Dear Single Mom,
First I want to say that this blog was inspired by a recent article in the Huffington Post. That article specifically addressed single moms by circumstance. That is, it didn’t consider the moms who are single mothers by choice. After reading the many comments addressing that fact, I felt I needed to address the single mom who chooses to be a single mom-for whatever reason. This is part one of two parts. My next blog will discuss the magnificence of single parenting and the different, but oh so positive, impact on your child!
I am so good at living my life that I deserve to get paid for it. So it shall be.
Divorce is a complex process. Those involved face legal, financial and psychological challenges, all while managing the everyday demands of work and parenting. Based on my many years of experience as a matrimonial lawyer, I have found that these 17 mistakes can be the most damaging to your case. Avoiding them can help guarantee good outcome, while helping you on your way to healing and fewer regrets.
February is always a difficult month because the holidays are over and it’s just cold outside! While I do not like winter, let alone love it, I do know fun ways to beat the winter blues. After all, we have no choice unless we can leave the northeast for warmer weather. Most of cannot—so, here are the ways to be happy in the coldest months of the year! You don’t have to feel awful in winter months.
Success has always been mandatory because I like expensive things.
What a revelation it is when you realize you don’t have to settle.
Wealth is living abundantly and happily! If you want something, all you have to do is ask for it. Wealth is easy to attain regardless of your definition of wealth. Sweeter words have never been spoken. It would be like a dream come true. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be true. Good things really can be yours just from asking for them when you know how to ask. That’s the key. Knowing how to ask, and knowing what to ask for. You can ask for anything you want. But asking for a new car when you really want a Porsche, doesn’t mean you’ll be satisfied with just “a new car”. And just saying “I want a Porsche” and then going on about your life as usual probably won’t get it for you. http://www.tut.com/
Living my best life because I decided to do it that way.
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