What’s Yours is Mine

When a Realist Marries an Idealist

A lighthearted yet intimate look at the financial struggles couples face.

  • Learn what it takes for couples to find financial harmony
  • Start your marriage off on the right foot financially
  • Discover positive ways to communicate about money
  • Feel empowered and inspired to achieve your dreams

Is it the book for me?

A lighthearted yet intimate look at the financial struggles couples face and a collection of tips on how to be successful.

Today, both men and women fill a variety of financial roles, and there are few clear standards for how to maintain a strong relationship in which money doesn’t get in the way of happiness.

Author Stacy Willoughby believes that because schools generally don’t teach about money and personal finance, we acquire our financial habits and beliefs from our experiences. Those experiences forge our emotional attachments to money, making financial conversations with a partner especially thorny. However, they don’t have to be so difficult.

“I found this book very helpful, right at a time that I needed it. When it came to finances I was continually angry at my partner for not seeing things the way I wanted him to see them.”


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Thinking About Home
January 21, 2018
Thinking About Home
We are in Tuscany this week! Il Nido is a lovely home that we are renting from a friend of a friend.
Trip to Gaeta, Italy
January 19, 2018
Trip to Gaeta, Italy
I was six years old when we left Gaeta. We lived there from 1978-1980 while my dad was stationed on the USS Albany. Who knows how much of my memories are from pictures, family stories, or things I remember. Knowing we were coming to visit Italy, I talked to my parents about these memories. I have been trying to remember what I can that might not exist in pictures.
An Ancient Calendar
January 16, 2018
An Ancient Calendar
Rick and I had an enjoyable day wandering through the National Gallery of Rome. Amongst the many, many sculptures, statues, and mosaic, somewhere on the second floor, I saw what was unmistakably a calendar.
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