Do you have to bite your tongue about money to enhance your relationships?
I sure do. For example, 16-yr-old gets good value out of our unlimited texting plan. DH thinks it's worthwhile since DD enjoys it so much.
Me? A waste of cash. But, for family harmony, it's worth it.
And I had to...
Now, DH works hard and provides for us well.
This year, he's getting a nice raise. Since we're doing okay, I want to put a bit of it into the budget -- and add the rest to his pre-tax retirement contributions.
In previous years, DH has never made a peep when I've decided things like that...
Dh brushes his tongue and has taught dd to brush hers when she brushes her teeth as well. This was never something I was taught to do growing up and it's not something that I do now because it makes me gaggy.
Do you? Are you supposed to? What's the deal with it?
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