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    I totally agree. I would think that if I was stressed out about bill collectors calling, passion might be the last thing on my list. I would also like to say, ahem, what would you say happens when frugal couples look for fun that is free?!?

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    I would have to agree. My DH and I just discussed over Christmas how much we miss a lot of the things we use to do when life was less stressful (I didn't work at that time). We have both made it are mission to start doing family things (hiking, biking, bowling, etc) that seem to have gotten lost in the caos of are lives right now. We are also working towards a goal of me finding a new job part time. We are aiming for Spring.

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    As I got back into the car at the post office today (I had just mailed $700 extra to my car loan), DH said, "Watching your woman mail extra money to a loan is the biggest turn on ever!" And he had a wicked grin on his face! I was laughing so hard, almost peed my pants!

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    bwhahahahahah. priceless!

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    good article. And I have to agree. It is easier to enjoy life and do things together when you dont have to spend all your free time taking care of extra "stuff"

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    This article came at the perfect time for me. My Dh and I were just "discussing" the need to declutter our closets, cupboards, shelves and downsize some of our furniture. We have 7 months to get this place ready for the baby. I thought I would be more on board with getting rid of extra stuff. As it turns out, I am having a very difficult time letting go of things.

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    I absolutely agree and I'd also add that nothing fosters passion more than living with little stress and working toward and achieving goals together.

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