Tag: valentines day

Put Your Money Where Your Marriage Is

Men and women have always kept secrets from their spouse. Among the many secrets kept, money, sex and secrets about family are the most common. Our friends at Deals.com have produced this infographic to illustrate the lack of communication between couples and how it has gotten worse over the years.

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Week On The Web: Valentine’s Day Ideas on a Budget

Valentines Day Ideas on a Budget – By BallersOnBudgets.com

Getting your loved one a gift for Valentines Day shouldn’t be a wallet breaking chore if you go about it with the right mindset. This is a holiday based on showing your significant other that you love and appreciate them not how much money you can spend. There are plenty of simple things that you can do to add a little romance to your relationship. Check out these two articles we wrote for both sexes that should help spark some fun and creative Valentine’s Day gift ideas for you and yours.

For Women on a Budget

For Men on a Budget

30 Frugal Gift Ideas To Show You Appreciate Someone – By zenhabits

For anyone still stumped on what to get your guy or girl this Valentine’s Day, here’s another article on how to show someone you appreciate them by making your gifts more personal.  This list of 30 gift ideas will surely help those looking to make that thoughtful gesture without costing them a ton of cash.

10 Best Indoor At Home Exercises & Workouts without Equipment – By Casey Slide

Besides paid trainers, not a lot of people will say that you have to go to a gym to be able to work out.  If anything, the success of the workout video business should tell you that you have everything you need to get in shape right in the comfort of your own home.  From traditional things like jump rope, lunges and jumping jacks to less obvious methods like cleaning and dancing, there are plenty of ways to get that heartbeat up and those pounds off.

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Valentines Day Ideas for Men on a Budget

According to Dr. Travis Stork, the benefits of being in love include fewer doctor visits, faster healing, less depression, less substance abuse, lower blood pressure, less anxiety, fewer colds, longer life and of course, a happier life. By these measures, love is a cure for everything. If this is the case, why is it so hard to make love work? One recent survey concludes that nine out of ten women just want to feel special on Valentines Day. If there is no argument that Valentines Day is the official holiday of romance, then one can assume that in order to make love work you must, at all times, treat your mate as if she is the most precious gem in the world.

At work delivery

Even when occurring on a weekend, not many people enjoy the luxury of having Valentines Day off from work. Women love to stand out amongst their friends and sending something to your mates workplace can have her churning with excitement and anticipation of seeing you later. Don’t stick to traditional flowers. Send something like an edible chocolate-dipped fruit bouquet, or a hand written poem delivered by singing telegram. Ensure that the moment she returns

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