Saturday, August 12, 2017

3 Great Tips Single Moms Should Know for Stress-Free Travel Sans-Children

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There is never a bad season for travel, whether you’re going to visit family, spend your time off in another part of the world, or simply escape from the chaos of everyday life, but being a single mom comes with its own set of travel preparations, especially when you decide to make the trip alone.

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Sunday, July 30, 2017

In My Shoes (Mental Illness Diagnoses)

As I am writing this is  5:10 am on Friday. Yes, I have to go to work, and I have been up since about 4.  I went to bed at around midnight, and have to be at work by eight. So as you can imagine I am going to be very tired. This is somewhat the story of my life in recent months.


I first want to say sorry for my inconsistency I went from being predictable to very unpredictable I promise this post will explain everything.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

How to make a Quiz With Interact Quiz (Sponsored post)



I am very excited to share with you all how I made my latest quiz (see bottom of page) through Interact Quiz. It took me less than an hour to put together (had everything planed out), and it has been a hit with gathering subscribers. I have gained at least 1 subscriber a day with little to no promoting of the quiz, so let's get started.

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Going Waste Free On a Budget (Period Edition)

This post is going to a little different than my other post, it will also be a bit longer, but stick it out with me we are going to learn a little about ourselves (period) and how to save a little money.



One of my goals for the new year is to use less waste and save money. I have found many different ways to do both from doing a money saving challenge to no longer drinking bottled water. But I knew going into this the one area I really wanted to tackle was my cycle and eliminating the cost of pads and the waste of pads. Ideally I wanted to buy some Thinx’s, however, just for a three day light cycle (aka. three pairs of underwear), it would cost around $90 (No!). That is a lot of money upfront and us single moms are on a budget. For this reason, I decided to try out a more cost friendly avenue. Going waste free does not have to cost a lot.


One of my goals for the new year is to produce less waste and save money. I have found many different ways to do both from doing a money saving challenge to no longer drinking bottled water. But I knew going into this the one area I really wanted to tackle was my cycle and eliminating the cost of pads and the waste of pads. Ideally I wanted to buy some Thinx’s, however, just for a three day light cycle (aka. three pairs of underwear), it would cost around $90 (No!). That is a lot of money upfront and us single moms are on a budget. For this reason, I decided to try out a more cost friendly avenue.

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Saturday, May 27, 2017

How To Keep Healthy

 "An apple a day keeps a doctor away" - this proverb was quite true for the generations of previous centuries. People who lived in the 16th century were not quite aware of the AIDs, or mental diseases such as bipolar disorder. The number of people who had such a diagnosis was much less than it is now. The viruses mutated, and the bodies of people have undergone a number of quality and quantity changes. If in the 17th century the ecology was quite normal for people to drink the water out of the rivers, now after Chornobyl and Fukushima catastrophes it's impossible to imagine this. However, there are some people on this planet who still live long and stay healthy until the end of their life. They might have got some secrets how to stay healthy. Here are just some of them:
This is a guest post by Andrew from Sweet Text Messages. 
             "An apple a day keeps a doctor away" - this proverb was quite true for the generations of previous centuries. People who lived in the 16th century were not quite aware of the AIDs, or mental diseases such as bipolar disorder. The number of people who had such a diagnosis was much less than it is now. The viruses mutated, and the bodies of people have undergone a number of quality and quantity changes. If in the 17th century the ecology was quite normal for people to drink the water out of the rivers, now after Chornobyl and Fukushima catastrophes it's impossible to imagine this. However, there are some people on this planet who still live long and stay healthy until the end of their life. They might have got some secrets how to stay healthy. Here are just some of them:

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