It has long been argued that men and women differ greatly when it comes to shopping, but how are they really distinct?
The first major difference is that most women actually look forward to holiday shopping, 60%; while only 42% of men do. However, this does not mean women are the only ones shopping. Also, women relate more to Santa Claus than men, while men relate more to the Grinch.
Everyone hates long lines at the mall, but men seem to be turning more toward online shopping.
Almost two years have passed since you both said “I do” and now your 2nd wedding anniversary is coming up, and as so many times before on occasions that etiquette requires the exchanging of gifts, you get stuck in a gift tunnel vision. An example is the spouse who buys flowers for every birthday, anniversary or holiday. Now don’t get me wrong, flowers are great, and so is filet mignon but I don’t want it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Get the point? Mix it up, put a little thought into it.
Valentine's Day is a day to show someone you care. It's not a national holiday and if you are single you ae not expected to celebrate it. You never really know how it is going to go until you have been dating someone for a while. You see, a lot of people don't like Valentine's Day, but no one doesn't want to celebrate it. For some people, it is important that they show that they aren't too involved in a “Hallmark holiday”. If you are dating one of these, you need to come up with just the right Valentines day...