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    Financial mistakes young couples make

    As a young couple, you definitely have some goals you intend to achieve within a stipulated duration. But do you have a workable plan to achieve them? Some people get into a marriage without knowing how to handle certain challenges and responsibilities. Remember you are going to live with someone who has been managing their finances differently. Therefore, how you merge your finances will have a great impact on the way you will spend and manage family resources including the money coming or going out. The argument about financial matters can bring a lot of friction to any couple but it is usually worse for young couples who are still…

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    5 tips for making everyday life luxurious

    The past few months have been difficult for everyone, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Its effect on people and the economy is evident, as many people needed to adjust their work and home routines. These changes have been disorienting, confusing, and caused a lot of uncertainties. Protecting your family and finances most likely became a priority and took most of your time and energy. It’s crucial to remember that it is equally essential to safeguard your mental health. Learning to cope with stress healthily will make you more resilient. Don’t forget to relax, unwind, and have fun once in a while. Especially during times of immense stress, relaxing and taking…

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    When is drinking a problem? 7 signs you might need to stop

    Drinking alcohol is an extremely common pastime for adults aged 21 and over. However, that does not mean that alcohol isn’t addictive, and it may be sometimes difficult to spot a drinking problem. Here are 7 signs that drinking may be a problem and that you or someone else should stop drinking alcohol. 1. Other People Have Told You That You Have a Drinking Problem One of the first signs that you have a drinking problem is that others have told you that they are worried about your drinking. This could be both a full blown intervention or even just mentioning it in passing. Remember, your friends and family just…

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