Nancy & Joshua Weintraub tie the knot in the lucious Indian Ridge Preserve in Hudson Valley, New York.Read More
The High Point Country club is a great hidden gem for weddings, tucked in the mountains of north jersey. Beautiful overlook of a lake, and lovely fire pit patio make this a nice location to get married.Read More
I begin a new section of our blog by examining the good vs. the bad when it comes to wedding photography, to help couples find the right wedding photographer. This section details the differences between good and bad group photography. Group shots are just as important as the newlywed couple photos, and deserve just as much attention and artistry. Many photographers get lazy during these group photos. See what I'm talking about....Read More
Wedding planning advice from a photographer. If you're planning a wedding, this is your best bet to get the truth from a professional who not only has had a wedding, but is constantly at them!Read More
As I put my short film Death By Scrabble online for all the world to see, I reflect on the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival that it screened at this past month. You can also see the film in this post!Read More
With one of my favorite TV personalities retiring tonight, I reflect on David Letterman's impression on me from high school and how much his comedy has meant to me over the years. I will always love Dave.Read More
With the 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival making Hollywood and film industry headlines, I can't help but get caught up in all the action again, and look back at the exciting week I had at Cannes in 2013.Read More
Here is all the information, tips, tricks, and advice you need on finding the perfect apartment! Find the best apartment you can by using this guide to help you rememember all the important factors that go into finding an apartment.Read More
Everyone has heard the famous saying, "happy wife, happy life," but marriage is a team effort, so as much as I hate to admit it, this is not reality my babies.
Two days ago my Auntie Barbara commented on my "How to Be a Good Wife" post (link below) with some words of advice that were so incredibly apropos for the kind of day that Ryan and I were having.
"For a happy marriage, the wife needs to be half blind and the husband needs to be half deaf."
I love this advice and considering my aunt has been married for 52 years, this is tried and true. This seems like a much more realistic mindset than the happy wife adage. So Ryan, if you are reading this, I promise to work on being more half-blind... I am pretty sure you already have the half deaf part down pat :) love you!
Thanks Aunt Barb!
Do you have any happy marriage advice that you swear by? Share below!
To see the original post "How to Be a Good Wife" go here: http://ryangeigerphotography.com/pms/2014/11/6/episode-1-how-to-be-a-good-wife
**PMS: Post Marital Saga is a sarcastic, silly, yet honest blog about life and marriage written by Brittany Geiger**