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Working With Your Spouse

Silver Linings: Marriage, Year 25

Sheila Blanchette | Posted 02.18.2016 | Fifty
Sheila Blanchette

We frequently fight, we often argue, laughter comes easy, and in the end we agree on where we are going, it's just how we get there that sometimes causes a problem. We've never had a plan, and despite working our asses off all these years, money's scarce. We fly by the seat of our pants.

How To Run a Successful Business With Your Spouse

Kim Pisolkar | Posted 05.27.2014 | Small Business
Kim Pisolkar

If you're thinking about going into business with your significant other, know that it is 100 percent possible to do so successfully. You're just going to have to work together and be extremely open to compromise.

Married to Your Work: How to Be in Business with Your Spouse

Fauzia Burke | Posted 01.23.2014 | Business
Fauzia Burke

Marriage and business works when you work at it together. In fact, it can work so well that blending family and business may become a tremendous blessing in your life. It has in mine.

My Husband and I Work Together 24/7 Without Even the Occasional Urge to Kill Each Other

Maureen Anderson | Posted 11.18.2012 | Business
Maureen Anderson

It's been more than eighteen years, and -- at the risk of jinxing everything -- I'd like to share a few theories about why we... work.

Why We Sometimes Feel Stabbed In The Back When Celebrity Relationships Go Off Track

Jamillah Lamb | Posted 09.11.2012 | Weddings
Jamillah Lamb

We are often doubly saddened when tragedy strikes celebrities, not just because we can relate to their tragedy, but because when something goes wrong in the lives of people living our dream lives, we all feel a little more vulnerable.

4 Secrets To Successfully Running A Business With Your Spouse

Valerie Holstein | Posted 08.06.2012 | Weddings
Valerie Holstein

Successfully running a company with your significant other can seem like an insurmountable balancing act, but if it's approached honestly and realistically early on, you can head off potential problems before they have a chance to take hold.