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Dreams, Education, Family-goals, Focus, Ignite Passion, Kids and Mom, Leadership, Passion, Single Parent, Talent / August 18, 2017

Finding the Passion in Us and Our Kids

I am passionate about people finding their passion for the longest time I hadn’t been able to live my dream… for the last couple of years … well eight (8) years precisely.Then one day I got angry, I realized I had no time for me and no life at all. And I loved it,  all I did revolved around my kids; as I write it still does nothing has changed.But now I have found a way to schedule me back in.  Now that I know better,  I’m learning to balance it all (their life and mine) and…

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Education, Family-goals, Kids and Mom, Leadership, Single Parent, Time, Vision / August 11, 2017

Staying Organized for When School Starts

Blast off to an awesome school year, start preparing now as you enjoy summer.In a few weeks most schools will reopen, “NOW” is the time to start getting your kids on a schedule of waking and sleeping on time, their lack of a schedule when school starts will affect us more than we know.This is also a good time to sit down and figure out what your and their activities for the new school year will be, what are the priorities of each child academically and extra-curricular wise?Do you know that the first few weeks of…

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Family-goals, Single Parent, Teens and Moms / July 21, 2017

Healthy Tips on How to Raise Boys

   To mom of boys, it is an open secret that boys can make you lose your temper because they are usually very active, physical and aggressive. As a mom of  3 boys ranging from 15 to 7 years old the tips below bounces between the ages of my various children.As long as they play safe and your child remains unharmed, then you have absolutely nothing to worry about.Do stock up on detergents and a reliable washing machine and as the dirt goes off, the memory of play last for years.Check his aggression level: Does…

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Family-goals, Focus, Kids and Mom, Leadership, Single Parent, Teens and Moms, Vision, Writing / July 15, 2017

The 3 – 2 – More Project

A project for the working family that wants to do more to get involved in their child academic pursuit by planning and using the power of the school community: the parent does 3 new things in the upcoming school year and the child does 2 new things.This is for you if:• You work nine to five or more hours?• Are tired by the time you get home and feel like doing nothing.•You’ve heard that “Advanced Placement and Gifted and Talented” classes will be too challenging for your child.• You want to do more to help your child…

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Loving Life, Moms, Single Parent, Staying Organized, Time / July 7, 2017

10 Ways Single Moms can Spend Their Time when the Kids are Away

You (Insert your name here) will and must go out no matter how relaxing staying home feels and looks… flip-flops, cozy robes, hot chocolate and 24 hour cable are a no-no…. So come on, get going, be productive and act grown up.  Moms must practice self-Care.Outside of  a regular school schedule; “Summertime, Christmastime and Holidays” is sometimes all you get to relax without your children around if you are a single mom with sole custody, and with no support system near you.This is because people show up and help out, they give you…

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Fashion and Beauty, Loving Life, Money Smarts, Single Parent / January 8, 2017

Cut down on Clothes Buying Time, When Shopping with Kids

   As mothers in singlemomdom, we do not live close enough to other moms like us who need help and can help us too. We may also live too far for our families and friends to help, It is sad. Most times we have no one or place to take our kids to when running errands and are too young to leave home alone. I take mine to the stores with me all the time;  grocery shopping, the mall and even the pharmacy (my new non-negotiable pharmacy tip – I have embraced the drive-thru pharmacy).So how…

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