3 Reasons Not to be Homeowners Before Marriage
15 Ways To Have Valentine’s Day Every. Single. Day.
More and more young couples are buying a house together before saying “I do.” But that comes with big risks. Here are 3 big reasons NOT to be homeowners before marriage. Originally appeared in Your Tango, Article published in August 2015 and reposted in February 2017.
Money and Engagement – Do They Mix?
Keep your love alive (and chocolate on hand) all year long. Valentine’s day is only 24 hours, once a year – so how do you keep the love growing in your relationship year round? It takes some work and it’s not always easy especially when you are tired and had a busy day. But imagine a relationship where real […]
15 Ways To Keep Valentine’s Day Going Year Round
Scott and I were asked to write about money and engagement in a chapter in a book for soon-to-be-married couples. Our topic was “Getting Along About Money.” Right up our alley, right? Definitely! Funny thing is, it caused Scott and I to talk specifically about our own engagement and what we discussed before getting married. It sounded like […]
Satisfy Your Valentine In 3 Easy Steps
Valentine’s day is over – but how do you keep Valentine’s day going year round? It’s possible. And is a good investment in your relationship! But it’s not always easy especially when you are tired and have had a busy day, but imagine this: If you both work hard to implement these tips… the love […]
Dating? When and How to Have the Dreaded “Money Talk”
Originally appeared in Your Tango Like it or not – Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Some love it and some hate it. When Scott and I were first married, I asked him to handle three holidays: my birthday, our anniversary, and Valentine’s Day. And do you know what? He has made plans for […]
Dating? When and How to Have the Dreaded “Money Talk” –
You’ve been dating and are starting to be filled with hope and excitement as you think about your future together. Where would you live, what kind of family would you have, what kind of adventures would you experience, and how would you handle your money as a couple?