I know I should be getting ready to close out December's budget, figure out January's budget with my new goal of putting more money into investments every month, and getting various financial records ready for income tax season, but I just don't want to. I'm tired of finances. I'm tired of ... 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
You know what they say... never lose the child inside of you. That couldn't be more true when I think of the changes and joy this season brings to all of us. This is the time of year, for new beginnings and change is all around. Nature is blooming, animals are bearing their young and people want ... Read More »
I always assumed that I was saving money and getting the best possible price on nearly all of the items that I purchased at my local Dollar General store. After all, a dollar store is a place for absolute rock-bottom prices, right? Surely the prices I was paying had to be the lowest... or ... Read More »
I got married in August, 1993. I was married for about four years. Eventually it got to a point where all my husband and I did was argue and it was obvious to both of us that the love we had was gone. We were hiding things from each other, we were barely speaking to each other, and there was even an ... Read More »
With the unlimited resources on the internet, financial information and resources are much easier to find and use now than they used to be. I remember calling the bank numerous times when I was shopping for my first home trying to figure out what my price range was. I was thoroughly confused by ... Read More »
There I sat at my kitchen table asking myself “what happened”? My life as I knew it was over. I was now a divorced Single Mom, YUCK! My years of fighting to keep my family together ended here; depressed and hopeless and trying to figure out my next step. Judging by my state of being I ... Read More »
Choices, choices, so many choices in life: What will I wear, what will I eat, how will I spend my time today? Some choices in life are absolute and some are random, some are conscious and some are unconscious, but we all have the power to choose — free will you might call it. But do we ever stop and ... Read More »
Detachment is one of the most difficult but rewarding tools in personal growth. My old way of detaching was to physically separate myself from someone with a resentment, which usually caused bitterness and unforgiveness. I never let the other person know this, because I was always the nice one who ... Read More »
Growing up we all have dreams of becoming doctor’s, lawyers, fireman, policeman and so many other things. But there comes a time in our lives where we forget those dreams. We put our educations on hold to “grow up”. We become consumed with PTA meetings, work schedules, mortgage payments and all ... Read More »
Did you ever have a conflict in a relationship that consumed your thinking? Someone who was taking advantage or doing something that affected you in a negative way. Then, when you finally get the courage to confront them and stand up for yourself; afterwards you felt worse by second guessing what ... Read More »