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November 21, 2017

The Beatles were definitely right when they said, “To everything there is a season.” They were some smart, if not weird, men. They knew that nothing lasts forever, even though it might feel that way while you’re going through it. And nothing makes us more aware of the seasons of life than going through a huge change like divorce.

I recently decided to get a full-time job to help pay the bills while I work toward my dream of blogging full-time. And let me tell you what: while I’m writing this I’ve only been at this job 3 days and I’m already going...

October 18, 2017

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Mom guilt is bad enough. But that regular mom guilt turns into a whole other animal when you become a single mom.

I don’t mean to say that moms who are coupled don’t have stress and guilt they are dealing with. No matter what your relationship status is you have a challenging job as a mom. But I’ve realized my mom guilt is different now that I’m a single mom...

October 9, 2017

Staying on top of your finances can go a long way toward maintaining a stress-free life as a single mom. Last week I wrote about how I don’t sacrifice as a single mom and why you shouldn’t either. And I still stand by that statement but I realize that this is easier said than done. As single moms we must sacrifice some things in order to get everything done in a day. And paying our bills and staying within budget are top priorities.

So, to give you some more practical tools, I’ve put together a single mom budget plan to help you manage your financ...

September 27, 2017

I still cannot believe how much stress I endured during my separation and divorce back in 2014. My friends and family were a constant support through that difficult time. I would not be where I am today without their love. I also unexpectedly found some free and cheap tools that helped me navigate divorce while keeping my sanity and happiness (mostly) intact. Below are these tools. I hope they help you through your divorce as well.

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My life got pretty crazy, pretty quickly while going through a separation and divorce. On top of all t...

September 27, 2017

This article was first published on The HuffPost. 

Netflix was kind enough to release the first season of Grace & Frankie shortly after my ex-husband and I separated. Somehow the powers-that-be at Netflix knew what I needed most in my life at that time was a show about two 70-something women who are going through divorces because their husbands announced they were in love with each other.

I devoured that first season over a weekend and couldn’t wait for the next season. All the emotions I was feeling about my divorce - from betrayal to guilt to con...

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