045: Five Reasons to Ignore Valentine’s Day & Inspirational Reading 2/14 “Valentine’s Day: A Plea for Sanity”

In this Episode

00:52 Five Reasons to Ignore Valentine’s Day
In today’s podcast, I try to help you get right-minded about Valentine’s Day. Once you listen to this episode, I guarantee you won’t ever look at it the same way! I’ve posted a more extensive article on the subject, called “Why I Ignore Valentine’s Day and Why You Should Too” on Medium.

08:15 Inspiration from the Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders: February 14th: “Valentine’s Day: A Plea for Sanity”

Resources Mentioned in this Podcast Episode


Here is a PDF of a newspaper column I wrote a long time ago about the origins of Valentine’s Day.

The story of Valentine’s Day from History.com

Here are some sickening Valentine’s Day spending statistics, from an article entitled “38 Surprising Valentine’s Day Statistics Marketers Will Love.”

My more extensive article on called “Why I Ignore Valentine’s Day and Why You Should Too” on Medium. follow me on Medium (@moneysober) to see new articles.

Music Attribution

“Life of Riley” (Intro and Outro), “Carpe Diem,” “Crusade,” “Fearless First,” “Chipper Doodle,” “A Turn for the Worse” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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