From managing an upscale restaurant and dating a DJ to raising twin girls and owning a home.
My relationship actually costs me money. Here's how.
When your parents are divorced, you want to make everything as smooth as possible.
Dating is hard.
I came to this conclusion early on: two cheap people should never be in a relationship together. When two cheap people get together, they're never able to embrace the joys of capitalism, and their lives are the more boring for it.
If you have a half hour to spare over lunch and want to read a terribly messy story about a couple's five-year divorce battle in court, this is the story for you. It's quite sad, especially for the children involved.
A discussion: What is it that happens with money in relationships? I’ve seen it with my parents, with friends: with the exception of infidelity, no one thing has wrenched apart more couples than money, and the value judgments, petty arguments, and power struggles that come with it.
Lisa and Bryan are moving in together and here's why.
I've never bought my own handbag. For years I was afraid to buy my own clothes. For years I didn't need to buy my own clothes. Because my mother bought them all for me.
How to not drive your generous friends crazy when they offer to let you live with them for a few months.
Michael Dempster broke his back one night when he sleepwalked out a window. To get on his girlfriend's health care plan, the couple decided to commit to a domestic partnership. This is his story.