I’ve always considered myself to be an intelligent, independent woman. I earned my college degree on scholarship while raising four kids alone. I worked a corporate job and supported my family by myself for many years. I have things figured out and I always have a plan.
I have to let go of this notion that things are supposed to happen by a certain time. I have to let go of cultural expectations that women are “old and washed up” if not married by a certain age, somehow undesirable, or something is wrong with them.
Life would be so much easier if we could have a one-size-fits-all answer to loaded questions. And this is one! Why? Because it triggers all kinds of other questions you should also be asking yourself. Here are four key questions to ask as your new romance unfolds during the holiday season:
You probably already know that your credit scores are used by banks, credit card issuers, car dealerships, insurance companies and more to determine the risk of lending you money or providing services, but it seems that there is a very real connection between your love life and your credit score.