I was reading an interesting story today about a person named Dr. Emil Chynn who apparently went with the life route of making sure your career is all good first so that you will be financially ready for love and to start a family. Apparently he hasn’t had much luck and even went to extremes such as offering to give away cash in the five figure range if someone introduces him to a match.
That’s kind of interesting to think about in terms of how much money one would potentially spend to find a mate later in life versus how much simpler it probably is when you are at a young age. Then again, maybe this is simply the case of someone working too much continuously and not taking the time to meet people. I was thinking too, is it inappropriate to think of this kind of stuff from a financial point of view?
Example, the other way to think about it is you take the priority in finding your match first and then build your wealth together. This is as opposed to two people trying to make it on their own and then hoping later down the road they meet someone of an equal level. Money and finance isn’t so straight forward when it comes to life direction huh?