Connecting is one of the great joys of life and sometimes with our nearest and dearest, like our partner, we receive the most nourishment and yet is sometimes the most taken for granted!

Share tea moments together for your connection time over this busy holiday season with the person who loves you and knows you the best.

For it was not into my ear you whispered, but into my heart. It was not my lips you kissed, but my soul.” – Judy Garland

To inspire your day start off on the right track with a little extra time in the morning to orient to the day and share a peaceful tea moment before your hectic days’ begin. Tea moments with your partner You can both provide love and encouragement to start the day in the best way – peacefully and receptively.

Sharing a cup of tea with your partner is also a perfect way to end your day. As you share your day with the one person who knows you intimately, you begin to relax, feel rejuvenated and now you can breathe. It’s soul soothing!

Love is the condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.” – Robert Heinlein

A virtual tea moment? Why not! You can share tea moments with your partner even in their absence. Whether they are away with their work, in the service, etc. they are still with us. Set your partner’s picture on the table, make yourself a cup of tea and share your thoughts and feelings; out loud or internally, it doesn’t matter. You can feel their love and their presence. And with technology today, distances are easily crossed with Skype, Facetime, and other great applications.

Once again you are revived and rejuvenated and are inspired to re-enter the holiday mayhem.

Ahhh… a tea moment –

PS – check out our Libre tea Facebook page this weekend for a special offer!

 

Where and when do you share tea moments with your partner?

Share with us for a chance to win this week’s tea giveaway!

 

Here are 2 teas we suggest for tea moments with your partner:

Gran’s Spicy Cake from Tea Desire in BC, AB & SK
Snowy Mountain Jianfrom Tea Leafs in Williamsville, NY

Congratulations to Gracie who won last week’s Friendships and Tea Moments Giveaway.

 

More reading on the partner connection:
How to improve your couple connection during stressful times
Marriage the true meaning

Comments (19)

  1. Shawna

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    my boyfriend and i spent our first dates talking over tea 🙂 we continue this on a regular basis!

  2. Amanda Alvarado

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    We like to sit down after our daughter is in bed and have a cup of tea (or coffee) and talk about our day.

  3. Danielle

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    I’m a huge tea drinker and my hubby loves his coffee. We share moments whenever we can. It’s hard to get time alone with a 16, 15 and 4 year old in the house. Every morning we drink our tea and coffee before we get the kids up for school. It’s a very small amount of time but it is ours!!

  4. Kimberly

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    I share tea moments with my husband at our local coffee shop in the morning after breakfast.

  5. Reply

    We always treat ourselves to warm to and take them on our famous roadtrips around Ontario. We no longer leave Canada for days off, we now find cool spots and destinations around us, and support small businesses and Canadian businesses. We always seem to have a great time.

  6. Sunnymay

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    Feeling as though I’m off to a good start, I begin my day with green tea taking it with me in a reusable travel bottle.

  7. Olivia Rubin

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    At the end of the day, we make it a point to have a “date” and each sit down with tea, turn of the lights, hold hands and watch tv.

  8. Kristina Gutierrez

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    well my husband works the night shift and when he gets home we pretty much go to sleep. sleeps most the day so unfortunately we don’t have a whole lot of time for talking. Sunday is his only day off, so when we don’t have anything that needs to be done on Sundays thats when we get to share our special moments together, and sit and talk and catch up over tea 🙂

  9. Mary

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    We like to sit and look at our view of the city and drink tea, especially when it’s raining.

  10. Amy Z.

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    We like to have tea and chat together when we don’t have busy mornings, especially when it’s cold out!

  11. Carolyn Hernandez

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    On Saturday & Sunday mornings on our backyard deck; weather permitting. We share it at the kitchen table if it’s too wet/cold out. We take turns cooking breakfast.

  12. Denise Houle

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    My husband and I enjoy a cup of tea together every morning. No matter how busy or stressed – there really isn’t anything we can’t overcome with a cup of tea and a loving chat! 🙂

  13. Elizabeth G

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    my mom comes out to visit me twice a year, and we always make sure to hit our favorite tea shops, taste new ones, bring home more than we should and enjoying it while she’s visiting.

  14. Victoria S.

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    My husband and I share our tea moment every afternoon when we both get home from work. We make tea and take some time to just sit and share what happened that day. It’s a wonderful time both to decompress from the workday and to communicate with each other, which helps keep our relationship strong. I cherish every afternoon!

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