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New Couples: Avoid Housework Headaches With These Tips

One thing many couples don't think about before moving in together is how to equitably divide the housework. Often, women take on more than men. Avoid resentment with these tips on how to divide the chores fairly.

Category: Marriage Society

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Moving in Together? Make It Work With These Helpful Habits

For most couples, moving in together is a big step forward in the relationship. Sharing a space, possessions and even pets is an exciting prospect. Make sure you do it right by following these quick tips.

Category: Society Engagement

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Catering to Dietary Restrictions at Your Wedding

Planning your wedding menu is a lot of fun. But you'll need to keep in mind how to cater to the dietary restrictions of your guests. Having a vegetarian and vegan option available will ensure everyone is happy!

Category: Wedding Materials Wedding Planning

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A Quick Guide to Throwing an Engagement Party

Many couples host a joint engagement party to celebrate their engagement with family and friends. Take a look at this guide to find out how to pull off the perfect party that will get your guests excited for the wedding.

Category: Engagement

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How to Craft an Obituary

Crafting a loved one's obituary is something most of us will have to do at some point. Unfortunately, it never gets easy. However, you can ease the burden on yourself a bit by following these simple pointers.

Category: Funeral

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Money-Saving Secrets for Your Big Day

If you don't have a solid wedding budget, your "I Do"-related costs could quickly spiral out of control. When setting up your big day budget, follow these simple tips to stretch your dollar and come out ahead.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Your Wedding and Work: Tips for Staying Professional

When you get engaged, your first instinct might be to tell everyone immediately. But it may not be so black and white in professional life. Consider these tips when you're breaking the big news to your coworkers.

Category: Engagement

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Fallen Leaders and the Books They Wrote

Finding out an author you like conducts themselves poorly can be traumatic. Dealing with the fallout from that can be a personal trial in and of itself. Can art and the artist really be separated- and should they be?

Category: Society

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Navigating Credit After You Tie the Knot

There are a lot of misconceptions on what happens to a couple's credit scores after they say "I do". When navigating the tangled web of personal finance, a little communication with your spouse goes a long way.

Category: Marriage

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Getting Through Your Guest List in One Piece

Creating a wedding guest list is one of the first tests of a couple's ability to compromise. Check out these tips for whittling down your ideal list to one that is manageable, affordable, and agreeable to both parties.

Category: Wedding Planning

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