First Date

Most guys goal when they ask a woman out on a first date is for her to have a good time with them so she’ll want to go out again. Yet, sometime there are things that guys don’t do, even if it was unintentional, that can have a woman not wanting to even go out once with them.

  • Know Key Things That She Likes To Do

A guy should know before planning out a first date what type of food the woman like, along with some activities she enjoy doing in her free time, mainly to increase his chances of her saying yes and having a great time while with him.

  • Inform Her In Advance

It’s important for a guy to let a woman know at least a day in advance, along with providing the time and what all he plan for the two of them to do on the date in my opinion so the woman doesn’t feel like she was just a last minute backup plan. Also, this helps to possibly give her time to change up some things on her schedule to go out on the date if she initially was busy.

Have you ever been ask to go out on a first date by a guy at the last minute? If yes. how did that make you feel at that time?

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Household Bills

There isn’t one right answer in terms of how monthly household bills should be split between a couple living together. The key thing is for the two of them to be on the same page with clear expectations establish. Thus, I’m simply giving my opinion on how I feel things should be divided below.

Our Yearly Salary Is About The Same

  • I consider marriage to be a partnership and not a sponsorship. Therefore, if we both got good jobs and make about the same yearly my expectations is for my partner and I to split all household bills 50/50 each month.

I Make Significantly More Than My Partner

  • A key motto of mines in life is to treat others like I want to be treated. Therefore, I can’t have my partner splitting the household bills with me 50/50 if I make way more than her, since I wouldn’t want her to do that to me. Furthermore, I want to make sure my partner still has money after bills are paid to purchase nice things. As a result, I got no issue in having an 80/20 split on bills for that to be the case.

Do you agree or disagree on how I feel monthly household expenses should be divided between a couple and why?

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