...and one way NOT to.
First, the good side. Jeffrey Tucker of the Mises Institute in an oldie but goodie; How to Dress Like a Man. Those among us who have walked around the South Pole in shorts may not like the advice, but for the rest of us, it's a darned good idea. Does your wife really deserve to be married to a bum? Here are some other ideas from Mr. Tucker on how to improve your domestic life, from turning your water heater up, to manners, to ending your use of shaving cream. Try some, try all, and make your spouse a happier lady.
Next, what not to do; don't pay attention to those who would convert romance into prose from the poetry that it is--those who would change the waltz of love into a mosh pit. You know the type; those who (like Cosmo) would boil it down to new positions and techniques (creating a ton of business for chiropractors, I'd guess), those who would make their first great love into a Ph.D. thesis (I am sadly not making this up), and those who would reduce it to gadgets, scents, and impressive "dates."
Remember; Anne Bradstreet didn't have all these things, and she wrote this. We do have these "romantic charlatans," and we've got a 50% divorce rate. Do the math, and learn some poetry.
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