Why Date Night is so Important!!!!

The Top 3 Excuses Date Nights Don’t Happen! And 3 Tips To Make ‘em start! So Date Nights aren’t happening.  That’s right – the more couples we ask the more excuses we hear.  We know, we know when you hear date night you think googly eyes and a romantic dinner. Question?  Is that what Date […]

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The 3 Best Love and Money Tips

Here are The 3 Best Love and Money Tips. On your wedding day, as you and your spouse stood in front of your friends and family and promised to love and cherish each other forever, you probably weren’t thinking about fighting. But anyone who’s been married more than a week knows that fights will happen, […]

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3 Clever Ways To Kickstart Your Date Nights
kickstart your date nights

If you’ve been married a while it’s easy to let date nights be a thing of the past.  But there’s a huge win for both of you to kickstart your date nights. Set aside time to connect (without the kids) each week or at least each month. Investing in your marriage is not too different […]

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Couples Sharing Finances? There Are Apps For That!
couples sharing finances

Previously Published on: CreditCards.com by Susan Johnston Taylor A couple of years ago, when my husband and I first started merging our finances, we looked for an app that would allow us to keep an eye on each other’s accounts and understand our overall financial picture without making all our bank accounts and credit cards […]

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Feel Better About Your Money Decisions Today!
feel better about your money decisions

Every day involves some type of money decision – eat out or brown bag, premium fuel or regular, donate to a worthy cause or pass, allowance for the kids or not. The decisions are endless. And if you’re making those decisions with a spouse, the odds that you see eye-to-eye on 100% of those decisions […]

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When Opposite Money Personalities Attract
opposite Money Personalities

The other day we were talking to a young lady and she was telling us about her Saver Money Personality – she gets a thrill out of the coupon section in the Sunday paper! Our comment to her was, “We bet your fiancé is the exact opposite.” She said…“YOU’RE RIGHT! How did you know?” We […]

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Money and Engagement – Do They Mix?
money and engagement

Scott and I were asked to write about money and engagement in a chapter in a book for soon-to-be-married couples. Our topic was “Getting Along About Money.” Right up our alley, right? Definitely! Funny thing is, it caused Scott and I to talk specifically about our own engagement and what we discussed before getting married. It sounded like […]

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Why Pointing Out The Negative Hurts
why pointing out the negative hurts

It wasn’t hard for me to see why pointing out the negative hurts. Last night we were cleaning up the dishes and I (Bethany) stuck a semi-dirty plate in the dishwasher right before Scott was ready to close it. Scott took the plate, that I had just loaded, out of the dishwasher, rinsed it off […]

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3 Fun Ways to Spark Romance

The pressures of life and work create a challenging environment for romance, don’t they? Making time for date nights is hard. We get it. Let us help you put the spark back into your romance. Think back to when you first fell in love with one another. You couldn’t wait to spend time together—long walks […]

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Improve Your Money Conversations NOW!
money, prenup

You’ve been dating and are starting to be filled with hope and excitement as you think about your future together. Where will you live? What kind of family will you have? What kind of adventures will you experience How would you handle your money as a couple? If one of those things doesn’t seem to […]

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Getting an F in Marriage? How to Get an A Today!
F in Marriage

This article originally appeared in Your Tango While our kids are eagerly anticipating summer vacation, parents considering a divorce are going back to school. Oklahoma lawmakers signed a bill requiring divorcing couples with children under the age of 18 to complete a mandatory educational program. We guess parents are not going to be thrilled about […]

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