Hurt people. Hurt people. Period.
When your children’s father or ex-husband rejects, mistreats, disrespects or abuses you, the ugliest side of you can come out to play—but only if you let it.
You see, you have a choice.
You can choose to be angry, allowing your anger to dominate your thoughts, emotions, and actions—or, you can choose to get your grown woman on.
The choice is yours and yours alone.
Pretty little black girl with fohawk twists (natural hair) |natural hairstyles for little girls
Are you looking for cute, age-appropriate hairstyles for your pretty, little princess?
These hairstyles are so cute, I can’t stand it. It makes me wish I had a little girl–and some of them look easy to do, too.
Hopefully, you read 10 Things Every Single Mother Should Know About Money Management Part I and 10 Things Every Single Mother Should Know About Money Mangement Part II; if not, read those first:-)
#7 Your Credit Score Is Important–And It’s Not
Almost every financial guru will tell you that your credit score is uber important–after all, there are so many consequences of having bad credit, including:
- BEING DENIED EMPLOYMENT BASED ON POOR CREDIT:
You might get denied employment based on dis-qualifiers on your credit report, which each employer determines individually. And, while Federal Law allows employers to check your credit during the employment process, these 10 states have outlawed employers from doing so.
Most states, however, allow employers to check your credit. In states that allow these types of credit checks, an employer MUST get your signed consent. BUT employers do not get all the information on your credit report. Your credit score, for instance, is not shown to employers but other disqualifying criteria might be.
Being a single mother is hectic. You have the kids, work, and just life–and doing it solo can be ultra demanding.
As a single mother, I could not have made it without organization and planning.
DON’T GET ME WRONG. I’M NOT ONE OF THOSE HYPER-ORGANIZED PEOPLE…BUT
Anytime I had too much on my plate and decided to forgo the planner–things went from disorganized to chaotic. Juggling school activities, household duties, doctors’ appointments and just plain old life is enough to stress anyone out. As a result, I live and die by my planners–especially when I have a lot to do.
In this post, you will learn:
- Emergency Funds: Why You Need to Start One Today
- Emergency Funds: What Are They?
- Emergency Funds: The Benefits of Having One
- Emergency Funds: What the Experts Say
- Emergency Funds: How Much Should You Have?
- Emergency Funds: 10 Easy Ways to Fund Your Emergency Fund
EMERGENCY FUNDS: WHY YOU NEED TO START ONE TODAY!
There are no guarantees in life–except death, taxes and EMERGENCIES! Everyone knows that Murphy’s Law can happen to anyone, at any time.
Life will happen to you, so why not plan for it?
Plan for unexpected emergencies, you say? Uh, yes!
You might not know what will happen; you might not know where or when it will happen, but you know that some kind of emergency will pop-up. Period.
And an emergency or unexpected expense can be extremely stressful when you don’t have an emergency fund.