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How to Spend Less Money, Have More Fun, and Have Less Stress This Holiday Season As A Single Mom

How to Spend Less Money, Have More Fun, and Have Less Stress This Holiday Season

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Do you struggle with the holidays (financially, emotionally, spiritually, etc.)? Are you wondering how you can make Christmas phenomenal for your children but are wondering how to do it financially? Are you hoping to navigate the holidays without the stress?   The holiday time can be stressful, sad and lonely for many people.  There can be so much pressure to find the perfect gift or create the perfect memory that the desire to make the holidays perfect can lead to stress. At one point I really struggled with the single mom guilt that impacted how I viewed the holiday (and truthfully…

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On this episode of the Phenomenal Moms with Aisha Taylor Podcast, Aisha discusses the topic, The Power of No On Your Time and Money. She talks about why no is important to both your time and money.

The Power of “No” On Your Time and Money

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Are you a single mom who is facing burnout? Are you exhausted from balancing work, motherhood, and everything else that you have to do? Are you looking to find more balance and peace in your life?   In the Season 1 finale, I discuss the topic, “The Power of “No” On Your Time and Money.” Being a mom is hard work, and being a single mom presents unique motherhood challenges.  Being a super dedicated, hands-on mom who gets everything done is important, but it is also important not to wear yourself thin.  In this podcast episode, I share the advice that I…

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4 Money Tips to Teach Your Kids As A Single Mom by Tasha Danielle of Financial Garden

4 Money Tips to Teach Your Kids As A Single Mom

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How many times as a young adult or even now have you said: “I wish somebody would have told me (insert money topic)”? It’s imperative that parents start and consistently discuss financial literacy with their children, as only 17 states require a personal finance in High School! This leaves a significant amount of years of children not being taught financial basics in the classroom.   Parents often feel overwhelmed at the thought of teaching their children financial literacy due to their own personal financial struggles. But all of one’s personal financial struggles can be turned into a teaching moment. For example,…

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The Top 5 Things That Can Destroy Your Budget And How To Overcome Them

5 Things That Can Destroy Your Budget And How To Overcome Them

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Do you wish you could save?   Do you believe that if you had more savings, less debt or better financial management skills then you could do more with your children?  Do you wish that you could invest more, buy a home, or make a guilt-free splurge? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then what is stopping you? The critical step to getting started on your financial plan is to create a budget which is a plan for how you will spend your money and what you plan to do to make sure that your money also…

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How To Cope With Your Finances As A Single Mum

How To Cope With Your Finances As A Single Mom

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by National Debt Advice.   Finding out that you’re going to be a parent is one of the most exciting things that you can go through. A whole range of emotions fills your body as you imagine those tiny little feet and all of the cuddles you’re going to give your baby once they are born. However, if you’re a single parent these emotions can be clouded by worry about how you’re going to cope financially once the baby is born. On average, the cost of raising a child is over $200,000, and that’s a…

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