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Loans for Single Moms with Bad Credit, Financial Help Bad Credit

Grants for Single Mother – A Government initiative to Help Single Mothers. In today’s tough time, being a single mother is really a difficult job. In a recent survey it is concluded that out of approximately 12 million single-parent households in...
by Free PR Online on Jul 1, 2013

Loans for Single Moms with Bad Credit, Financial Help Bad Credit

Grants for Single Mother – A Government initiative to Help Single Mothers. In today’s tough time, being a single mother is really a difficult job. In a recent survey it is concluded that out of approximately 12 million single-parent households in...
by Free PR Online on Jul 1, 2013

4 Ways to Have an Amazing, Affordable Summer

It’s hitting 90 degrees here in Georgia and the temperature keeps rising. This has been a very busy summer for me and...
by Rich Single Momma on Jun 30, 2013

Raising Kids on a Single Income Budget

                      Whether you’ve been a single mother for a while or are just beginning this journey, many single moms will attest to the fact...
by The Seaman Mom on Jun 28, 2013

6 Ways to be a bad father

Being a bad father may be easier than being a good one Tomorrow is Father’s day.  In this run up to that occasion I thought we should take a look at the topic of good fathering and bad fathering. How … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jun 15, 2013

How to Save for Summer Travel in Four Simple, Smart Ways

If you are like most Americans, you may still be cutting back in other areas, but when it comes to summer travel you’re willing to start spending again. Economic uncertainty aside, 78 percent of Americans plan to take a vacation this summer, an...
by Rich Single Momma on Jun 6, 2013

Single Parent Scholarships

Single Parent ScholarshipsWhile surfing the net I come across this site so decided to post a link to this site if you are looking for Single Parent Scholarships. If you find this little post useful just share with friends and family who also need thi...

Healthy Marriages Help Depressed Men Be Great Dads

It seems a lot of focus has been put on how so many African American homes are single parent homes. We repeatedly hear about how a lot of Black women have to do the challenging job of raising their child or children by themselves. Whether directly or...

Vacation, Driftwood, and Seaweed

Last week I went on Spring Break vacation with my kids to the Georgia Coast. You may have seen the pictures and posts I’ve put on RichSingleMomma.com. The trip was both educational and relaxing. I splurged on the hotel rooms this time around be...
by Rich Single Momma on Apr 17, 2013

Five Affordable things to do with your children during Spring Break

With Spring Break quickly approaching finding something to do with the children can be a task especially if your a single mother. This year I wanted to focus on spending a more meaningful time with my children and do more to take advantage of a free...
by Rich Single Momma on Apr 7, 2013

There And Back Again: A Spenders Financial Journey

A Spenders Financial Journey I’ve read that our ideas about money are formed in childhood and can shape how we deal with our financial journey well into adulthood; I know this was certainly the case with me. I was raised in a single parent home for...
by CanadianBudgetBinder on Apr 3, 2013

Our Tybee Island 2013 Spring Break Experience

This year we went to Savannah and Tybee Island Georgia for Spring Break 2013. The drive from Atlanta was about 4 hours and the weather was great. We didn’t spend much time in Savannah because we wanted to get to Tybee Island to see the light ho...
by Rich Single Momma on Apr 3, 2013

Spring Break 2013 on the Georgia Coastline

After much deliberation, weather checking, and mind changing, I’ve finally decided where the kids and I are going for Spring Break 2013. We are hitting the Georgia Coastline for a little fun in the sun. We are going to do a driving tour down the co...
by Rich Single Momma on Mar 29, 2013

In Which Things Fail to Go to Plan in Beijing

After a week spent sorting out Chinese visas in Kathmandu, plus getting stuck in Lukla on the back of Everest Base Camp, my projects for Beijing are, pretty much: * see friends and do kiddie stuff with them * sort out Chinese visas * do some work * e...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Feb 18, 2013

Farewell to Kathmandu

Having neglected most other parenting duties over the last few days, I figure that today would be a good day to continue Zac’s ongoing masterclass in how to navigate airports. The internet seems to think our flight is two hours late, but I figu...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Feb 10, 2013

Important Projects in Kathmandu

Among my social circle, I am famous for my financial providence, frugality and forward planning, so it will surprise absolutely no one that, when we arrive in Kathmandu, the $700 worth of unspent helicopter fare so kindly spotted me by the White Knig...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Jan 27, 2013

Online Dating Latinas

SAN DIEGO PUBLIC LIBRARY PATHFINDER MEXICAN AMERICANS“NoveList” online database for relevant titles. publications with full text information dating as far back as 1975. Includes some book, document, and image content. stories of U.S. Lati...
by On Line Dating on Jan 19, 2013

Mountain Madness

Readers of a sensitive disposition might want to skip this post. How about reading the first post I ever wrote instead, or this lovely one about a tribal wedding in the jungles of Halmahera, Indonesia? As I wander Lukla’s limited range of shops...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Jan 18, 2013

Stuck in Lukla

As we amble from Phakding to Lukla – a walk that took us three hours coming down but half that going up, a measure of our increased fitness – we pass and, more often, are passed by folk we’ve met in the mountains. They, like us, are headed...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Jan 17, 2013

On Thin Ice – Talking Child Marriage in Nepal

On Thin Ice Everest Base Camp the Lazy Way: Day 18 “Nir,” I open, tentatively. We are on the last-but-one night of our trek, insha’allah, sitting in the cold of the village of Phakding, where we stopped on our first day, so, if I’m go...
by Travels with a Nine Year Old on Jan 15, 2013


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