“Planning for Thanksgiving and Christmas should take place months in advance. They are not a surprise.” —Dave Ramsey
What would it feel like to celebrate a financially stress free Christmas?
Would you be able to relax, enjoy family, and have a great night of sleep?
The fact is the holidays show up, like clockwork every year and yet you still act surprised every single time the Christmas decorations show up in the stores.
How did this happen?
What are we going to do about the holidays?
What are we going to buy?
How much are we going to spend?
Where is the money going to come from?
Money matters and planning for the holidays can be the difference between a Merry Christmas OR acting like scrooge and taking a Bah Humbug approach.
Money has a huge impact on every aspect of your marriage.
The connection you have both inside and outside of the bedroom.
Money impacts your conversations.
It impacts your activities including date nights, vacations and how you spend your time.
The truth is that when you learn the skills to be able to not just talk about money but to get on the same team about money a shift happens in your marriage like no other.
When the two of you talk about money and plan together you’ll experience many benefits:
- Unity of purpose
- No surprises
- Lowers stress
- Better sex
Deepening your financial intimacy will make this year the best Christmas ever.
In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about what the two of you can do to get on the same page with your financial intimacy as the holidays approach.
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