OK. I have to admit that I am biased here. I run an online veterinary advice website called: http://www.AskAVetQuestion.com. There are many times where an online discussion with me has saved people paying money for an office visit fee with their regular vet. We talked earlier about how your vet ... 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 student loan is a loan given specifically for the purpose of covering college costs. These loans can be complete, in which case they cover the entire cost of the education or partial, in which case they only bridge the gap between what the student can afford and the actual cost of the education. ... Read More »
College and university education does cost a lot and this is the reason why many parents will start saving up a college fund right from the first year of a child’s life. However, for those of us who did not have such a well planned life, there are financial aid options available in case we wish to ... Read More »
When looking at furthering their education, single moms find that the cost of education is definitely a cause for concern. Grants, student loans and scholarships are the three most common ways of bringing in financial aid in the cost of the education. While the purpose of all these three is to lower ... Read More »
Is your dog likely to be going to a boarding kennel this year? Most good kennels require that he or she has a bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine. My advice is to be pro-active and get the vaccine done with your dog's annual shots and not to wait to see if you will need it later. Often I will have ... Read More »
Depending on where you live in the world, a heartworm test may not be necessary every year. Why do we do a heartworm test? This test determines if there are adult heartworms present in your dog. Heartworms are spread to a dog via mosquitos, so if you have mosquitos in your area then it is important ... Read More »
An ACTH stim test is a test for a condition called Addisonʼs disease (otherwise known as hypoadrenocroticism). Addison’s occurs when a dog’s adrenal glands are not functioning properly. It can sometimes be hard to pick up by looking at a dog’s clinical signs because they are very vague and can ... Read More »
In some cases you can save a lot of money by having surgery performed under a local anesthetic. Some lumps can be removed with a local. Also, skin biopsies can usually be done with a local.A local anesthetic is a lot less expensive than a general anesthetic. Also, your animal does not need to have ... Read More »
Single moms understand the importance of work-life balance better than the average person. As both the breadwinner and the main adult figure in your children’s life, a single mom needs to have job flexibility, stability, and an income that will support growing kids. Picking the right career path is ... Read More »
In every practice that I have worked there is a small number of clients who are just absolutely amazing. These are the clients who bake us cookies, send us a Christmas card, or just send us a card of encouragement when they see we have had a hard week. I will often give clients like this a small ... Read More »