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    What makes a good marriage good

     

    Most people get into a marriage with high and full spirits. They know fully well what they are getting into and accept this with an open heart. While you may say that there is a lot of hype in marriages especially on the days leading up to the wedding day, it can get a bit difficult to maintain this momentum. There are many sad stories told about marriages dissolving because they had trouble maintaining the lives they had imagined they would have with each other. But everyday can't be a honeymoon. While there are indeed good marriages, there are also partners who eventually lose the heat. Without questioning the devotion and love one partner feels for the other and vice versa, a couple may find their marriage at times to be monotonous and in a humdrum. A good marriage should always be stimulating for both person involved and should make each other to look forward to another day with each other. It should provide a union that doesn't erase ones individuality. Good marriages just doesn't happen, it's not just about love, devotion and compatibility. Both man and woman should work hard to make a marriage good and keep it that way. Some tips on a Good Marriage Be spontaneous and have different interests. It is always good to keep the other guessing. Do not have a predictable marriage that would make the union boring. Have different interests that you could share with your partner. Be adventurous in the bedroom. Your sex life should be more than satisfactory. Experimenting is not a bad idea. Make your bed room romps something each one always looks forward to. Do not be critical with each other as well in making love. Learn to appreciate and communicate. And never forget to have fun. Be a child with each other, remember the good times when you were just dating, try to impress one another and don't take each other for granted.

         
    What you need to know about taxes if you re getting married

     

    It may not be high on the list of wedding planning activities, but there are a few simple steps that can help keep tax issues from interrupting your newly wedded bliss. If you recently married, check out your new tax situation. You might save money or even prevent the problem of a missing refund check. The first things to handle are changes of name and address. Later, as tax season approaches, consider whether or not you'll itemize deductions, which tax return form is right for you and what filing status you'll use. No one should delay the cake cutting or honeymoon because of taxes. But here are some helpful hints for later: Use Your Correct Name You must provide correct names and identification numbers to claim personal exemptions on your tax return. If you changed your name upon marrying, let the Social Security Administration know and update your Social Security card so the number matches your new name. Use Form SS-5, Application for a Social Security Card. Change of Address If you or your spouse has a new address, notify the U. S. Postal Service so that it will be able to forward any tax refunds or IRS correspondence. The Postal Service will also pass your new address on to IRS for updating. You may also notify to notify the IRS directly by filing Form 8822. Refund Checks Each year, the Postal Service returns thousands of tax refund checks as undeliverable, usually because the addressee has moved. Notifying both the Postal Service and the IRS of an address change in a timely manner can help ensure the proper delivery of any refund checks. To check the status of a tax refund, go to the IRS web site and use the "Where’s My Refund?" service. Changing Filing Status Your marital status on December 31 determines whether you are considered married for that year. Married persons may file their federal income tax return either jointly or separately in any given year. Choosing the right filing status may save you money. A joint return (Married Filing Jointly) allows spouses to combine their income and to deduct combined deductions and expenses on a single tax return. Both spouses must sign the return and both are held responsible for the contents. With separate returns (Married Filing Separately), each spouse signs, files and is responsible for his or her own tax return. Each is taxed on his or her own income, and can take only his or her individual deductions and credits. If one spouse itemizes deductions, the other must also. Which filing status should you select? It depends entirely on your specific situation. You should consider sitting down with a tax professional to make a determination.

         
    When stresses in your marriage take their toll

     

    What do you do when the stresses of your marriage start to become a problem? Many couples get mad and argue at one another. This will not do anything except make the problem worse. As a result, here are some ways to deal with your stresses in your marriage. Talk with your spouse on a daily basismunication with one another will prevent any misunderstandings on certain issues. When a problem does come up, discuss your feelings and view points to the other person. Don’t assume that the other person knows how you feel. Do not take anything for granted in your marriage. Small misunderstandings can become bigger problems in the future. Keep a look out for any red flags in your marriage and confront them before they become bigger issues. Work with one another. Being in a marriage is like being on a team. Each member must do his or her own part. One person cannot do everything. Work with your spouse in maintaining your marriage. Try to see things in your spouse’s point of view. This will help you to see where the other person is coming from which will increase your understanding of the situation. Don’t assume that you are the one who has all the answers. Seek the services of a marriage counselor if you can’t resolve your problems. There is nothing wrong with seeking help. Maintaining a marriage is very difficult so it is important to get additional advice from an experienced professional. Many people seek the services of a marriage counselor nowadays. Marriage requires a lot of work, however the most important thing is to talk with one another on a regular basis and to confront problems before they become major obstacles in your marriage. This will help reduce a lot of your stresses in your marriage.

         
    Why aren t you using this marriage saving tip

     

    Do you find that things would just be so much easier if your spouse would do things your way? Most of the time, this just isn't the case. So you married your complete opposite, your relationship is stressful and the two of you can't even agree on what to have for dinner. Does this mean that for the rest of your life, you are subject to the painful battle of fighting over “your way vs. his/her way” unless one of you gives in? No! There is no need to argue over “who does what which way”. And most importantly, neither of you need to change who you are. You're about to learn the single most important marriage saving tip that can drastically lower your stress with your spouse. If you understand what you and your spouse value in life, you can cut your relationship stress in half! (Like I did with MY wife!) It's true. I developed this marriage saving tip after using it to transform my OWN marriage. My 32 year marriage is PROOF that this marriage saving tip can work for YOUR marriage! Okay, let's get started… The first thing you need to do is talk with your spouse about the things you passionately believe in…or feel strongly against. You can start by discussing the little things in life that bug you (and no, I'm NOT talking about your spouse!) ;-) Let me give you an example… My wife absolutely HATES gum chewing. Now I'm not talking about people who silently chew their gum with their mouths closed, I'm talking about people who, when they pop a piece of gum in their mouth, EVERYONE knows it. They pop their gum, smack and chew with their mouths wide open. Yes, I know it sounds trivial, but it absolutely drives her NUTS. Now, if I didn't know WHY this little pet peeve of hers drives her 'up the wall', I would simply think she's crazy. I might even start becoming annoyed and aggravated whenever she starts to verbally attack the nearest “irritating gum chewer”. Now here's the part of this marriage saving tip that most people are not aware of… EVERY one of your pet peeves, habits or BELIEFS are created by a memory or event from the past. Take my wife for example. The reason she despises people who pop and crack their gum is because HER MOTHER would do it without any regard for her feelings…throughout her ENTIRE childhood. My wife hated it THEN and she still hates gum chewing TODAY. It simply brings back too many painful memories. To her, a gum chewer might as well be scratching nails on a chalkboard or screeching a fork against a plate. The main idea you should walk away with from this marriage saving tip is that you need to discuss with your spouse WHY you do things a certain way, WHY you hate certain things and WHY you love other things. NOTE: Be sure to talk about the 'problem areas' in your marriage. That IS the point of this discussion after all. Give your spouse your perspective on 'hot topics' in your marriage which could be anything from punctuality, family values, religion, eating habits or even personal privacy. Ask your spouse questions and have them do the same. Ask questions like… 1. “Honey, when you were young, did your mother or father have a problem being on time?” 2. “What happened in your childhood that makes you hate clutter and messes so much?” WARNING: Don't make this sound like an accusation! If you do, your positive discussion will be over! When you ask your spouse these questions, s/he will probably struggle for words or not come up with an immediate explanation for WHY he or she does these things. And that's okay. Try to jog his/her memory by recalling your own memories about this subject… For example: “The reason I __ (fill in the blank) __ is because my parents __ (fill in the blank) ____ when I was a child.” Remember: You and your spouse were shown how to live by your parents or guardians. They shaped most of what you value and believe in today. The point of this discussion is to understand WHY the two of you disagree on any given topic. This will help the two of you accept each other because you'll no longer feel threatened by your very different values in life. So there you have it. Use this marriage saving tip to get to the source of your problems instead of focusing on the 'little issues' (like gum chewing). If you don't know which values are causing conflict in your marriage, you'll never be able to truly resolve your disagreements. When I finally understood WHY my wife's values were so different from my own, the stress in my marriage was DRASTICALLY reduced. I know you'll find the same to be true when you put this marriage saving tip to use in your own marriage.

         
    Why i love my wife s cardigans

     

    It might sound kind of crazy, but I absolutely love my wife's cardigans. For those who are wondering, cardigans are a certain type of sweater. From what I've seen, they are usually made from a thin fabric and have buttons all the way up the front. I've always been someone who attaches particular pieces of clothing to memories and events, so maybe that is why I really love her cardigans. The first time I remember seeing my wife in a cardigan sweater was when I picked her up for our first date many years before she became my wife. I'll never forget how innocent and nervous she looked, and that she was wearing a navy cardigan with her skirt. She explained to me later that she had almost twenty cardigans when we met and that it took her nearly an hour to settle on wearing the navy one. Another time I remember my wife and her cardigans was when she accompanied my family on a three week trip to Italy just before we were married. My parents invited her to go with me, my siblings and their spouses, and it made for quite a great family trip. I was at her apartment the night before we were leaving and she was having the hardest time packing her clothes. She wanted to be comfortable on our trip, yet she wanted to impress our family, and so she was trying to find the best clothes she had. I remember laughing at her and saying that her clothes didn't matter, and eventually she let me help her pick a few of her best cardigans to take along on the trip. In the ten years I have known my wife, cardigans are the one kind of clothing that she has never gotten sick of. I've seen her replace almost every other article of clothing she owns, but when it comes to her cardigans, they just keep getting more and more piled up in her closest. Fortunately for me, I'm told, I find my wife's little obsession with cardigans to be rather funny. I guess it would drive me crazy if I didn't. As you'll probably guess, my wife also brought a few cardigans on our honeymoon. Each time she'd pull one out to wear I'd smile. By the time we married the fact that she loved to wear cardigans was so her that I just had to smile each time she chose to wear one for dinner or anything else. So I guess I love my wife's cardigans because of all the memories I have with her wearing them and because they are such a staple of her wardrobe. It's the small things in life that really mean something, and her cardigans mean something special to me.

         
    Why let financial problems ruin your marriage

     

    Is money so hard to understand? Financial problems in a marriage are definitely a true relationship killer and one of the most common marriage problems that unnecessarily result in divorce. Money matters are quite simple when you think about it. You can either afford something or you can’t and, if you can’t you have two choices, either stop spending money elsewhere or earn more money. I’m looking for a new car at the moment which has really got me thinking about the number of people who fund such purchases on finance then struggle to make the repayments. Now I can understand the need for a car and that people aren’t always in the position to buy such an expensive item out right, but what does amaze me is the type of vehicles that people buy on finance. One of my best friends always buys cars on credit and not any old car, cars such as range rovers, mercedes and jaguars, and yet struggles to make monthly mortgage repayments let alone fund the financing on the car. As a family they look at us and envy the fact that we don’t have to worry when an unexpected bill comes in or if we want something we can just go out and buy it without any concern. That’s because we follow the main golden rule for avoiding financial problems in a marriage, we never spend what we haven’t got and we don’t waste money on unnecessary interest repayments. It’s quite a simple concept really, if we want something that isn’t critical we wait for it, we only buy what we can afford. If we needed to take out finance for a car we would buy something that would do the job but not a luxury vehicle. Have you ever seen how many luxury cars are repossessed and go through the auctions? What a waste, just look at what is lost in the initial deposit and interest and then the cars lost and sold for peanuts to more the financially astute. Anyway, back to my friends, there marriage is always under strain because financial problems are continually at the forethought of their minds. They never know from one month to another how they will fund the next mortgage payment or car repayment. Petty things get blown out of perspective because stress levels run high which all stems from the financial problems in the marriage. They get upset with each other and yet they are both to blame, they both want what they can’t afford and even though they earn far more than most, with every penny they earn their expectations increase, their spending increases and the financial problems continue. So many couples let themselves into financial problems just because they choose to ignore money issues, expect them to disappear, resolve themselves without any effort but, just like any other marriage problem financial issues need to be addressed, nipped in the bud before they become out of hand. Fighting isn’t the answer, arguing doesn’t solve anything and it certainly doesn’t address the real cause of the problem which is all down to supply and demand. In doesn’t really matter how the original problem occurred, why money is now short and why bills can’t be paid and generally the fault doesn’t tend to lie with one person, the question is how soon are you both going to face up to the issue, get your head out of the clouds and start doing something about it. I was speaking to a friend the other night and he was fighting an issue from a totally different corner from his wife to be, forgetting the whole concept that marriage is all down to team work, working together to resolve anything that life throws at you. When you loose focus, fail to see what really matters in life, start arguing and fighting against each other rather than working together to sort such issues out you start to chip away at the very foundations of what could be a solid relationship. No matter how your financial problems in your marriage developed, blissful ignorance, credit card happy, making an important financial decision without discussing it or just spending too much every week, you have to now sit down together, focus on the issue at hand, forget what has happened in the past, how you got into the situation in the first place and put all your time and energy into sorting it out. Don’t blame anyone, don’t go looking for a fight just sit down, detail your spending, detail your earnings and then work out how you close the gap. Support each other through the process, work together towards the same goal which is to learn to live within your means whether that be through working more hours, retraining for a higher paid job, finding opportunities to earn extra cash from home or just accepting you are living outside your means and working out how you can spend less. Don’t let financial problems cloud your marriage, sort them out before you destroy something very special and live to regret it.

         
    Why not a stag party in budapest

     

    Split down the middle by the Danube river, yet inundated with great bars, outrageously fit Hungarian women, and with the heat of the South European sun beating down - Hungary's Budapest should be top of your list for a stag party location this year. The capital of Hungary is quickly becoming one of Europe's most sought after destinations. Either side of the Danube lie the historic Buda, or the cosmopolitan centre of nightlife and shops that is Pest - acting as an intoxicating mix for a great stag weekend. Why not explore this vibrant, cultural city before the hoards of tourists descend to make it another crowded Paris. Whatever you have planned, Budapest is so diverse that you will always find something to do in this "Paris of the East". Whether it's eating and drinking at one of the hordes of ludicrously cheap city bars, relaxing out the day after in one of the 123 registered thermal spas or simply checking out Buda's historic castle - this Eastern European capital never sleeps. So prepare for a trip of sights, sun and wild stories to tell. Just remember to book your Monday off work. Its probably best really. Budapest in a nutshell: - Weekend on a shoestring? No issue. Have a beer for 80p, and dine for less than a fiver, - Soak up the sun with some of the highest summer temperatures in Europe. - Adventure sports, Trabant rallying and absailing in the Pilis Mountains. You may want to lay off the lager beforehand though.

         
    Why not a stag weekend in liverpool

     

    When discussing the perfect venue for your Stag Weekend, you would do much worse than Liverpool. Having been selected for this award Liverpool has seen a significant uprise in public arts, architecture, dance, fashion and film to literature, music, science, theatre and visual art... But wait a second, we're supposed to be planning a stag party here! Piled on top of this cultural base are comedy and live music venues, restaurants, cafes, and an wide variety of drinking bars ranging from superb, open fire pubs to the latest chic bars. The Albert Dock also hosts a range of ultra trendy bars such as Baby Cream, Pan Am and Pasha where your sure to spot a celebrity on patrol! Throw in the fact that Liverpool well known as possessing one of the most diverse club scenes around, from The Casbah Club, where The Beatles played their first live performance, to the world famous Pasha, you can guarantee that you will run out of energy before Liverpool runs out of venues to shake your thang! At the weekend, the streets are rammed with some of the friendliest locals and the skimpiest clad girls in the north west, making their way between one place to another through the compact city centre, creating a carnival atmosphere. All of these elements combine to make Liverpool's night scene one of the most energetic in Great Britain. So no matter whether bar crawling or high rolling in one of the city centres many casinos is your preference, Liverpool has so much to offer a stag party that you'd have to be crazy to go anywhere else!

         
    Why should single christians seek to be married

     

    This may seem like an obvious question but we often come across confused single Christians wondering whether God wants them to be married or with wrong ideas about why they should get married. In this article we will attempt to give some clear advice to all single Christians who are beginning the dating process and are wanting to know the right motives they should have regarding marriage. Single Christians may need to overcome a burden of guilt regarding wanting to be in a loving relationship. This may have arisen through a feeling of unworthiness or lack of self-esteem: “I don’t deserve to get married”, “God doesn’t love me enough to find me a partner” or similar thoughts. The truth is that, right from the start, God has not wanted people to be alone. Adam was the first human being God created and He thought that Adam should not be on his own, in fact it was the first thing God said was “not good” when everything else in the garden of Eden was perfect. So, if God’s purpose for his creation was for them not be alone then we can be sure that He has not changed and He still wants everyone to be married like Adam was. Of course we now live in a fallen world and God’s plan for marriage may not be perfected in all our lives the same as any of His may not be perfected. This is no reason not to pursue them though. So much of the Kingdom of God is built on relationship (perhaps all of it) and marriage within God’s plan is at is heart. The Bible says that marriage is a mystery that mirrors Christ’s relationship with His Church. If this was the best illustration St Paul could use then surely marriage is a significant thing for Christians. The New Testament says that people should marry to avoid falling into immorality. Marriage is the best place for intimacy as it is a committed and blessed relationship. People go into marriage wanting that security from being with their partners. Intimacy outside this is temporary and risky both physically and emotionally and does not carry God’s blessing. Christians should not be scared of intimacy and consider it somehow “non-spiritual”, the truth is that it is deeply spiritual and can provide great healing within a marriage. Single Christians should seriously consider their own need for true intimacy before they begin dating, as this should not become a shock to them once they get married. God wants single Christians to marry because He wants children to be born into the Christian community. We mention this lastly as we believe that the relationship aspects of marriage should be thought about first. If the relationship motives are not right then having children will not fix things. So there are a number of good reasons why single Christians should be happy to seek marriage without feeling selfish or guilty. Seeking what is good for ones life is not to be criticised and people should encourage others looking to improve the quality of their lives through a married relationship.

         
    With highlife adventures dating goes back to the future

     

    In a world where men and women often spend more time with their BlackBerrys and iPhones than they do with other each other, the longing for shared experiences and face-to-face interaction has become palpable. According to Mary Vallone, President of Highlife Adventures ( highlifeadventures), an upscale social club for singles in Chicago and Indianapolis, this is especially true when it comes to dating. “Men and women are stepping out from the anonymity of the online dating world and reclaiming their lives,” Vallone says. “Today’s singles not only want to meet people who share their interests, but they also want to share real-life experiences with like-minded potential mates.” For many singles, this trend toward group activities based on common interests breaks new ground in the dating arena. “In a sense, we’re going back to the future,” says Vallone. “It’s as though the ice cream social of the early 20th century has been kicked up several notches.” Indeed, Highlife Adventures’ 3,000 Chicagoland members would be hard-pressed to find an ice cream social among the over 65 activities planned each month. Those who crave adventure can go parasailing, caving, or experience being a fighter pilot for a day. Music aficionados can revel in a hot night of cool jazz or attend a rock star fantasy camp, while those with cultural interests can attend a performance of the Chicago Symphony or a Frank Lloyd Wright tour. Members who enjoy the club scene can participate in a trolley pub-crawl, a moonlight party cruise, or events like “Martinis and Manicures” or “Pots ‘n’ Shots Pottery Class.” Vallone explains that Highlife Adventures’ approach serves to bring people together in a pressure-free setting. “When you attend an event, you’re meeting people you already have something in common with and who are all there to meet you,” she says. “And, when you’re having fun, you let your guard down and are more likely to meet the right person.” This new dating trend is in stark contrast to the bar scene of the 1980s, the one-on-one matching services of the 1990s, and the speed dating phenomena that peaked a few years ago. “Not all singles like to hang out in bars, many don’t care for the pressure of sequential one-on-one dates, and most people find that speed dating is too superficial,” says Vallone. And, while online dating may appeal to the college crowd, many of the 25- to 45-year-olds in Highlife Adventures’ membership have “been there, done that.” According to Vallone, “Meeting people online can be fun, but also fraught with pitfalls. Singles fare better when they put down the mouse, get out of the house, and meet people face-to-face.” Highlife Adventures helps ensure their members’ experiences are positive by prescreening potential members in person and having a company representative at each event. Ultimately, Vallone concludes, “We don’t match anyone. Instead, we provide unique, fun events where groups of singles can meet one another and find what they seek – whether it’s a friend, a date, or a soulmate.”

         
    Writing the perfect wedding speech hints and tips

     

    So you've been asked to give a speech at a wedding? Or maybe you just want to make a speech on your own accord, it doesn't matter. It also doesn't matter if you are the bride, the groom, the best man, the father of the bride or the maid of honor, it's still a scary ordeal for any one to have to go through. But with the tips I give you in this article, I assure you, you will feel more comfortable not only writing the perfect wedding speech but delivering the perfect wedding speech, so let's get started shall we. The best way to get a wedding speech started is to thank any one and every one important to the bride and groom and every one who helped set up the wedding. Depending on what your role is, you can spend quite a bit of time thanking every one, including the bride and grooms parents for making the wedding possible. Telling a funny story about either the bride or groom is also a good way to get the speech going smoothly. Make sure the funny story you tell though isn't vulgar or terribly rude and don't go spilling secrets that might hurt the marriage before it even has a chance to get started. This is not the time to air dirty laundry to every one in the family. Giving the bride and groom some advice that you've learned over the years about relationships, marriage or just general good advice is a great way to end your speech. If you've learnt something over the many years you've lived and you feel like it would benefit the bride and or groom, then by all means, impart your wisdom to them and the entire wedding reception. If after reading these tips you still are not sure you can write the perfect wedding speech, I give you permission to steal some one else speech and reword it into your own. You will find thousands of websites that offer free wedding speech templates online (including my website) and there are countless books you can buy online and download online right now that give you really good quality speeches and toasts that you can steal and use as your own. But the main thing to remember is relax! It's all a bit of fun in the end and as long as you don't insult any one or say anything vulgar and rude, every one will think your speech was great.

         
    Yearly guide for anniversary gift giving

     

    Is your anniversary here again? Don’t know what to buy your better half? Maybe the anniversary gift guide can help. The guide has been updated with a few gift ideas to make your shopping a little easier. 1st Anniversary - The first anniversary is the year of paper. Paper gifts are not as boring as one may think. It can be as simple as a handwritten poem or as lavish as an airline ticket. 2nd Anniversary – The second anniversary is cotton. A good cotton gift is clothing. Personalizing it makes it even more special. Nowadays you can personalize just about anything. 3rd Anniversary - The third anniversary gift is leather. Wallets and purses are nice leather gifts. There are also tins of leather items that can be personalized as well. (Ex. Personalized leather bracelets or briefcases) 4th Anniversary - Linen is the fourth anniversary gift. Linen gifts include table linens and vacation linen shirts also known as Guayaberas. 5th Anniversary - Wood is fifth anniversary gift. Gift ideas range from gift baskets to furniture. 6th Anniversary - The sixth anniversary is iron. Iron gifts include candleholders and picture frames. 7th Anniversary - Depending on who you ask, the seven year anniversary is either copper or wool. Cooper gifts include vases and bowls. Wool gifts include sweaters and scarves. 8th Anniversary - Bronze is the eighth anniversary gift. Bronze gifts can be anything from a candleholder or vase to a trinket or memorable keepsake being bronzed. 9th Anniversary - Pottery is the ninth anniversary. Sculptures, vases and bowls are the most common of these gifts. A great gift idea would be to enjoy a pottery class together. 10th Anniversary - Tin or Aluminum is the gifts for 10 years of bliss. Jewelry boxes or tin gift containers filled with goodies make great tin/aluminum gifts. Gift basket containers would be a great to incorporate tin or aluminum. 11th Anniversary - Eleven years of marriage equal a gift of Steel. Gifts can be anything from a stainless steel watch or pendant to stainless kitchen appliances. 12th Anniversary - Silk is the twelfth anniversary gift. Silk pajamas and sheets are a wonderful gift. Robes and clothing are also great. 13th Anniversary - The thirteenth anniversary is that of Lace. This anniversary gift’s element is more for the ladies. Lace table linens, hankies and nightgowns are wonderful gifts of lace. 14th Anniversary - Ivory is the gift fourteen years of marriage. Imagination is important for this gift giving year. An ivory broche is a worldly gift for your wife and if your husband is open to anything, try an ivory elephant tusk. Not likely huh? How about Ivory soap? At least I tried. 15th Anniversary – Fifteen years of wedded bliss earn you Crystal. Swarovski Crystals set in a pendant, watch or other piece of jewelry is a nice idea. For the simple folk, a crystal vase or personalized champagne flutes add that touch of romance. 20th Anniversary - Twentieth Anniversary is the gift of China. That is pretty self explanatory. 25th Anniversary - Twenty five years of marriage is also known as The Silver Anniversary. Silver jewelry or nice jewelry boxes are always safe bets. 30th Anniversary - Pearl is the gift of a thirty year anniversary. Pearls can be given as a necklace or placed in a ring. 35th Anniversary - Coral or Jade is the gifts for this anniversary. You can find coral gifts such as vases, sculptures, trays or games made or coral. Jade gifts are usually jewelry like bracelets and earrings. 40th Anniversary - The fortieth year anniversary gift is Ruby. Like many of the gifts, jewelry is a good gift. 45th Anniversary - Sapphires represent forty years of marriage. Jewelry 50th Anniversary - The Golden Anniversary is among one of the well known. Gold gifts can be anything from jewelry to golden vases, cups, frames, figurines and other trinkets. 55th Anniversary - Emeralds are the gifts of this year. Jewelry is a common gift. 60th Anniversary - Sixty years of being married most certainly deserves Diamonds. What could be better than diamond jewelry? 65th Anniversary - Blue Sapphires are the gifts of this year. Once again jewelry is appropriate…it’s deserved! 70th Anniversary - Platinum gifts are representative of seventy platinum years of marriage. Platinum gifts include jewelry, music boxes, figurines and gift boxes. 75th Anniversary - Once again Diamond is the gift of choice. After seventy five years of marriage, it is most certainly deserving. Best gift…Jewelry! 80th Anniversary - Oak represents eighty years of marriage. If you have been married eighty years than you marriage is stronger than oak. Nevertheless a fantastic oak gift is Oak Home! If you can’t afford it, there are tons of handmade oak gifts such as furniture, wall shelves and many more. Flowers and gift baskets are great gift ideas for those of the more modern times, no matter which anniversary you are celebrating.

         
    3 Things to pay attention to for your budget wedding

     

    Getting married is one of your most important day of our lives. Some people tend to have a budget wedding as to save their money for some practical reasons. What important to know is that a budget wedding does not mean a cheap wedding. It all depends on how smart you plan your budget wedding. There are many aspects that you can cut cost of your wedding expenditures. However, you should pay attentions on some aspects so that you will not sacrifice the quality of it. First, Wedding Photography and/or Videography. A professional wedding photography can charge you anywhere between $1000-$3000. You might think that you can just ask your friend or relative to take your wedding pictures. It is a No No. Wedding pictures and videos are the only things that you can see or view to re-live your wedding moments in future. If you really need to cut your budget, try asking around from some photography clubs. There are some members out there who really have a hobby of photography and would not mind to give you lower prices. One good practice is to pay them first to do your pre-wedding picture or video. If you satisfy with the results, you can contract him/her again for you wedding day. Wedding venue. If you think that you could save money by having your wedding money in your house for free of charge, make sure that your house if conformable enough for guest to gather around. We would like the guest to be comfortable so that they would stay longer. In the end, how could the wedding party be nice when guests are leaving early? Try to find good venue that match your theme. You would find that in some days or time, the price could be lower. Flowers. Have you asked around how much it will cost you for arranging wedding ceremony flowers? You get shocked when it could cost you above $700 right? Some of the flower vendor could charge you very cheap. But the be careful of vendor that will show you a good sample of flowers, and when it is time for your wedding day, he/she will arrange the flowers with some "not fresh" ones. Well, you can always cut your cost here buy ordering the flowers that are in season. Or, you can have a garden wedding without adding more budgets to flower decorations. There are other aspects to consider for your budget wedding. Overall, the important thing is to have proper planning for your budget wedding. You can cut cost up to 50% of what you have budgeted.

         
    5 Tips for solving marital money issues

     

    Whether you and your spouse both work outside of the home, or one of you stays home with the children, it’s easy for one person to feel out of the financial picture. It’s important in a marriage to feel equal to your partner, on all levels of the playing field. Even if you don’t feel “stuck”, it’s important for couples to communicate openly about their financial situation, and try to better it together. Most marriages have their financial ups and downs. It can truly be a test to your relationship with your partner in dealing with the downs in particular. Here are some tips to help you deal with these situations in the quickest and calmest way possible. 1.) Pick the Right Time. Find a non stress time to sit down and have a discussion with your partner. Me and my husband love to go on evenings out, because it gives us a chance to discuss important issues in a non stress environment. If you must stay home, make sure the kids are not present during the conversation. 2.) Come Prepared. Write down the matters you have been thinking about beforehand so that you can stay on track during your discussion. 3.) Don’t Get Emotional. Avoid personal attacks towards your spouse. Use “I” instead of “you” when speaking. Don’t be argumentative and state how you feel. Don’t point fingers, and don’t start a fight. 4.) Take Turnsmon courtesy will help you achieve your goals. Feeling equal to your partner will come with a general respect between you and your partner. 5.) Make a Plan. Discuss the situation and future plans with your spouse. Make sure you have a basic budget in place and discuss you and your partner’s vital steps in your financial futurepile a money to-do list and check your progress often. Remember the love you have for each other during the conversation, and listen Also to what your partner has to say during the discussion. If it seems to be a bad time in general to talk about it, remember that there will be another opportunity to let your partner know how you feel. Let it go, and pick a better time in the future.

         
    5 Tips to keep a marriage exciting

     

    The buildup to the wedding is so exciting; making arrangements, laying out a plan for your future lives together. But after the honeymoon ends, life begins. And while you may have the most wonderful marriage, even the most devoted couple is certain to find the married lifestyle to be at times, well let’s say, less than exciting. I mean let’s face it, you love the other person, but spending all day with the same individual makes for a lot of routine activities, that if you are not careful can drag on your relationship and make you both feel unsatisfied with what is otherwise a very loving relationship. As a result, it is vital that couples not simply sit back in the belief that a marriage will remain exciting merely on its own momentum. Rather, it is important that spouses take some basic steps to infuse their relationships with a bit of excitement. 1. Have Independent Interests You cannot have anything interesting to say if you spend every waking moment doing and experiencing the same things. Having independent interests is not a sign of a weak marriage, as some newlyweds believe, but rather a sign of its strength. Having independent interests means that you have something unique to bring to conversations, ensuring that you both always have something interesting, and yes exciting, to say to one another. 2. Spontaneous Events While you were dating, planning the spontaneous event seemed rather innate. But, as we grow comfortable in our relationships and more busy by life’s obligations, we have a tendency to rely upon the strength of our relationships and in so doing fail to keep things spontaneous. So to mix things up; plan an afternoon or evening event that is completely new. Try that show your spouse has been dying to see, or visit that new restaurant that just opened up. 3. Never threaten separation This is less a rule to keep things exciting, and more one to keep them sound. A relationship can only grow and remain exciting if both parties are confident in their commitment to one another. As a consequence, make it a rule between you and your partner that you never threaten separation or divorce. Establish an understanding that if you threaten separation, you should be heading out the door to back it up. It is a harsh rule, but one that needs imposition if your relationship is to survive the ups and downs which are a part of all marriages. 4. Weekend Trips One sure-fire way to inject some romance into your marriage is to take a vacation with just the two of you. But with the rigors of life and the costs of a trip, a full-blown vacation can seem hard to justify. So instead opt for a one night local vacation. Plan a dinner and evening out, and cap it off with a night in a hotel. The expense isn’t a lot considering the excitement that a trip, no matter how small, can bring into a relationship. 5. Spice up the bedroom The final tip to bring excitement into any relationship is to spice things up in the bedroom. Your sex life has a strong correlation with the strength and satisfaction of your relationship. So try exploring a new position or even a sexual fantasy or adult toy with your partner, and in so doing share something intimate and bring some excitement into your marriage.

         
     
         
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