These are some points that have helped my marriage in more ways than I can count. I don't always fulfill every point, but I have tried to be consistent.
I hope it spurs you on to try at least one thing on the list to encourage and bless your husband.
Dress to Please
When husband comes home from work be prepared with comfortable and pretty clothing. Nothing elaborate; a simple skirt and blouse will do as long as it is clean. A little lipstick never hurts. And if you're feeling real good, splash on a bit of perfume.
Greet at the Door
Greeting your man at the door lets him know he was missed. Give him a big hug and kiss. Let the children see how much you love their father. It's a good thing to show godly affection while they are young and impressionable.
Have Dinner Ready When He Arrives
This is a tough one for me, but I'm starting to believe that old saying the way to a man's heart is through his belly. My husband loves it when dinner is ready and served. He's a different man - I do not lie. He passes his hand through his hair, grabs a chair and sits, puts a babe on his lap, and is ready to share his day.
I'm ready to fall down, but that's a different story. I'm just kidding (wink).
Keep the Conversation Light
Don't start complaining about your day; keep the conversation light and respectful. You may have had a hard day, but keep in mind that breaking down will not make the situation better. It only serves to weaken you and the household.
Ask him questions about his day instead. Encourage, comfort, and sooth with words that tell of your admiration and respect for him. A man's greatest need is to be admired and respected.
You are Beautiful
Remember you are fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139). Your husband finds you attractive and desires to be intimate with you. Don't push him away because of poor self image. Change your perspective; believe what God says about you.
If there are things about yourself that can be improved, then do so. However, keep in mind that many times poor self image can only be improved by addressing the root issue - which in most cases is a distorted perception of what we think we're supposed to look like.