I think the Citadel and Muttart are the only places that look like Spring in this city at the moment. Spring snowstorm positive: moisture is good and the gently falling snow is quite peaceful. #MotivationMonday#Maybe 😕
🚨🎉GIVEAWAY🎉🚨 Welcome to day 1 of #WhereTheWildOnesWin - today we are giving away a custom @pikeandarrow tag of your choice and a @head.lites collar of your choice! Swipe through the slide show to see more pics of these adorable prizes
How to enter:
1. Follow me, @thelifeofdelilah and @mountainmuttandgirl as well as our awesome vendors for today. (@head.lites and @pikeandarrow)
2. Tag a friend below to enter,
one tag is one entry, unlimited entries allowed.
All 5 giveaways will close on Tuesday, May 2 at 9pm EST. The winners of each individual day giveaway will be chosen at random and announced on the hosts Instagram accounts. This is only open to residents of Canada and US.
Don't forget to check back every day this week as we will be giving away a different prize pack every day!
Ladies, are you in charge of your own finances or do you leave it up to your significant other? Do you just assume that they have everything in place and that you don’t need to know about your financial situation too? That you do other tasks and that when it comes to the finances, that it is their duty?
I have no problem splitting up tasks, BUT when it comes to finances, I do not agree that this is an area to completely remove yourself from. Think of it this way, at some point in your life, it is just going to be you. Not trying to sound like a Debby downer, I am just being realistic. The chances that your significant other will pass before you do, the chance that someone may become disabled/have a significant health problem or have to go on long term disability or even divorce, means that you will need to know how to manage your finances at some point. Doesn’t it seem ridiculous to wait until something bad happens and then you have to deal with being reactive which is a much different situation than if you are proactive. Being proactive means you have more choices, more opportunities and you can put more systems in place to help you come out financially successful. Ladies, I know it may seem overwhelming, but you just have to start. Pick one thing to learn about and build on that. Start with learning how much you owe on your credit cards, student loans, mortgage, line of credit, etc. and what you are paying in interest and when that debt will be paid off. This is a great way to begin understanding where you are financially.