Relationships and Finances

How to end a dry spell in a relationship

2019-12-13T15:10:45+00:00

The excitement is always palpable in a new relationship. Right from grooming, to paying attention to your outfit or tiny details for those dinner dates and movie nights, the enthusiasm constantly keeps us on our toes. And while you and your partner are still discovering each other’s habits and behaviour patterns, the sexual chemistry with [...]

How to end a dry spell in a relationship2019-12-13T15:10:45+00:00

The Power of To-Do Lists: 6 Tips for Using Them Effectively

2019-11-19T15:53:41+00:00

On any given day, it seems there are a million and one things to get done. There are phone calls to be made, meals to be prepped, errands to be run, appointments to make or break. All of them tumble around in your brain, niggling and nudging until it’s their turn for your attention. But [...]

The Power of To-Do Lists: 6 Tips for Using Them Effectively2019-11-19T15:53:41+00:00

What to Do When You and Your Partner Are Money Opposites

2019-06-13T17:00:10+00:00

By Lauren Sieben If you and your partner are a prime example of the theory that opposites attract, then chances are good your differences extend down to your financial habits. Even in the happiest of unions, conflicting attitudes about money can test a relationship. In fact, one in five Americans say they have financial disagreements with [...]

What to Do When You and Your Partner Are Money Opposites2019-06-13T17:00:10+00:00

9 Bad Habits That Could Ruin Your Marriage

2019-06-13T17:02:19+00:00

By EverydayHealth Do you pay more attention to Facebook and your smartphone than to your husband? Have you been avoiding sex? Do you hide big purchases from your partner? These behaviors hurt your marriage. But it’s not too late to change bad habits. Here are the 9 worst relationship mistakes and how to start fixing [...]

9 Bad Habits That Could Ruin Your Marriage2019-06-13T17:02:19+00:00

If You Deal With Depression, Safeguard Your Credit

2019-06-13T17:03:01+00:00

By: BEV O'SHEA If you’re depressed, paying bills may be the last thing on your mind. Depression or anxiety can make it difficult to concentrate, remember details or make decisions. Fatigue from poor sleep can also make depressed people vulnerable to financial missteps. Forgetting to pay a bill can have big consequences on your credit standing, [...]

If You Deal With Depression, Safeguard Your Credit2019-06-13T17:03:01+00:00