My Guests on the Show…
I am honored to have the hosts of one of the most successful marriage podcasts come on the the show: Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo from the One Extraordinary Marriage Podcast.
Tony and Alisa are experts when it comes to everything marriage: dating, kids, sex, lifestyle, and MONEY.
I, of course, would like to talk about all of it with them, but on the show this week we are solely going to focus on the money.
Here’s what we have in store for you:
- Should couples share a bank account and why (or why not)?
- Sex and money – do they relate?
- Who costs more – men or women?
- A marriage/dating hack that we will be starting ASAP
- Creating dreams around life and money
- The breadwinner of the marriage
- HER money vs HIS money vs OUR money
- Best date ideas that won’t break the budget
- And a few more surprises
BONUS: Andrea Robinson (my wife) comes on as a co-host to help me through this incredible interview!
Side note: I started listening to their podcast about a year ago and found myself always sharing it with Andrea or a good friend of mine. On their show, they talk about EVERYTHING marriage…including the things that many of us would consider taboo.
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Mentioned in this Episode
Featured in the New York Post! [2:23]
Contemplating divorce and being too stubborn to quit [3:28]
Money is a problem in marriage [6:16]
Creating unity with money [9:07]
When one spouse makes more [10:11]
It’s not a competition [12:14]
Being consistent, not perfect [19:02]
Better money, better sex [21:16]
Dating your spouse [29:22]