Another lazy Sunday... you know what that means - Q&A via Formspring and random unrelated pictures. Are you excited? Probably not. Are you gonna read it anyway? You'd better.
Do you think money matters in relationships?
But I don't mean that the way you probably think I do. Money actually makes me really uncomfortable, in a very strange way. It always has.
The reason that money can be an important part of a relationship is simple - without it, a couple can go stir crazy together. The result will probably not be good.
With enough disposable income, a couple has the ability to do things. Fun things. Go to movies, go out to dinner, go to concerts... have a good time together. Having been in a relationship where money was a big issue, I know how it can suck to be continually broke. When all you can do is sit around and stare at each other, you may end up strangling one another.
So yes. Money can matter, as a couple. But if you're the type to date someone because they're rich, then you kinda suck. And I will slap you.
Ok... here's one. If you could have your dream job and money, life, time, reality had NO baring, what would it be? xo Shevy
This question was posted by my dear cousin Shevaun. Hey Shev!
To answer your question, I want to take over the world. That is all.
However, that's a pretty dang hard job to land. So until that inevitable day when I become World Ruler, I'd like to be the following: writer (good thing I already am one), TV host, magazine editor-in-chief, instrument-rockin' killer-singin' band chick, host of a rock and/or roll radio show, band manager, clothing store mannequin, continuous neglecter of my other blog, and Alf or girlfriend of Alf.
But don't worry. When I rule the world, you guys can have all my other fun jobs.
Happy Thanksgiving, Canadian counterparts.
Enjoy the tryptophan-induced comas!