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Five Tips on how to evaluate your monthly income | #SingleMoms

By: Landra Glover  I was recently inspired to address a particular money topic that gets plenty attention especially with single moms. “not having enough money to make it through the month.” It is a growing concern for many parents especially, single parents with limited income. Forty percent of American children are born to unmarried mothers and when I engage in ...

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You Can’t go wrong with these 5 selfie vacation tips

For a few of us, the practice of the selfie has become intuitive, and pumping out album after album of flawlessly lit and well balanced photos is an form of art in which we are supremely capable….but everyone can make some improvements, even the selfie matriarchs! On our most recent family vacation this past November to Capetown, South Africa we ...

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Arizona Road Trip places to Add to your family’s travel bucket list

By: Lisa S I love traveling, but with two kids, a dog, and a husband, there are just too many variables to plan. So my bucket list has changed a bit. Instead of hiking the beautiful the Grand enchantment trail or the Hayduke trail a la Cheryl Strayed I would have to find a way for me and my entire ...

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Tonight’s motivation: It Belongs to you!

Tonight I was thinking about how stressed out life can be because we don’t know what the future holds.   The truth of the matter is that if you allow yourself to be free from insecurities, labels that people put on you and self doubt, you will realize how awesome you really are.  You will realize that no matter what road ...

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Car maintenance: Six Tips On How Not To Get Taken For A Ride

By: Landra Glover  Single Moms Corner  Through all the unexpected travel that I have recently experienced it only made sense that my car would need some maintenance repairs. Unfortunately, I was disappointed because a few mechanics immediately treated me as if I did not know what my vehicle of six years needed. Moreover, they were trying to convince me that ...

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Hype? Or a New Experience  #Urbanmommyinc #Travel #Vegas

It’s so easy to get caught in the everyday routine of kids, diapers, family…Repeat.  As moms, that can become our world and soon we forget about just enjoying life a little.   After having my daughter I was like many mothers, I got stuck in doing the same thing over and over again. I made it a point that whenever I ...

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12 Habits for Parenting Success

Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, work-from-home mom, or working mom, you are an awesome mom. You know what it’s like to give 100% while running on two cups of coffee and three hours of sleep. If you’re like many other moms, you do most—if not all—of the household chores: shopping, cleaning, cooking, laundry, and more. With all the love you ...

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How Your Family Can Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr All Year

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. remains a notable and honorable figure in today’s history. Known for preaching equality and togetherness for all people.  Dr. King was a key leader and activist within the civil rights movement. Through learning experiences, good deeds, and community service, both parents and kids alike can honor Dr. Martin Luther King and his dream for a ...

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Stop Mommy Shaming: Your’re not Perfect

Recently I’ve stopped attending all of the mom play dates in the park and group meet-up’s  because it’s simply exhausting.   Actually, it’s beyond exhausting listening to all of the mom-shaming going on nowadays. And with the advent of social media, sometimes you can’t escape it even if you’re just at home minding your own business. We shouldn’t be judgemental ...

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Bonding: How Uncertain Times Brings A Mother And Son Closer Together.

By: Landra Glover  Since I set out to relocate from Oregon to Texas things have been very interesting. Originally, I thought my transition from one state to another with my eight-year-old would for the most part be smooth. I expected a few bumps in the road, but I had no idea that I would be driving from city to city. ...

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