Marriage isn’t a necessity in this generation. According to the U.S. Census Bureau married couples accounted for 84 percent of American households. We no longer live in the 30s. Today, married couples are the minority at 49.7 percent of households. Instead of marriage, people nowadays live together without marriage. This trend is not just with younger couples.
Many of us are gearing up for the annual BlogHer conference at the end of July in Chicago. We've scrimped and saved to get that new dress, or a great haircut, or maybe a tattoo while we're in the states, but have you started a savings account for your August cell phone bill? Did you forget about that? I did last year, and dear lord in heaven, I could have financed the purchase of a small island with the cell phone bill that I paid the next month.
Hypothetical situation; you decide to prepare for your future and protect yourself and your family. You spend tons of time and especially money hiring the experts, thinking it through, and finally finish your will and estate plan. Now when you assume you are prepared something happens to you or a member of your family. Even though you thought you had prepared against emergency or loss, the critical life information can’t be located.
When planning for retirement, the huge daunting question is – am I saving enough money now to provide for my future? Do we have enough to sustain our preferred lifestyle or are we going to have to make a substantial lifestyle change when we retire? We could be in one of two situations.
It has been over 10 years since I have
landed to this country. I knew nothing of the country and had never set
foot in the USA before I moved here. Television was my only window to
what America had to offer. I chose to come here, sadly, based on the
fact that I knew no-one here and wanted an adventure. Although many
commended the bravery in the move I knew it was based on not such
There are tons of online women’s communities out there, and it can often be overwhelming and time consuming finding the one that’s just right for you. So to help you out, I’ve listed a few different online women’s communities that I think are fantastic.
I have been pulling my hair for over an hour now as I go through my online bank statements trying to figure out how EXACTLY I got so broke in such a short period of time. This happens every few months, I do really well with staying on top of my money and then get a little cocky and then all of a sudden I’m having panicky “How the hell am I going to PAY for everything?!” moments.