Spring Cleaning Can Boost Your Sex Life, According to The Nest Magazine

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Could better sex really be the by-product of organizing your closet, refreshing your rug, and shredding piled up junk mail? Experts at The Nest (http://www.thenest.com) say "yes!" in the latest issue of their quarterly glossy, The Nest magazine. And that's not all: The Nest goes on to share secrets to hitting the jackpot in business with your better half and digging yourself out of debt hell.

    -- Spring Cleaning Gets Dirty

Did you know that by employing just a few techniques from the ancient school of feng shui, you can be richer, healthier, and downright sexier? Find out how getting the chi flowing throughout your nest can rejuvenate your life so you'll fight less and spend more time in the sack. The Nest editors tell you how to balance your boudoir (think: neutral walls, bare floors, fresh flowers, and circular furniture); create inviting living spaces; and reenergize your bathroom (p. 42).

-- Strike It Rich--With Your Spouse

Inspired by its own married cofounders (Carley Roney, editor in chief, and David Liu, CEO, of The Knot Inc.), The Nest takes a sneak peek into the emerging trend of the modern "mom and pop" shop as well as the trials and triumphs of couples in business together. From the duo who whipped up a recipe for success with Vanilla Bake Shop in Santa Monica, CA, (p. 26), to the twosome that runs separate businesses out of their home (p. 48), to six ultra-adventurous couples who started their dream gig while holding down full-time jobs (p. 88), these young marrieds all took the entrepreneurial plunge--and made out big!

-- Get Out of Debt Hell, Now!

Based on common newlywed debt-traps, The Nest harnesses seven financial evils to help you get in the black. From deciphering the mystery of fixing your credit to what sacrifices you have to make (do you really need over 100 cable channels?), The Nest will help you get to your debt-free deadline--unscathed--and keep you out of financial purgatory with four must-read debt salvation tips.

All that, plus these new installments to The Nest magazine's favorite sections:

Win It!

-- Enter The Nest Spring Sweeps: Win $1,000 for a closet makeover with the help of Organize.com; enter now at TheNest.com/contest (p. 58)

Kitchen-aid

-- Instant expert: Chef, cookbook author, and celebrity wife Katie Lee Joel stocks your spice rack (p. 75)

-- Wine IQ: The rules of rose--the new "it" wine for spring (p. 76)

-- Fast food: Five flavorful, filling, and, most importantly, fast weeknight meals for two (p. 66)

Hit the Road

-- The coolest high-tech car comforts (heated cup warmers, anyone?) (p. 101)

-- The perfect car for you and your lifestyle, from hybrids to hipsters (p. 98)

-- How to test-drive a car (date before you commit!) (p. 100)

Travel

-- Do couple friends make good travel mates? (p. 110)

-- Travel spring-break style--top places to go to as a group, from wine tasting in Napa to hitting the slopes in Breckenridge (p. 110)

To speak with an editor at The Nest, get high-resolution photos, or talk with real couples about these hot topics and more on married life, please contact Katie Nida-Rovano at (212) 219-8555 x1228 or email pr@thenest.com.

About The Nest

The Nest (http://www.thenest.com) is a hip guide to all things happily ever after. The popular offshoot of The Knot takes a stylish, practical approach to all things young marrieds need to know: merging finances, buying and decorating homes, cooking and entertaining, family relationships, and more through weekly blogs, expert Q&A, an online community, interactive tools, and a quarterly magazine. The Nest is a part of The Knot Inc. lifestage network (NASDAQ: KNOT).

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