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Image via Pexels Guest Column How School Can Equip Single Moms for Business Success Being a stay-at-home mom isn’t easy, and it’s even harder when you’re single. Although you get to experience the joy of spending every day with your child, you have to juggle the dual responsibility of homemaker and breadwinner, and sometimes the pressure […]
If you didn’t know it you might think that I think everyone needs a college degree. And you would be wrong. I do not think that. My husband and I together have six grown children and there is almost no higher education among them. They are doing very well.
It is bound to happen. We find ourself off the track. We’ve lost our bearings and are unsure which way is up.
I know from life in the school of hard knocks that in order to make progress and move forward in our lives we must step out of our comfort zone.
Continuing even when things get tough is determination. D is for determination.Wisdom doesn’t come easily. It comes over time when you are determined.
Empowered by Education I’ve created a page on the SMORE page for single moms who are empowered. Each one has her own story. If earning a degree is your goal for the future let’s talk. My goal is to encourage and empower single mothers. I was a single mom of three for sixteen years. It […]
Single Moms Can Create a Better Future Over 10 million single mothers in the United States are parents to 20 million children. One-third of them live in poverty. As a life coach I’ve heard a common story repeated all too often. It goes something like this. Nancy, (not a real name), an innocent little […]
Notable Alumni of Oxford include:J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Dr. Seuss, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Bobby Jindal Education is Key Related posts: A Skill Will Make Life Easier, Interview with Tanisha, What Do I NOT Regret, a video, Interview with Sheri, Interview with LaTasha, Interview with Kay, SMORE-Single Moms On Road to Education “Education is the […]
P.E.O. Provides Scholarships and Grants for Women I’ve been the fortunate recipient of the Program for Continuing Education (P.C.E.) grant and it changed the course of my life. There are many more stories of others like these women who received the P.C.E. Gail raised three children as a single mother before she remarried. She […]