A new trend is brewing for many couples who can’t afford to go on an extended honeymoon as expected by the norm of our culture. Reasons vary from financial to time constraints or even family obligations, especially if there are elderly parents or young school-age children.
A honey-weekend resolves the matter and extends the idea of the honeymoon over a long period of time. Instead of going for one or two weeks to Europe, for example, newlyweds could take three separate weekends to different new places where they can be intimate and away from family and friends.
The idea behind a honeymoon is to get to know each other better when removed from both of their environments, daily routines, chores, commitments, and work, so they can focus on just their relationship and how to live together under one roof! When their lives start off with fun intimate times, facing life after they come back becomes somewhat bearable. When life becomes challenging and problems start to pop up, they’ll need to reconnect at the same level as the honeymoon. So, honey weekends become a substitute for a long honeymoon to several weekends where newlyweds become (as I call it the 5 Rs) Removed, Reinstated, and Reconnected several times. Their reconnection Reignites their passion and Rejuvenates their love.