Congrats on owning your very first car! How exciting!
Now, you have the freedom to drive wherever and whenever you want!
Just because you saved up all that cash, researched cars for sale, and purchased a vehicle doesn’t mean you’re done with vehicle-related responsibilities. On the contrary, you now have a lot of work to do! But it’s okay.
Unfortunately, a lot of people are not quite as safe only as they would like to be. Despite the fact that we’re all increasingly reliant upon the world wide web for everything from entertainment to work, there is no way to truly ensure your security within this world. This has been particularly highlighted through recent data breaches. While some are on a governmental level, ultimately resulting in serious consequences that may not be revealed until years after they’ve occurred, others are splashed across the tabloids. They may even involve celebrities, as some of the most high profile cyber scandals have. Others involve businesses, and can ultimately result in data loss and of course financial compromises as well. A recent survey reported that about 87% of small businesses reported a security breach in 2012. What this means is that cybersecurity issues go beyond merely big businesses and famous people. Even small business owners, who may not initially realize that they have reasons to worry regarding cyber security, can potentially be put at risk.
Sadly, about 40% to 50% of married couples end up divorcing in the United States. And it’s never easy.
Divorce can be extremely hard on both parties, especially if children are part of the picture. Whether you’ve been with your partner for decades or are just recently married, if it’s not working — and you truly don’t believe it’s going to work — divorce might be your only true chance at living a happy life.