Over the span of their lives almost everyone will be affected by unemployment. While some are lucky enough to have never gone through unemployment, most of us have. We have to keep an open mind and be prepared in case it ever happens to us. Most people keep their networks up to date and are ... Read More »
Valuable Advice for all Single Moms
While everyone else seems to get some rest for their jobs, there is never an off day for a single mom.
The readership for this section is very diverse. You come from all different backgrounds, by way of culture, age, professional background, income, and more. The theme of this section is about single motherhood and, as single moms have complex and difficult lives, sometimes it is very comforting knowing others have experienced similar trials.
Find here tips and advice on how to save time and money while maintaining a household, leaving you more time for rising your kids. See other moms’ perspective, learn from their experience.
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A question a great deal of people ask themselves daily is whether they should apply for a job as long as they don’t meet all the necessary qualifications that the job demands. Unfortunately, there is no right answer. Sometimes you should consider investing more time in looking for jobs where you ... Read More »
As a single mom, depending on the type of job you are looking for, you can make a positive impression and possibly secure a job application if you stop by at an organization in person to apply. One way to get you application noticed is if you decide to apply directly to the employer. In the ... Read More »
If you don't need the bed all to yourself, don't read this! If you love sharing the milk jug in the refrigerator with someone who sneaks a slurp or two, don't read this! If you don't mind living with a slob, don't read this! If he's insanely jealous that you having male friends in addition to your ... Read More »
Raising children is tough work and raising them, as a single mother is twice as hard because we have the sole responsibility to raise them well. But being a single mother does not give us an excuse to fall into a pattern of making mistakes. Unfortunately single mothers are often given a bad rap ... Read More »
In an age where single parent homes out number the two-parent households, there is a new consensus on what defines the American dream. Many single mothers, whether by choice or not, strive for these five key things for their home. Here is a list of things that most single mothers want and how to get ... Read More »
FINANCIAL AIDS FOR SINGLE MOTHERS If you are single mom and found that you had to give up going back to school to care for your children, you aren't the only one. Single women do it all the time in order to raise their children. However as children grow up and go to school themselves, single ... Read More »
Social networking such as Facebook, Twitter, blogging, and online forums can be such an asset in a single parents life. They provide the ability to stay in touch with friends and family, help communication with exes, monitor children as they are apart, and offer support with likeminded families, and ... Read More »
Choosing how you will diaper your new baby can be one decision that can really save you money and time and as a single mother I am sure you want to save both. To help you with your decision we will point out some of the advantages and disadvantages of cloth and disposable diapers. Disposable ... Read More »
The Sallie Mae Fund, a charitable organization sponsored by Sallie Mae, achieves its mission — to increase access to higher education for America's students — by supporting programs and initiatives that help open doors to higher education, prepare families for their college investment, and bridge ... Read More »