5 Tips to Survive Living Together in the First Six Months!

When your wedding gown is neatly folded and stored and you’ve already sent out all your thank you cards, what’s next? It’s often said that a wedding is not the end but the beginning of a whole new experience. There’s waking up beside each other, eating meals together, and simply sharing every moment at home! While the experience of having a lifetime partner can be fun and intimate, it can also get unnerving especially if your husband squeezes the toothpaste tube on top when you want it squeezed at the bottom. Or when you prefer to have the lights on while sleeping and he wants it off. How do you survive the first six months of living together under one roof, then? Camella gives us five tips on how you can peacefully co-exist under one house after your wedding day.

Share household tasks
Moving into a new space, at the same time adjusting to having a forever housemate, can be so exciting! But when the plates start piling up on the sink and the dust accumulates on the floor, who will be in charge of cleaning up? One tip for a peaceful married life is to divide tasks and conquer them together. You can also make a schedule on who will do what for the week so all bases are covered. You’ll get your home organized and get to bond with each other. Win-win.

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Camella’s 142 sqm. Freya home has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a garage


(Layout) Really spend time together
Many forms of distractions at home can keep any married couple from being in the moment. So make sure that you put down your gadgets while at home so you can focus on each other and enjoy quality couple time. Use one of the five bedrooms in the Freya home as your entertainment area where you can just lounge and listen to music while drinking a glass of wine on a Friday night. If you and your husband are into playing games, you can convert another bedroom into a game room. The Freya Home by Camella has enough space to house all of your hobbies, passions, and your future plans of building a family as well.



(Layout) Say Thank You
If you think about it, this phrase is so basic but often overlooked. Always be intentional in expressing your gratitude to your partner. It can be a quick hug, a peck on the cheek, or a written “thank you!” note. Take this tip to heart and for sure, your partner will never feel taken for granted.


(Layout) Laugh at your mistakes
Mistakes will happen: undercooking a chicken dish, accidentally leaving a red sock in your all-white laundry, or pouring salt on your sugar container. Frustrating, yes. But it’s also funny as heck once you get past the shock! Living together is a series of making mistakes and learning from them, until eventually, you are both attuned to each one’s habits and needs. A happy marriage is made even stronger when you learn not to sweat the small stuff.


(Layout) Stay in and cuddle up
Don’t you just crave for slow and restful weekends without worries in mind? Whenever you can, grab the chance to just cuddle up in the comforts of your own Camella home. For 45 years, this developer has been providing safe and secure homes for newlyweds and families alike.

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