Many couples, married or not, get together late enough in their lives that they each have a full household of furniture. When you both have couches, dining sets, and beds, it’s easy to assume that when you combine your households, ... read more
When marrying someone who already has kids, your marriage often means more than the uniting of two souls. It can also move you into a role as a step-parent, or may even involve adopting children as your own. Regardless, it ... read more
Wedding planning should be a fun and exciting process for you and your partner, but it can sometimes get complicated when other family members are involved. Since your parents, siblings, and other relatives love you very much, it can sometimes ... read more
Wedding planning is a busy time, but it’s also a time for you to be reflective on your future: where you’ll live, what your holiday traditions will look like and, of course, if and when you’ll start a family. But ... read more
Weddings are full of decisions: the venue, the officiant, the food—and whether you’ll allow Post Malone songs to be played during the reception. But one of the most personal decisions during wedding planning is whether or not you’ll change your ... read more
It’s a story we all know and love: two people meet, seemingly on accident. They bump into each other on the street, their dogs get tangled up on an afternoon walk, they try to buy the same box of cereal ... read more
Living in a home with a committed life partner can be a lovely, comforting thing: you know each other’s routines, you get to spend meals and evenings together, and you probably even have some joint projects and hobbies. One truth ... read more
It may have been a few months or years since you started getting serious with your partner. At some point, one or both of you may raise the point that you don’t really want to get married, ever. It’s becoming ... read more
Our families tend to get excited when we bring the same partner around to the house for a little while. After all, in previous decades some of the biggest achievements in life were getting married and having children. For many ... read more
Millennials are always being blamed for something. And when we’re not being blamed, we’re compared to our predecessors, the baby boomers. You may have seen articles blaming millennials for ruining the napkin or cereal industry, but this time the millennials ... read more
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