Spend Less, Decrease Relationship Stress, Have Good Food & Great Sex This Valentine’s Day
Despite the economy 3/4 of Americans plan to spend as much, or more, on Valentine’s Day this year, mostly in dining out, chocolates and flowers. Unfortunately fewer partners actually want to receive that. So instead how about “Good Food Great Sex”.
Charlottesville, VA – According to a CreditDonkey survey, this Valentine’s Day, 59% of Americans plan to spend the same amount of money on the holiday as they did last year. Only 18% are planning to cut back on spending, while 23% plan to spend more.
They might, however, fall short of meeting their partners’ expectations.
Nearly 2/3 of respondents are planning to take their partners out to dinner but only half of really want that as a gift.
The survey shows that while dinner, chocolates and flowers are still the “go to” gift choices this time of year, considerably fewer respondents actually want to receive them. That’s not going to stop couples from splurging, though, especially not the men who outspend women by 75 percent.
This indulgent behavior poses a potential financial strain on relationships during a month when romantic ties are meant to be strengthened. CNN reports that financial pressures are the biggest stress on relationships, month after month. In the U.S. that can lead to at least HALF of all marriages ending in divorce.
In the face of this worrying scenario, Healthy Wealthy nWise Press has published an alternative to the blah evening out that no one seems to want. “Good Food Great Sex: Easy 5 Star Elegance - Romantic Ideas for a Sizzling Date Night at Home” is part of a series of books that combines sexy date night ideas and easy low-cook or no-cook meal options that promise to set the stage for a night of sensuality and deeper intimacy with your mate. It makes the case for simpler and more meaningful, and even less expensive, ways of spending time together without skimping on the romance – in fact it allows for more romance and spontaneity than the standard “dinner date” out.
Men’s Health surveyed 1,000 Cosmopolitan readers and found that 66 percent of women are more likely to have sex with a man after he prepares them a home-cooked meal.
And for the ladies – we all know the old adage; the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach…
“Good Food Great Sex” offers a way to cut down on the monetary pressure and failed expectations while providing a more intimate romantic option for couples this Valentine’s Day.
The book is available for free on Amazon.com January 31st in an effort to spread the romance and “share the love”.
And in the words of its authors, Aphrodite and Adonis, “Eat Good Food, Have Great Sex, and Love!”
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