Dear my future husband,
If you love me, don’t give me a diamond ring.
I believe that it is necessary to have some kind of down payment for people to take the relationship more seriously.
Marriage is a business even people hate to admit it. Remember, you have to sign a contract.
If you propose and run away with your love at first sight new girlfriend, sorry you won’t get back your engagement ring. That is the price you will have to pay for wasting the valuable time that I won’t be able get back, ruining my reputation and breaking my heart.
If you don’t break your promise, you won’t lose anything. It is a fair game. I am expensive and every girl should be too.Read More
Like most girls, I would love to to have Carrie Bradshaw’s lifestyle in Sex And The City. Who doesn’t want a beautiful Upper East Side apartment with over 100 pairs of designer shoes in a big giant walk in closet?
Her life seems so wonderful: writing for a famous column, partying at the most exclusive parties, wearing designer clothes from head to toe and dating a millionaire.
It is beautiful, but unrealistic.
As a blogger, I know most writers don’t make a lot of money from writing, Or else every journalist and blogger would be a millionaire.
Life is not Sex and The City, and most of us cannot afford to visit Barneys, Bergdorf Goodman or Saks every other day. If Carrie Bradshaw lived in our world, she would be in serious debt and she might need to write a frugal blog instead of a relationship column.
There is actually a great book about a real-life-Carrie -turned-frugal-blogger (minus the millionaire boyfriend).Read More