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Who Should Pay When Eating Out?

By , February 13th, 2017

I just enjoyed a delightful lunch with an old friend. I drove to her office and we walked to a nearby seafood restaurant where we were able to relax and catch up. It was quite a pleasure and I had a completely and thoroughly entertaining meal with her. After we had finished our lunch, the […]


How Having A Family Member Steal Money From Me Taught Me To Protect My Finances

By , September 28th, 2016

Having a family member steal money from you can be one of the most disappointing and upsetting things to ever happen to you. Family members are supposed to be trustworthy and should aim to help, not hinder, you. Although stealing money from family members is something that should never happen, there are lessons that you […]


Phubbing: How Smartphone Behavior Can Impact Your Romantic Relationships

By , October 4th, 2015

Attending to your smartphone while spending time with a romantic partner may have a far greater cost than you imagine. Recently researchers at Texas’s Baylor University have found that use of cellphone can ruin romantic relationships and increase depression. ‘When you think about the results, they are astounding,’ said James Roberts, professor of Marketing at […]


Risks of Loaning Money to Family and Friends

By , October 1st, 2015

There are many risk to lending money to family and friends. After all, people typically don’t like discussing money with anyone, let alone their friends. So bringing a personal money transaction between you and your friends/family carries significant risk. Many financial experts warn against giving loans to family and friends. Dave Ramsey¬†discourages anyone from lending […]


Is It Okay to Give Cash for a Bar Mitzvah Gift?

By , September 28th, 2015

For many non-Jewish guests, being invited to a bar mitzvah is an honor but also a little bit intimidating. If it is their first time attending a bar mitzvah they are not sure what to expect and how to dress. Deciding what to give as the bar mitzvah gift can also be overwhelming. Where do […]


Cash for an Anniversary Gift

By , September 28th, 2015

An invitation to an anniversary party does not imply than an anniversary gift is expected, but people generally give a gift unless the couple explicitly states they do not want gifts. Anniversaries have traditional gifts based on the number of years the couple has been married. For example, paper is the traditional 1st anniversary gift […]


More Sleep Increases Libido in Men and Women

By , September 24th, 2015

Many people do not realize that the amount of sleep they get each night can determine their sex drive. Robert Thayer, PhD, a professor of psychology at California State University believes that the combination of low energy and increased tension caused by lack of sleep leads to sexual dysfunction. Chronic sleep loss takes a heavy […]


Get 8 Hours of Sleep for Increased Sex Drive

By , September 24th, 2015

The benefits of getting the recommended 8 hours of sleep each night are numerous. Regularly getting enough sleep improves your mood, improves your brain function, and increases your energy. The most surprising benefit of getting the recommended amount of sleep is an increased sex drive. A recent study has found that a one-hour increase in […]


More Sleep and More Sex Go Hand in Hand

By , September 24th, 2015

If you want to have more sex, the answer may be to get more sleep. The amount of sleep you get each night can have a considerable effect on your sex life. Sex hormones like testosterone tend to rise with sleep and fall when there is a lack of it, causing erectile dysfunction in men […]


Why More Young Adults Get Help from Mom and Dad

By , September 19th, 2015

The US Census Bureau released a report that 30% of young adults were living with their parents. That is more than any other generation since 1980. A number factors such as unemployment, college enrollment as well as generational perspectives are driving this trend. A poll conducted by Clark University in 2013 found that 74% of […]

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