What About Our Relationship With Money?

We discuss several different types of relationships here on this blog. But an important one that we’ve never mentioned is that relationship we have with our money.

Sadly, not many people have a good or pleasant relationship with their finances. They work hard, and for long hours, only to see the fruit of their labour flushed out of their possession in the form of bills and spending at the end of each month.

I’ve been thinking about spending quite a lot recently, and ways in which so much of what we lose can be saved and utilised for our own benefit. I’ve been researching and constructing a book I called, ‘How to Sp£nd L€$$’ for the past four years. I haven’t included any of my findings here at the Relationship Supermarket, but my completed book is now available at Smashwords, for free downloads (as a limited offer).

As many of you know, I’ve spent four years of active research uncovering well-kept secrets which will help the average family spend less on food shopping, household bills, entertainment, large purchases and arbitrary outgoings. I’ve acid-proofed all the examples given in this book so you don't have to do any of the hard work. I hope you'll have a look at it and tell one friend about it too. It’s available here.

There is also a facebook fan page here. Thanks so much for your continued support. I can promise one thing, This book will help you with your relationship with money.

Why Girls Keep Dumping You

Some guys are blissfully unaware that they’re heading the right way for bottom kick to the curb. For various reasons, many women sadly stick with men who treat them badly. Meanwhile, the other side of the coin, men are given their marching papers for arbitrary reasons like having the wrong sort of laugh.


Are random reasons like the sound of his cough or his inability to sound his Rs, solid grounds for dumping a fellow? After all, these ‘shortcomings’ are mere eccentricities and not major character flaws.

In 'Why Girls Keep Dumping You' I outline some hilarious reasons why women feel the need to axe (well, virtually anyway) their men. Okay, some of them are more serious than others, but would you dump your guy if he behaved like one of the men in the article?

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The Best 'Start-Up' Pets for Young Children


Pets play an important role in teaching kids responsibility and many of life’s other vital skills. Having to take care of another creature and many times putting its needs above your own is one of the best ways to teach a child how to give selflessly.

There is no ‘across the board’ best pet for children. Each child is different, so the pet he/she is given has to fit in with the level of responsibility that particular child is able to cope with. When it comes to making the decision of getting a pet for your child, it’s better to start small and with the easiest option possible.
The last thing you want to do as a parent is to overwhelm your child with too much responsibility too soon (unless of course you are prepared to do all the work yourself).

The Best Start-Up Pets for Young Children lists a number of easy-to-care for pets. I also discuss basic ways in preparing for, and taking care of them.

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Anne Lyken-Garner is a published author, editor and freelance writer. Her specialities include relationships and confidence building. You can find her inspirational memoir here.
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