Let’s face it…stress is inevitable. If you are married, have children and juggling full-time work along with other commitments, it’s only a matter of time before you will succumb to the exhaustion of having to do it all.
Call me “old-fashion” but I believe the man is the head of the home, I don’t think submission to his leadership makes a woman weak, and I believe that honor for your spouse keeps marriages strong. So when it comes to managing the finances of the home; while my husband is Chief Executive Officer (CEO), I’m Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
While getting married will be one of the most important days of your life, it is easy to fall in the trap of debt when preparing for your big day. Even if you don’t go into debt, overspending is very common.
There are times when I not only feel mom guilt but I also feel wife guilt. As a woman who has a full-time job outside of the home, I come home and start on my second job of taking care of my family and then my third job which is this blog. After a full day of all of this, I want to have some time for my husband.
Stomach Virus. Bronchitis. Cold and Allergies. Yep, I’ve experienced all of these in the past month and a half. This month has been incredibly difficult for me as it relates to my health. It seemed as if each week I was getting hit with one sickness after another.