3 Ways To Resist A Sale
Enjoy EVERY Single Dollar You SPEND
Just last week I was shopping for a new table online. When suddenly one caught my eye. I decided I didn’t want it so I left the site. Then an hour later, I was on Facebook and there was that same table, the exact one, on my feed. It actually creeped me out…like the Sale […]
Keep Your Spouse From Freaking Out When You Spend Money
Don’t feel bad about cashing in on your happiness; enjoy every single dollar you spend! Love to spend money? We do! On ourselves and on others…that’s right that comes naturally to us as both of us have Primary Money Personalities of Spenders. There are a gazillion great reasons to fork over the cash, swipe that […]
Hoarding – A Spender Gone Wild?
You spend money every day. You have to. But does he have to freak out about it? Not anymore. Here are 3 ways to keep your spouse from freaking out when you spend money. Can you remember the last day you didn’t have to pay for something? It’s almost impossible. You spend money every day. You […]
Nature vs. Nurture – Did I get my Money Personality From My Parents?
Hoarding – A Spender Gone Wild? A Lesson in Hoarding and Addiction We love having the opportunity to share our relationship-saving message with people from all over the globe. It’s such a treat to talk to so many people whose relationships have been saved or improved, and always fun to hear the wide variety of […]
Put Joy Back into Gift Giving…& Getting
When we talk with people about their Money Personalities, someone always asks us, “Did I get my Money Personality from my parents? Was I born with them, or was it how I was raised? The answer is yes and not really. We see example after example that verifies your two Money Personalities are part of […]
We were talking to a couple yesterday (we’ll call them Sean and Tiffiny) about last year’s painful gift-giving experience. They know now that Sean is a Security Seeker/Spender and Tiffiny is a Saver/Security Seeker. Last Christmas they had a knockdown, yelling match because Sean had finally “had it.” With hurt feelings, how can they put […]