Tips for Women as They Adjust to Married Life

Written by Rachel Greenberg

There are basically two types of men out there. Men who like to watch sports, and men who donít. I consider myself lucky to have met and married a man who falls intorepparttar latter category. But that doesnít mean that our lives together are always pure wedded bliss. It takes a lot of work, especially if you have been out in repparttar 122031 single world for a long time.

Iím sure you single ladies out there know what I am talking about. Itís tough to actually have to live with someone when you previously hadrepparttar 122032 place to yourself. And what aboutrepparttar 122033 name change,repparttar 122034 finances, and allrepparttar 122035 other administrative stuff that makes marriage so unsexy?? Letís explore what you can do to handlerepparttar 122036 transition to married life with ease.


It is ever so important these days to have a prenuptial agreement. If he really loves you, your betrothed will understandrepparttar 122037 need for one. After all, you both worked hard forrepparttar 122038 money you earned andrepparttar 122039 assets you acquired before you were married, so why not protect them? Believe me, itís worth a simple piece of paper now to avoid a lot of headache later. There are many highly qualified lawyers out there who can draftrepparttar 122040 agreement for a nominal fee, so put yourself at ease and sign a prenup.


I skipped overrepparttar 122041 actual wedding, since everyone has varying tastes when it comes to wedding ceremonies and receptions, and that is not reallyrepparttar 122042 focus of this article anyway. I want to get right torepparttar 122043 part where he carries you overrepparttar 122044 threshold of your new home, and you are officially husband and wife. As you start your new life together, try to keep these things in mind:

Wedding Day Hair Styles - A Top Ten Checklist

Written by Mike Jones

The big day is fast approaching, andrepparttar energy ofrepparttar 122030 moment sweeps you up. But does it carry your hair along too? Userepparttar 122031 following checklist to ensure your wedding day hair is everything you dream it will be:

1. Which stylist? Make bookings for consultations with more than one stylist well in advance and decide onrepparttar 122032 one you feel most comfortable with. You should be able to express your likes and dislikes without feeling awkward.

2. Long hair, shoulder length, or short hair? It is important to consult with your stylist well in advance and make a decision. Long hair obviously givesrepparttar 122033 stylist much freedom for creativity but a skilled stylist can also work well with medium and short styles. Be sure to choose a length that fits with your personality and style.

3. Have your hair compliment your wedding dress. This can be done by both style and accessories. Smooth, straight hair and pinned up curls are often paired up with smooth satin gowns, whereas a tulle dress often goes well with soft curls.

4. Take into consideration your silhouette. If it's along horizontal lines such as with a wide dress, you'll want to stick with that look for your hair as well. The same goes for a vertical profile.

5. You'll be spending a lot of time atrepparttar 122034 salon picking outrepparttar 122035 perfect hairstyle, so it's best to be prepared. Be sure to wash your hairrepparttar 122036 night before your consultation, and try to have some pictures of styles you'd like to try out.

6. Take a picture of your wedding dress along to your stylist. This will greatly helprepparttar 122037 process along. Also take your veil with you, and letrepparttar 122038 stylist know what kind of wedding you are having: formal, informal, evening, daytime. Alternatively, consult with your stylist before deciding on your headpiece.

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