Many dating couples or people in courtship never really discuss HOW they’ll handle their finances after marriage. They just assume that they’ll figure it out.
There’s a trend i’ve noticed overtime. Certain people have had really tough times growing up. Some people sponsored themselves through school and sold everything imaginable to be able to raise funds to move past that phase of life. They finally struggle through school and graduate; then they submit CVs at different places in search of a job to no avail. After a few years of job hunting, luck shines on them. They get a good paying job and their lives begin to change! They start settling down. It’s then payback time; time to buy everything they were deprived of
Marriage is every lady’s dream. It’s the icing on the cake, especially when a lady spent the earlier years of her life looking forward to the day when she will own her own home, be a content and fulfilled wife and woman. The thrill is usually higher when the man is relatively settled – has a good job, a nice ride and apartment; the lady feels secure and with absolutely no worries on her mind.
Hello guys, today is your day 🙂 Guys have asked me several times if my blog was for females alone. No, it’s not! Today, i’ll like to write about a subject which acts as one of the major differences between males and females, and which most of the time is a major source of conflicts.
To continue from where we stopped in my last post, i’ll write on 2 other qualities of a wealthy woman, Courage and Generousity. Courage is the ability to face danger, difficulty, uncertainty, or pain without being overcome by fear or being deflected from a chosen course of action. Courage is not the absence of fear, it is the words and actions that we express in the midst of fear. Courage gives inner harmony and balance expression.