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5 Ways to Show your Love for Less This Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air because it’s almost Valentine’s Day. For that special someone you want to treat this year, don’t wait until the last minute. Just a little bit of planning and creativity can help make this Valentine’s Day extra memorable without breaking the bank. Did you know Americans spent close to $20 billion for Valentine’s Day last year? That’s a lot of flowers and chocolates.  Men spent almost twice as much as women, averaging close to $196 on gifts versus a $100 by women. Those between the ages of 25-34 were the most active spenders on Valentine’s Day, followed by young lovebirds aged 18-24. Flowers were the most popular purchase made by men, while women spent the most money on greeting cards and candy.[1] To help get your Valentine’s Day planning off to a great start, here are some sweet and sentimental Valentine’s gift ideas for couples at…

Life Insurance – An Eternal Love Letter

Screen shot 2013-02-08 at 4.40.10 PMIt has been said that a love letter is the most timeless way to express love. In The Notebook, we saw the romantic act of Ryan Gosling sending Rachel McAdams hundreds of love letters despite the distance and social differences that separated them. There’s something about the act of transferring thoughts to paper that is profoundly romantic.
In our busy lives, electronic communication provides a convenient yet impersonal mode of communication, and the handwritten note is a rarity.

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