love or money

Would you choose love or money?

The debate goes on for centuries, and there has not been a solid answer to the question: Would you choose love or money? Love would feed your soul and heart by itself. But, can it survive without money? Money can also feed you and make you happy. However, would you not want the warmth of a loved one in your luxurious life? These questions seem to be with us for the centuries to come.

love or money

Does Money Mean Happiness?

Money is the key to many doors. It can open up many opportunities and paths to success. In some cases, it can bring happiness to one. Because of all these, some people choose money over everything else. They think money is the solution to every problem and it is enough to find happiness on its own. But, there are opposite thoughts as well. Some people would choose anything else, mostly family and love, over money. Money is not the goal for them, it is the path leading to goals. Psychologists also say that people should not seek happiness with money. Moreover, they claim that people should buy experiences instead of goods to be happier. So, as we can see, the debate over love or money even reverberates the usage of money.

What About Love?

Love makes people dizzy. It wraps around all over the body and blinds one. Sometimes, it can make people have wrong ideas about others, or it can make them decide poorly. Yet, some people put their loved ones or even their feeling of love in front of anything else. That can be bad for people who are not decisive and fragile. Quick decisions that are made in an instant because of love could lead to devastating results. However, there can also be the reverse of that. Love can make people happier because of its biology. Hormones and self-assurance can even be good for health.

What is more important: love or money?

In the modern world, happiness is thought to be bound to neither love nor money. There should be a harmony between all the feelings of one. Yet, regardless of happiness, people are inclined to some attributes and qualities. And that reflects and affects their lives in both positive and negative ways. Tell us which one do you prefer, love or money? Also, when planning the future which one is more effective?

Would you choose love or money?

When planning for your future, which one is more decisive?

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Galentine's Day

Are you celebrating Galentine’s Day or Valentine’s Day this year?

As if entering into the New Year single was not annoying enough, February is coming. For some people (regardless of their relationship status), February is the most annoying month because of the Valentine’s Day. But wait, Galentine’s Day is coming! This can be an actual opportunity where being single is praised and gifts are exchanged.

Galentine's Day

Valentine’s Day might just be another day to meet with their single friends, drink, and play darts for men. But for women? Stereotypical single women image, which we completely disagree, is full of melancholic references. Why would anyone have to be sad for any day? Let’s have a quick view of the origins of these two days and try to make most of February!

Valentine’s Day

There are literally unlimited sources that explain the origin of Valentine’s Day on the internet. This day is also known as Saint Valentine’s Day. It is an annual holiday that is celebrated on February 14. The name of the holiday comes from one of the early Christian saints Valentinus. Originally, this day was a feast day in order to honor the saints and had nothing to do with lovers.

When the love that emphasized nobility and chivalry was flourished in the 14th century, this day become associated with romantic relationships. During the 18th century, lovers presented each other flowers and sent greeting cards (known as valentines). With the passing of time, this day has become the symbol for couples to celebrate their love.

Galentine’s Day: What the heck is that?

Galentine’s Day is invented by a comedy TV show Parks and Recreation. In the show, Leslie Knope (the lead character) throws a party for other women a day before the Valentine’s Day. After the episode has been watched by almost 5 million household viewers in the United States, women actually started to celebrate it!

Since 2010, “usually” single women get together and celebrate Galentine’s Day on February 13. Looking at the events at restaurants, bars, night clubs, it is fair to conclude that this day found itself a place in the marketplace. If you are planning to have a nice brunch with your friends or family on February 13, you may actually need to make an appointment! For us, any celebration is great and sacred regardless of the participants’ relationship status!

So, are you celebrating Galentine’s Day or Valentine’s Day this year?

Well, technically you can celebrate both. However, we are asking your favorite one. You can be honest since the answers are anonymous.

Did you celebrate Galentine’s Day or Valentine’s Day last year?

Are you celebrating Galentine’s Day or Valentine’s Day this year?

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