A primary stress in a marriage can be financial, so keep that stress to a minimum by being able to see all of your personal finances in one place – from bank accounts, credit cards, to investments.
You can keep track of your spending and creating budgets for you and your spouse, and you will see just how easy saving for your future together can be.
Millions of people, two thirds of whom are apparently men, now use their smartphones to find that special someone.
As a result, the proliferation of love/hookup tools over the past two years has been frankly astounding. With so many to choose from, each offering their own intriguing if slightly odd take on making love happen through the waves of an i Phone, it’s hard to know how best to get it on.
So why not harness the power of technology for your marriage?
More and more apps are available that can improve your relationship/marriage by helping you connect (or stay connected) better with your spouse.
They found that one of the keys to relationship success is the quality of your “love maps”.
Love maps include what we know about our partner’s inner world and experiences, from day to day events to their bigger hopes and dreams.
It allows you to make shopping lists and share them over multiple devices with any one you like.
Create a list using the 1,000’s of items within the app, or upload your very own.
Hinge has been heralded as the ‘sophisticated Tinder’ – an app that works in a similar way, but isn’t so tuned into the premise of casual digital dating.
Instead, the app attempts to connect people who are already in extended friendship circles.
Once you make a purchase, just cross those items right off the list and the changes will be synced across all of the connected devices. Sent your husband to the store and forgot to tell him to get bread?