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Voyageur Travel’s Honeymoon Without a Foot Print

Voyageur Travel’s Honeymoon Without a Foot Print

The latest trend in honeymoon destinations are eco-friendly tourist stops that offer sight seeing and eco-friendly activities for newly weds. The top five […]

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Prenuptial Agreements:  Should you be upset?

Prenuptial Agreements: Should you be upset?

A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that outlines which belongings including investments, business assets, or family inheritances (to name a few) go to whom if the marriage fails.  Basically saying if the marriage fails, what you owned before the marriage to returned to you. Nobody likes to think of their marriage falling apart, but sometimes it does.  Having a prenuptial agreement in place may help you protect your personal possessions.  These agreements are more popular then you can imagine.  Perhaps its because couples are getting married later in life and with that in mind have more personal belongings and investments that they may want protected.  Some individuals are totally against prenups, others think of it as a safeguard to cover all possibilities.  What do you think?

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Honeymoon Tester, the Best Job in the World!

Honeymoon Tester, the Best Job in the World!

I think I may have just found the best job in the world.  CNN reports , ” wanted: Luxury-loving couples available to globetrot for six months and get paid to test out the most romantic wedding and honeymoon destinations around the world. It’s a hard offer to resist, but what’s being described as “The Ultimate Job” is just the latest in a series of recent dream positions to capture the public’s imagination and serve as a brilliant marketing tool for people and places.” They have had a great response with more than 1,000 couples have already applied for the chance to be sent to resorts in Africa, Europe, Asia and the United States. “The winners will be asked to blog about their experiences a few times a week “when they can get out of the hammock after sipping a glass of champagne,” Meleady said, and write for The Irish Times once a month.” They will also be paid 20,000 euros (about $27,000).

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