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Finances can be a huge problem point in relationships, but opening up the dialogue about spending is one of the best things you can do. The Wall Street Journal put together a list of some essential questions to get that painfully awkward conversation started.
It can be tempting to buy a knife block, or buy a set for a friend who’s into cooking as a housewarming gift. Don’t do it. The money you spend on a knife set packed with subpar knives could be used to buy fewer excellent knives that will last a lifetime. Here’s why you should steer clear, and what you — or your aspiring chef friend — should own instead.
You shouldn’t shop when you’re hungry, but if you absolutely have to (or have a problem with impulse buys), a simple drinking game can help. Before you go whipping out your flask, though, this is a water drinking game.