We all know that Valentine’s Day is a made up, Hallmark holiday that forces us to spend more money than we intended or should spend. It’s also a holiday that says this one day a year you have to be in love, and of course, spend more money. So not true!

On This Podcast Episode:

Valentine’s Day is the third largest consumer holiday of the year, as we spend over $19 Billion in the name of Cupid. The average person will spend $143.56 for their Valentine.

Instead of spending money on stuff you or your Valentine may or may not use (probably not), spend your hard-earned cash on an escape plan and getaway for love. This is a great plan whether you’re in love or not. Travel this Valentine’s Day!

My co-host for this podcast episode is my husband, Jeff Game, a travel, and music journalist that’s always on the hunt for a good story to tell.

Links Mentioned:

Songs:

“No One’s Gonna Love You” – Band of Horses

“Somebody to Love” – Valerie June

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