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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

In Finance

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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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

In Finance

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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Children's clothing is expensive. This podcast episode shares 7 Ways to Save Money on Children's Clothing (1)

7 Ways to Save Money on Children’s Clothing

In Finance

“Didn’t I just buy that?  How is it possible that you need new clothes this soon?” I don’t know if it is just me, but this is something I ask myself all of the time. It feels like every time I get new clothes for my kids the next thing I know they are too small, stained, or already worn out. Kids grow fast and clothing can get a lot of wear and tear. Sometimes it seems hard to replace clothes as fast as children outgrow them and destroy them with stains and holes. As moms, we want to make…

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In this podcast episode, Aisha conducts a powerful interview with a church leader to discuss Why God Loves Single Moms And Her Children.

Why God Loves Single Moms And Her Children

In Faith

Do you feel judged on your single motherhood journey? Are you questioning God’s love for you and your children? Do you wonder if God’s promises include you and your children? It is sad, but true that if you are a single mom some people will look at you as if you are wearing, or should be wearing a scarlet letter. Some will automatically judge you as a sinner if you’re not married, and some will judge you if you were married, but are now divorced. Unfortunately, some will judge you without even knowing you simply because you are a single…

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How Single Moms Can Teach Kids Financial Literacy

How Single Moms Can Teach Their Kids Financial Literacy

In Finance

Do you believe that you are unqualified to teach your children about financial literacy? Are you worried that your children won’t learn critical money management skills? Did you know that most schools don’t require a class on money management?   It is so essential that you learn ways to teach your children financial management.  You cannot rely on the schools to teach financial literacy.  Therefore, teaching financial literacy must be done at home.  One thing I always say is that you want your children to manage their money properly because of you and not in spite of you. In this podcast…

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