In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: Why getting a prenuptial isn’t a terrible idea
I loved this thread from Jill Filipovic on Twitter. For all the women who have been there, they know what’s up. For those still with their heads in the clouds in a romantic, dreamy fantasy…. well I hope that bubble never bursts.
I have owned this Dagne Dover tote (I have 3 of them) for years now, and they have never disappointed me. They are coated canvas which is easy to clean, and feel JUST like the accidentally shipped Prada Saffiano Leather tote I got in the mail (bag mixup with my YSL). It also has tons of compartments.
Why getting a prenup isn’t a bad thing. I think the P-word is the worst one you can bring up to friends when talking about marriage and finances. Prenuptials, or agreements of what to do with your money before and after marriage, are documents everyone gasps in horror over.
But don’t you love him? Don’t you want to be chained together legally forever and ever and not ever be able to leave them for whatever reason just because of financial devastation?
Okay, so maybe the last part was all me, but I don’t see the point of NOT exploring the idea of a prenup. That to me, is not a red flag at all, it is both people being SMART about their money and what they see as the goals of their relationship going forward. It opens up BIG doors to talk about money, and has zero resentment. If you can’t even talk about a prenuptial and be open about money matters, what’s the point?
This flamingo, crystal encrusted choker by Elizabeth Cole is quirky and giving me all the feels right now.
8 confessions of a new dad was very endearing to read. I can see all of those being valid points.
I own this Jane Iredale lip stain and I LOVE IT. It is so easy to wear, easy to glide on, and beautiful. Plus, natural.