Expert dating advice
This doesn't mean you don't think interesting things or long to share them with your spouse.
The next time you stumble on, say, how to make a penny ball that repels slugs, make sure you share it with your husband, the gardener, by using a technique reported on by Adam Bryant in Quick and Nimble: Lessons from Leading CEOs on How to Create a Culture of Innovation.
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The emails give people a bird's-eye view of Crowley's thoughts and plans, writes Bryant.
And, best of all, are "a good way to start a conversation" that doesn't involve the cost of a babysitter or who forgot to make the reservation (again).
The next time he gets a promotion, invents a new marinade for the grill or wins first prize at the adults-only spelling bee, do more than say, "Hooray, Honey!
" As this handy graphic from the self-improvement website explains, couples who celebrated each other's successes in four steps—showing enthusiasm ("A spelling bee! "); asking questions ("So, 'babushka' counted even though it's Russian? "); and, reliving the moment with them ("So, what exactly went through your mind when you heard psychoneuroendocrinological? Further research proved that "people who did this three times a day for one week improved their happiness." And happiness, as we know—scientific studies or not—usually leads to a lot of more happily ever afters.
You and your spouse can plot the same things, revealing where you earn or spend your money (versus: how you think you earn or spend it).