There are two kinds of fear. Fear of real harm and fear of failure but all too often we let both kinds control us the same way. You wouldn’t run head first into a burning building right? What about taking a chance on a lifelong dream even though you know you’re probably too old at this point to ... Read More »
Single Mom Stories
As a single mom do you ever feel stuck? Do you want your life to be different?
Do you want to see hope for the future?
This page will empower you with tools to recognize and overcome the practical and emotional obstacles to your success while gaining the wisdom and courage to move forward. Read here touching stories of parenting, friendship and faith. Be inspired by reading stories about real-life situations that single parents face. Learn how strength, determination and faith can overturn any obstacle that comes our way. Get inspired by single moms' uplifting stories of endurance and success in raising along accomplished children. These stories of sacrifice, hope, deception, despair, endurance and success are encouraging to single mothers struggling in similar situations.
Find here: Life Starts At Mom ::: Soulful Stories On Momhood by Erin :::Stories of Parenting by Laurie ::: Alice’s Stories About Real-life ::: Randi's Stories ::: Renee’s Tools to Success ::: Debbie's Stories ::: Veronica's Stories ::: Books For Single Moms
I did not decide to be a single Mom. I actually had a Cinderella plan all worked out, but the update caught a virus and my prince-charming story went down the pooper. I was not a single Mom to begin with. Like many others, there was a man by my side when my baby was born. But like not many others ... Read More »
I recently read that the average American family has an annual income of $43,000 and a credit card debt of $2,200. They probably didn't start out with a single $2,200 purchase though. They probably racked up charges little by little, with compounding interest charges upping the debt every month, ... Read More »
Those who read my articles know that I am a proud grandmother. Together my husband and I have seven grandchildren, with a new bundle on the way. My youngest daughter is pregnant! She has been working on Cruise Ships for the past few years, as the lead vocalist in the band. She and her special guy ... Read More »
Call me skeptical, but when I was given the book From a Millstone to a Milestone: Get Out of Debt in 5-7 Years, Including Mortgage by Applying God's Principles, I didn't see how it could possibly make any sense. Just 7 years ago, I took out a 30-year mortgage, and it's only about halfway paid off. ... Read More »
In recent discussions with my daughters, we've been talking about the expanding role that mothers play in taking care of the whole family. We discussed the work schedules, and the long, exhausting commutes many parents have. I realize women have come a long way, but we still have to work on our ... Read More »
Money's tight for pretty much everyone nowadays, whether they've got kids or not. People are clipping coupons, buying on clearance, downgrading their cable, and numerous other attempts at saving money. Those are all good starts, but when you've done everything you can think of to save money, and you ... Read More »
It's admirable to donate to charities, and there sure have been a lot to donate to lately, but how do you know if you're money's really going where it's supposed to? What exactly is your donation being spent on? Don't get me wrong, charitable giving is a good selfless act. However, if you want to ... Read More »
I love coupons, or at least I do in theory. I mean, I'd love to use coupons, but they're pretty much only for pre-packaged junk food. Even the "healthy" ones are loaded with artificial ingredients, preservatives, pesticides, and gmo's. I had about given up on being able to use coupons in all but a ... Read More »
It was a warm June evening and in St. Petersburg Florida when I say warm I mean hot and humid. The sky was fairly clear when we left the house to head over to the high school. I had been preparing myself for this day. My youngest son would be walking across the stage to receive his diploma. ... Read More »