Posts Tagged ‘Tony and Kris’
Sure you could tune in to Dr. Phil for some tough love advice about the state of your relationship or have a sit-down for a coffee with your closest girlfriends to vent about your husband’s domestic shortcomings.
But have you ever considered the advice of Adam Smith or perhaps John Maynard Keynes?
There’s a lot you could learn about marital bickering from these two dead economists. So say the authors of the new book “Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage & Dirty Dishes.” The authors Paula Szuchman and Jenny Anderson, who write for The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, have applied the market rules of cold, hard capitalism to the economy of your marriage to help you efficiently allocate limited resources such as time, money, sanity and, yes, even your sex drive.
When you need to see a doctor, you want an appointment a.s.a.p. Trouble is, your idea of “possible” is usually very different than the doc’s idea: Nationwide the average American waits 21 days for an appointment, according to a report by Merritt Hawkins & Associates. Here’s how to see your doctor sooner.
There’s a new temptation threatening to come between you and your guy: (more…)