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10, May 2016

From Casual Fling To Roomies: 5 Questions You Should Ask Before Moving In Together

These days, most couples live together before marriage – but the rate of breakups among couples who live together is even higher than the divorce rate. Some people might claim that’s because of a deficiency of moral fiber, but moral fiber can’t keep a relationship happy even if it keeps the relationship together. The real problem is that people often think long and hard about marriage, but since moving in together seems like a smaller step, they may not stop to ask themselves hard questions about making their routines and finances compatible first. While it may have started as a series of quick flings, or there may have always been a method to the madness as explained here you will have found it wise to follow fling tips and advice as part of the initial meetings. Same goes for moving in. Moving in, though, adds whole new dimensions to a relationship, and if you don’t think through all of those new dimensions first, you’re likely to find that you and your girlfriend or boyfriend have made very different assumptions… assumptionsRead More …

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1, April 2016

4 Ways You’re Wasting Money Without Thinking About It

Keeping your finances in order when you’re an independent adult isn’t as easy as the movies and TV shows would have you believe. Even the commercials you see on TV for personal financial planning services are lying! Sometimes, it doesn’t seem simple at all. Are you in the middle of being overwhelmed by all of your expenses? Is it troubling you that you don’t know how to make ends meet at the end of every month? No one should have to go through those kinds of emotions. They’re very hard on you. When you’re depressed, it’s even harder to make good financial decisions for yourself. It seems like no matter how hard you try to get things straightened out, they’re only getting worse. What’s going on? Chances are, you’re being your own worst enemy. How much money are you wasting every month without even thinking about it? If you’re like the average person, it’s probably a ton. If you sat down and really took a hard look at your finances, you would probably be shocked at what you discovered. MoneyRead More …

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26, February 2016

Why You Should Go to the Movies On Opening Weekend

Opening weekends at the movies almost always turns into a huge affair. Depending on how widely anticipated the movie is, the theater could be crowded all weekend and there’s great potential for the whole thing to turn into a nightmare. But if you really think about it, the only real concern you have about going on opening weekend is the crowds. If for whatever reason that makes you nervous, don’t be. Those people are your people. Fans who are excited to watch the same movie as you and went out of their way to come in during opening weekend. It could be hectic, but it holds the promise of being a lot of fun, too. Some truly great things can come out of supporting a movie on its opening weekend, and making that trip out to your local theater could be completely worth it. Special Opening Weekend Giveaways Some theaters boast about hosting a special event during the movie’s opening weekend, and oftentimes when they say “special event” they mean “we’re going to give you awesome free stuff.” Of courseRead More …

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3, February 2016

Travel Smart: How to Save Money on Vacation

Vacations are a needed break from the plodding procession of everyday life, and there are a lot of different ways that people decide to go on vacation. Many people choose to travel when they have vacation hours, a practice that is both fun and illuminating for the person who decides to travel. Many people save up in order to go on vacations and will wait for the perfect times and the perfect amount of money to go on a vacation. While there is no doubt that any time away beyond a business paid trip will lose you money, there are ways to minimize the damages. So be sure that you travel smart and minimize the potential damage to your bank account that travel may cause. Transport Planes, trains, and automobiles are all expensive. When looking for the cheapest way to travel, it depends on where you are going. If you aren’t going far, car is probably the way to go, though you have to take into consideration the crazy prices of gas. If a train will get you where youRead More …