Itâ€™s our very last night in Scottsdale. I am sad to say goodbye. I really love this city!
And I am REALLY sad to say goodbye to the weather. Tomorrow, itâ€™s suppose to be a HIGH of 38 during the day in Charlotte â€“ thatâ€™s what the low at night is here in Scottsdale! :( Iâ€™m just not cut out for that kind of weather.
And not only does Scottsdale have great weather, but the dining is so amazing. I only got to eat at some of the restaurants I wanted to try.
Tonightâ€™s dinner at True Food was the best meal we had in Scottsdale!
I was immediately intrigued by the Edamame Dumplings appetizer. This is definitely something that Iâ€™m going to try to recreate at home.
I debated between several of the vegetarian entrees (which were clearly labeled â€“ this seems to be a trend here!) and decided on the Tofu Teriyaki bowl. I was won over by the description of yummy greens. Plus, Iâ€™m probably in need of some vegetarian protein.
So, the Husband and I were discussing how important we think vacationing is for us as a couple. When you work together, your whole life can quickly become a giant stress ball. Days often go by in which all the Husband and I discuss is workâ€¦ I think couples who work together (or really any couple at all) can just start to associate their partner with stress if they arenâ€™t careful. We obviously love each other very much and try to be romantic, but itâ€™s just TOO easy to get catch up in the day-to-day stresses. Getting away for a vacation is really exactly what we needed to refocus our priorities and relax. It feels so good! :) We need to make the time (and save the money) to vacation more often.
Sometimes, people ask in the comments section if I would ever do a â€˜relationship adviceâ€™ post since weâ€™re young-er and happily married (for two years and seventeen days and countingâ€¦ but pretty much together since we were 19!), and I always laugh. I guess neither the Husband or myself feel like a relationship expert. Iâ€™m just not qualified to write that blog post! But I would say my biggest piece of advice for a happy relationship is to constantly assess the dynamic between yourself and your partner and figure out ways to make it better. Literally do a State of the Union every few months! And go on vacations, too. 🙂
Going to catch some ZZZs. I want to fit in one more fun activity before I leave Arizona!