Single mommaz and daddiez make the money, bake the bread, and clean the dishes. We are amazing! We have the same expenses and responsibilities as any other family, but have to pay everything with ONE paycheck and do it all with only TWO hands.
My mission is to end poverty in homes run by single mothers. Entrepreneurship is our ticket to the American dream. Our kids deserve all the opportunities that come along with growing up in a financially stable home,and we WILL make sure they have it.
We will use our talents & passion to turn a profit and impact the world that our children will inherit one day.
Single Parent households come in all shapes and sizes. Stop trying to put us in a box. Most of us are not on welfare. Most of us are not crackheads. Most of us work full time. Most of us run good homes. On the flip side, some of us struggle. Some of us are in transition. Some of us are down right crazy as hell.
A single parent can be divorced, never married, widowed, fat, skinny, black, white, Asian, rich, poor, sexy, sloppy, etc. etc. etc. JUST LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE.
Are you letting low sales or no sales get you down? As Abraham Lincoln once said - The best way to predict your future is to create it. I'd like to take it a step further. After you create it, you have to tell people about it.
What product (book, guide, etc..), service (coaching, social media marketer, etc..) or event (book signing, webinar, teleseminar, live events, etc..) are you selling or promoting?
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I’ve spent the last hour or more on the floor while my son plays LEGOs and I try not to throw up everywhere. The last few minutes I started to feel better, until smelling dinner slow cooking in the Instant Pot, and the cauliflower he’s eating because it’s the only thing in the fridge he could grab himself.
It’s times like these I’m thankful there’s an awesome, legitimate opportunity in front of me to work from home, even when I’m sick. I can lay on the floor while he plays and can work from my phone or laptop as I have the energy. It’s not ideal, but it works.
My coworker (at my “regular job”) was sick last week with a stomach bug, and I immediately thought it was that. However, this feeling is more of a gallbladder attack, which makes sense since I just had a lot of healthy fats, but didn’t take my digestive enzymes today (healing my body of the deficiencies causing this problem and others is a different topic). ♀️♀️
I’ll get through this, and this kid doesn’t seem to mind the extra TV time.
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