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Contest Rules

It’s Not You It’s the Dishes Contest OFFICIAL RULES 1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCE OF WINNING. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. It’s Not You It’s the Dishes Contest … Continue reading

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Now It’s Your Turn…

…To give us some advice. Our book is out today, and to celebrate, we’re having a contest! Here are the facts: The prize: A couple’s massage. Not from us–from actual professionals at Bliss or the closest cool spa to your … Continue reading

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Everything is Different Now

Now that we have two kids, both still in diapers, and my maternity leave is over, everything is different. Nivi and I race out the door in the morning and race back home at the end of the day. Every … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Stay Married 43 Years

I wrote a book filled with advice about how to have a great and lasting marriage. It’s a pretty good book, and if you don’t own it, you should click here and buy it right now. But let’s be honest, … Continue reading

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How to Get a Guy to Commit

Interesting take on relationships and habits by our friend Charlie Duhigg, author of the bestselling Power of Habit. Women turn to bad habits when they’re stressed, men when they see a line of cocaine. Obviously! For women, exposure to stress-related … Continue reading

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My Husband and I Made This Together

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The World’s Best Wife

My friend Jessie Knadler is really the best wife in the world. Her memoir, Rurally Screwed, just came out, and I highly recommend it. You might learn to be a great wife, too. She’s married to a guy named Jake. Jake … Continue reading

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What’s Going on Here?

Thought you were going to Spousonomics.com? Don’t worry, you’ve come to the right place. The paperback edition of our book–out June 12!–simply has a new name. And a new look. And new and improved features. We’ll still be talking about … Continue reading

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Here’s to Going to Bed Angry

Jenny and I have been pushing this advice for years. Some people think we’re nuts. But we know we’re right. Why stay up late making each other more miserable when you can get a good night’s sleep and probably feel … Continue reading

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French Parents Yell, Too

“Cultures” have not figured out parenting. People, namely parents, figure out parenting on a day-to-day, kid-to-kid level (my first child ate raw broccoli and fish; my second will only consume pasta and strawberries). Amy Chua threw us all into a tailspin with her Battle Hymn to tiger parenting. Now Druckerman thinks we should pay homage to the frogs. Continue reading

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