They say the best marriages have a little bit of magic, but longstanding relationships also manage to combine practicality and romance. Without a solid grounding in practical matters, even the most loving couple will have trouble raising a family and dealing with their finances, but practicality alone is not enough.
Carefully considered family planning allows partners a great deal of empowerment and freedom as they decide when to conceive and when to avoid conception. Many women have at least one pregnancy in their lives, yet about half of all pregnancies aren’t planned. With the rise in contraceptive choices, women have
According to a Financial Security Index survey conducted by Bankrate recently, only one in five working Americans are actively saving money from their paychecks each month. This low rate has not changed significantly in the past four years. That same study found that American parents were among those who did
Last month House Republicans revealed a four hundred page overhaul of tax legislation that could have a negative impact on foster care and the adoption process here in the United States. In this “Jobs and Tax Cuts Act” there’s a section dealing with adoption tax credits, which have been available
A reporter who works for the Guardian newspaper in Great Britain was recently asked at a news conference how many of her children’s drawings she keeps, and for how long. Her response, paraphrased and shortened, is as follows: First of all, don’t ever think you have to keep everything that