I LOVE sports!!!!
Fav Teams: Braves, Falcons, Hawks, Georgia Tech
Fav Artists: Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, The Band Perry, Kip Moore,
Fav TV Shows: Heart Of
Fav Color: Purple
Fav Season: Summer
The one person I would love to meet: Jennifer Aniston
The clothes in my closet have to be in color coordinated.
Entering into a serious committed relationship should not be taken lightly. There are some important conversations you have to have with your partner before you even think about getting engaged or even moving in together. Just because you have been together exclusively for a while, doesn’t mean you are ready to share forever together. Here are the most important things you need to talk about before getting married:
- Kids: Do you both want them? When? How many? This is something you both seriously need to be on the same page about. Don’t go into something assuming he will change his mind about it eventually or that you can change his mind down the road – that is a recipe for disaster!
- Money: Will you keep separate bank accounts? Who will pay the bills? How much will you each contribute to savings each month? Finances are what couples fight about the most. Set yourself up right by discussing money before you move in together.
- Religion: If you are both the same religion this might not be as big an issue, but if one partner has a stronger faith than the other, or you share different beliefs, you need to discuss how children will be raised, how holidays are celebrated and how your extended families play into all of it.
- Discuss relationship deal breakers: If your partner likes to spend all his free time playing golf and you think that will be a problem in the future, express your feelings before it becomes an issue. A healthy relationship involves compromise, but if a partner isn’t aware of an issue he or she can’t make any changes. (MSN)