Must-Read: Time-Saving Relationships
Being in a relationship with someone can go one of two ways. First, if you’re in a bad one, it can be a terrible drain on your system. The two of you can simply never come up with things to do, there’s nothing but passive-agressive taunts lobbed back and forth, and a decision that should have taken about five minutes runs into a five-hour long fight. OR, if you’re lucky, than being in a great relationship can save a whole bunch of time. Imagine the shorthand that you have with your best bro when you head on out to the bar. Now, imagine you have that same kind of shorthand every day with a person you then also GET TO HAVE SEX WITH. That’s how great relationships work.
So today we’re heading towards AskMen.com where they have a number of ways that being in a relationship can be a time saver, or a time suck. Among the examples they use:
No.9 Purchase And Use A Slow Cooker
If you’ve never used a slow cooker, get ready for a major upgrade to your eating habits. A good slow cooker and a few quality recipes is a shortcut to easy, delicious meals. The slow, juicy cooking method is ideal for tougher cuts of meat, so this method can save you money. And even if you’re not exactly hot stuff when it comes to matters of the kitchen, slow cooker recipes are typically “pour in these five ingredients, turn on, wait nine hours and enjoy,” so you can impress your significant other with a hot, tasty meal with minimal effort.
Head on over to check out the other ways that being in a relationship can help save some time.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.