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.
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.
Trying to find new and interesting way to get your kids to eat healthy food can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be.
With a little creativity, your kids can eat healthy foods all year long. Check out the videos below for lunch ideas for your kids:
It’s Spring and with Spring comes a wonderful array of fruit.
So, why not have the kids make yummy ice cream and popsicles out of the fruit?
Check these videos out, featuring kids making these tempting treats:
Aside from your kids, money may be top of mind most of the time. Taking control of your finances can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With a little help, you can get useful information on how to make, manage, save and grow your money.
HERE ARE THREE PERSONAL FINANCE EXPERTS FOR SINGLE MOTHERS (not listed in any particular order):
#1 Dave Ramsey – (Podcast/YouTube) The sometimes controversial author of the best-selling and highly rated author of “The Total Money Makeover” and “Financial Peace University” has a podcast and a YouTube show, The Dave Ramsey Show . On this show, people call in with real-life money issues, asking for advice on how to turnaround their financial situation. Sometimes these cases are extreme, like being $400K in student loan debt or paying $1K a month for a car note. You will learn a lot from watching this show or listening to the podcast on a regular basis.