lovendar is available in His and Her editions. Both provide gender-specific ideas for individuals. When used by a couple, the programs complement each other, keeping partners on track for a mutually attentive relationship.

As we all know, most relationships don’t fall apart due to lack of intent, but rather lack of attention. Simple gestures are left undone in our busy lives. Lovendar addresses this problem by helping individuals prioritize romance on a regular basis. Some examples of the action prompts Lovendar users regularly receive include

    For Him:      -- Bring home a fresh cut flower and a hand written note. Finish this        sentence in your note: I really love you when you ...     -- This weekend, remind her of your first date, and recreate some or all        of it.     -- Text her "I am thinking of you." Do it now.       For Her:      -- Junk food night. Serve his favorite junk food for dinner by candlelight.     -- Write down five romantic things he has done lately and share how it        made you feel.     -- Leave a love note in his underwear drawer tonight.

Lovendar is a valuable tool for anyone in a committed relationship. In addition to being a self-help tool to keep love alive, it’s also a great gift for romantic holidays.

Guys, have you ever bought any of these? September 22, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Getting Married, Husbands are doing, Manhood, Marriage, Marriage Jokes, romance, Staying Married, Things to do.
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Maxi Pads…

Have you ever purchased any of these for your wife?

I grew up in a large family, two older brothers and four sisters, where I was the youngest. So when I was of age, around 10, I was often sent to the store by my mother or my sisters. My mother typically wanted me to get eggs, milk, cereal or bread. My sisters sent me to the store for “PADS”. As a young boy, I had no idea what “PADS” were. My sisters would send me to the store with an old box of “PADS” that I could use as a benchmark. Now bear in mind I had no idea what these were used for..thus the funny looks as I stood in line to purchase them were puzzling.

Even once I realize what they were used for I didn’t immediately stop going to the store for my sisters. I simply asked the, bagger – as they snickered – to “Please Double or Triple bag these”. However, my sisters were immensely grateful that they had a brother that would put what little manhood – I was 10 – on the line to assist them in their time of need.

As a husband, I am often sent to the store. Now guys I’m sure you can relate or have been in this situation yourself; you are in line about to ring up the first item and you get a call from your wife and she says, “Can you get me some pads”. You begin to scream inside, “NNNNOOOOOOOO, not pads, anything but those”. You begin to think what if someone sees me in the “PAD AISLE”. This feeling of dread is felt by most men. But, I have a different perspective.

How does it make your wife feel when about you? My wife stated, “I really appreciate it when you do this for me, one I feel special and two, I know you are secure in your manhood when you buy them for me.” Guys, I can remember one day when I purchased some “PADS” the cashier made such a big deal about it. She told the other cashiers and the Store Manager (Female) standing within ear-shot, “I wish my husband would do this for me.” It’s the simple things within a marriage that make your wife feel special.

So go ahead, ask your wife if she needs any “PADS” and Go get em boys..

Is He Everything To You… August 23, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Manhood, Things to do.
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Guys and Gals,

This is a most see video. The video’s a little fuzzy, but the message is loud and clear…Click Below…

EVERYTHING..

Feature Interview… July 23, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in About Us, Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Manhood, Marriage, Romance Leadership, Things to do, Uncategorized.
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Hello everyone, we at By Husbands for Husbands want you check out an awesome five part interview of our company.

VC- TV

Kristina Tomaz-Young is founder of VCTV – Venture Cap TV where they connect exciting start-ups on the rise with solid investors. The interview is a five part series. Its a must read as we have provided some solid insight into our concept and its future plans for growth and expansion.

To Read Click Here…

Word…. June 6, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Appreciation, Hero Thought, Humor, Marriage, Things to do.
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Essay

You.
Can.
Only.
Type.
One.
Word.
Try.
It.
Yourself.

1. Where is your cell phone?
Hip

2. Relationship?
Great.

3. Your hair?
Bald.

4. Work?
Inspiring.

5. Your sister?
Strange.

6. Your favorite thing?
Reading.

7. Your dream last night?
Sex 🙂

8. Your favorite drink at Starbucks?
Americano.

9. Your dream car?
Cayenne.

10. The room you’re in?
Den.

11. Your shoes?
birkenstock.

12. Your fears?
Failure.

13. What do you want to be in 10 years?
Trusted.

14. Who did you hang out with this weekend?
Family.

15. What you’re not good at?
Patience.

16. Breakfast?
Coffee.

17. One of your wish list items?
Pinehurst. (Golf Course)

18. Where you grew up?
New York.

19. The last thing you did?
Showered.

20. What are you wearing?
Sweatshirt.

21. What aren’t you wearing?
Earrings.

22. Your pet(s)?
None

23. Your computer?
HP

24. Your life?
Stable.

26. Missing?
Cord

27. What are you thinking about right now?
Wife.

28. Your car?
Old.

29. Your kitchen?
OK.

30. Your summer?
Uneventful.

31. Your favorite color?
Blue.

32. When is the last time you laughed?
Yesterday.

33. When was the last time you cried?
Friday.

34. School?
Neverending.

35. Love?
Family 🙂

Romance On A Stationary Bike… May 16, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in romance, Romance Leadership, Romantic Husband, Things to do.
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Couple on bike

I know this title seems weird, but it’s very relevant to today’s blog. But I have a question, can you spend 96 hours straight alone with your wife or husbands riding a bike.

Read Article

The article sparked something in me. I began to think of the longest amount of time my wife and spent together. I mean together; no kids, no breaks, no work, no one leaving to go to the store. I can only come up with 72 hours on our vacation in Florida.

In reading the article, the couple rode a stationary bike for 96 hours straight hours, with little breaks here and there, to break the Guinness Book of World Records. I was inspired. Why?

My wife and I just began to exercise with each other again. We spend 1 hour a day together, just us; no kids, no phones (except the one time, I answered the phone to talk to Gerry – I create a “Anti-Hero Moment”)

So it got me thinking.

When was the last time you and your spouse spend quality time together. More than 1 hour.

Do you think you can spend 96 straight hours with your spouse?
If so, Why…If no, why not.

By Husbands For Husband – Radio Interview May 14, 2007

Posted by Steve Worthy in Books, Date Night, Romance Leadership, Things to do.
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Blue

Listen to Gerry and Steve as they are interviewed by one BlogTalkRadio’s most popular radio host, Ms. Blue. They will be discussing the By Husbands For Husbands concept, our upcoming book and provide tips on how Husbands can Become Heroes.

Monday May 14, @ 9PM EST

Click here for more details…