18 Jan

Things You Learn When Freshly Married and Settling into a New Home

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Marriage is a big adjustment. For those who decided not to live together before getting hitched, it’s an even bigger change. For those couples who have lived together, the adjustments are still there, they just take on a different form. Depending on your living situation before hand, there are many new responsibilities that present themselves upon getting married and settling into a new home. Maybe you’re making the transition from only having to worry about yourself and pay a couple of bills, Read more [...]
11 Jan

A no-nonsense way to deal with a difficult husband

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If only a happily ever after is something that we’re assured of right after the wedding celebration – unfortunately, some of us don’t have it easy. There are also husbands that make it as far as not including their spouse in their future plans, causing the wives to challenge a will their husband made. Many unhappy relationships may end where wives not having a part in the will or if there’s any, it’s not a fair share. Everyone has a coping mechanism that we use when we find ourselves Read more [...]
09 Jan

4 Tips For Cutting Wedding Reception Costs

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While some people claim your wedding day is the happiest of your life, it can also become the most expensive. With the average American wedding costing $25,000, you may be taking out a substantial loan just to cover your nuptials. Cutting down on wedding cost can save you stress and help your marriage start out on healthy financial footing. Included here are a few tips for cutting your wedding reception costs. Utilize External Caterers Everyone loves dining with friends and family during a wedding Read more [...]