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.

Find here: Advice on How to Handle Parenting Issues ::: Laurie's Parenting Advice ::: Around the House ::: Education, Career and Professional Development ::: Quick and Easy Recipes and Tips ::: Financial Advice for Single Moms ::: Living Healthy and Body Care ::: Useful Tips For New Moms ::: Advice On How To Live On A Budgets ::: Books For Single Moms ::: Getting a Job ::: Pet Advice That Save You Money

Taking Toddlers on Vacation


Vacations with children are no doubt a lot of fun. However when these kids are very young, the vacation could get to be a problem. While infants are easy to take on a vacation, since they sleep through most of it, toddlers can be quite a handful. Vacationing with toddlers is no doubt a prospect that ... Read More »

A Single Mother, A Few Perspectives…

Book: A Single Mother, A Few Perspectives...

... and anyone else who is a single parent a book by Mary Elizabeth Jones Are you looking for a single parent guide written by an author who understand and shares your experience? Are you a single mother by choice? Are you looking for single mother assistance or single mother help? Would you ... Read More »

Staying Active

Staying Active

An active lifestyle can help every woman. If you think you're too busy with work, family, and all the other demands in your life, listen up! You don't have to be as fit as a professional athlete to benefit from physical activity. In fact, 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days of the ... Read More »

The Equal Pay Act – 50 Years Later

The Equal Pay Act – 50 Years Later

Cathy Standiford, Soroptimist International of the Americas On June 10, 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law. Congress passed this law to "prohibit discrimination on account of sex in the payment of wages by employers." As much as we like to ... Read More »

Pros and Cons of Keeping a Pet


There is no denying the fact that a pet does bring out feelings of joy in most of us. While some people prefer to keep dogs as pets, others may swing more towards cats and still others would prefer birds. Right from fish to turtles to even snakes, people have been known to keep them all as pets. ... Read More »