You already know the cheapest way to get married is by simply obtaining a marriage license and tying the knot at the courthouse. However, you don’t want to go that route. You still want your marriage to be an occasion both you and your spouse will remember, surrounded by friends and family. But what happens when you can’t afford to have a grand wedding and your relatives can’t foot any of the costs? You could finance your wedding through loans, but depending on what state you’re in, the price and interest rates can be astronomically high, so it’s best to avoid the debt.
Sometimes fans forget that even though NFL players rep their team and most likely live in the city where they play, they aren't always from that city or even state. If the players are good enough to make it to the NFL, they typically take whatever team they will get the most playing time with or the most money from. And they are often traded and relocated a lot throughout their career on the field.
Besides the dread and confusion of work visas and language barriers, working in another country can be an incredible experience. Not only is experiencing other cultures a humbling and exciting experience, it’s also known to enhance learning and adaptability. Studies show that learning about other cultures is a critical component of the adaptation process, and it adds value to creativity. By working in another country, you’re not only experiencing the lifestyle of others—you’re also opening yourself up to a world of opportunities.
TV stars always live in the most beautiful homes. They rarely are seen going to work, but somehow are able to afford a lavish and seemingly perfect lifestyle. If you are like the rest of America, you may wonder how this is possible? Why can’t you afford a huge NYC apartment with only one roommate on your $45,000 salary?