Sharing A Closet

by Teresa on February 28, 2011

Keeping Marital Bliss takes work – and an important part is sharing your closet – YIKES!

HELPFUL TIPS:

  1. You need to set up some rules and boundaries right from the start.  Talk about your expectations.  BE RESPECTFUL!
  2. Go 50/50 to start and see how it works.  No matter who has more “stuff” divide things right down the middle, it is only fair.  For extra space you could buy plastic storage cases, under the bed storage, a footlocker, a chest or a dresser.
  3. ALWAYS be considerate.  Keep your stuff on your side – it’s the right thing to do.  Everyone needs their space.  Being considerate of each other’s closet space will help keep other areas of your life running smoothly. [click to continue…]

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Don’t Go to Bed Angry

by Teresa on February 20, 2011

If it is time for bed and you are in the middle of a knockdown, drag-out fight you should stop long enough for a reality check.  Can this be resolved tonight when you are both already tired and not at your best?  Does it need to be resolved tonight? Because you are so angry will you even be able to hear what is being said?  Is it possible that after a good night’s sleep this may be easier to deal with?  Most likely you will decide that your argument can wait. [click to continue…]

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Earn Income from Home

by Teresa October 17, 2009

Getting married means new beginnings – and sometimes a LOT of changes.  It can be difficult to balance your finances as you combine two households into one. If you find your paycheck stretched real thin – you should consider working from home.  In today’s tough times, working from home is becoming more and more popular!  […]

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Tips for the Newlyweds

by Teresa May 20, 2009

It’s not hard to BE married.  It just takes a marriage license.  The real skill and accomplishment is to be HAPPILY married!  You have embarked on the most important journey of your life. Take it seriously now and you will find yourself waking up in the arms of this same person until the day you […]

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