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Money For Your Honeymoon

Money For Your Honey(moon)

Saving for your honeymoon is an absolute must. Sure, going into debt for it will get you to your romantic destination, but you don't want to have that debt cloud hanging over your heads while basking in the clear-sky sunshine. Saving for a big vacation for two people takes some discipline, but think about the end result!

Your newlywed vacation is quite the fabulous reward and you may even feel good moving money each month from your checking account to your honeymoon fund. Each deposit is so many dollars closer to your love-fest getaway, and if that doesn't serve as motivation to save, I don't know what does.

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lulita lulita 8 years
Man... when is my man gonna pop the frigging question :/
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
Definitely don't go into debt over it because it will just stress you out more before the wedding, during the actual honeymoon and long after. Save as much as you can and you might even have extra left over when you receive money as a wedding gift.
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