As your children grow into the teen years, your house can begin to feel cramped. Many people choose to upsize their house at this time, but is it necessary?
Here are ten ways to improve your relationship on Valentine’s Day, and throughout the year.
It’s important to discover your own personal happiness style so you can fill your life with activities that make you, as an individual, happy.
For many there will be an engagement ring under the Christmas tree this year. After the big moment, here’s how to create the perfect wedding registry.
It’s more important than ever to get on the same page financially with your spouse. Here are some things you can do to create financial unity in marriage.
Money issues often lead to divorce. Here are some concrete suggestions on how to invest in your marriage so that money struggles aren’t the end of yours.
Have financial trouble? I’d take a close look at the quality of your relationships. You may find fixing those areas is the first step to moving forward.
The Knot reports that the average wedding now costs more than $31,213. What are some ways you can cut costs and save money on your wedding?
If you truly love and care for your children, you can best serve them by also caring for your spouse. Here’s why your marriage can’t be put on hold.
Divorce is becoming more common. While reconciliation is usually the best option, there is still hope for recovering financially if a divorce goes through.
Financial advisor Clint Gautreau points out that there are 3 main areas of finance that you should talk about before tying the knot.
A life plan will allow you to live life with more clarity, balance and peace of mind. So how do you write a life plan, and what questions should you answer?
The vast majority of the time, keeping finances joint, even if doing so is a struggle to get used to, is best for the marriage. Here’s why.
There are many financial benefits to being married. Here are a few of the big ones.