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Newlyweds: the dreaded baby pressure

How do just-married couples deal with all the tick-tock, why-wait baby pressure? We get an insight from three newlyweds.

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Two cultures, one wedding

Incorporating two different cultures into one wedding day can be tricky. But it isn’t impossible.

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Living and working together: three couples’ insights

Being married is fun and challenging, all at the same time. Yet some couples take the challenge to the next level by living and working together. In this article, we meet three couples that are doing just that.

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How to Deal With a Passive Partner

When you’re planning something as big and as important as a wedding, it is crucial that all hands are to the deck, so to speak. Having one person piggybacking the project to its conclusion is not really acceptable and can lead to a few minor resentments (which can obviously be used at a later date for well-timed ammunition in an explosive, crockery-throwing argument).

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After the wedding – advice and a nifty infographic

Hopefully you’ve recently read our six-part checklist to planning your own wedding. Perhaps you’re wondering, after the wedding, “what’s next?” Well, once you’ve disappeared for an elongated period of time into your honeymoon suite on some tropical island somewhere and then emerged as an entirely different couple you’ve actually got to deal with the fact that a wedding isn’t just a one day, or even two-week vacation from reality – it is your new reality.

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What’s the point in getting married?

Is there a point in marriage? No? What if I told you it’d save you money? Join me as I look at both the emotional AND practical perks of tying the knot

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