"Parents" Magazine To Make History With Autistic Children On Cover {GIVEAWAY}

I usually make a note on my editorial calendar to post content here only once a week, but I absolutely could not wait to share with you the phenomenal news I heard yesterday....more

Gluten Free Banana Bread

Any recipe I can find that actually masks the fact that its “gluten-free” is a winner in my book.  This particular recipe for banana bread was featured on a site that I absolutely adore called One Good Thing By Jillee.  On the site Jillee shares a smart tip on how to prepare  banana bread without having ripe bananas readily available. The tip she shares is really neat and definitely a clever idea I couldn’t have thought of on my own....more

6 Tips for the Single Working Mom with a Disabled Child

Is your employer giving you a tough time about taking time off to care for a disabled child? It is not uncommon for single parents to experience issues in the workplace when time off is needed to be with their children. In many cases, as a single parent the need for time off can be quite unpredictable, especially if your child is disabled or battling a long-term medical condition. With that may come less job security if you are not well-informed about your rights as an employee or do not take the necessary steps to exercise those rights.   ...more

Single Mom: You are not the Father & That's Okay

This post is dedicated to single mothers who are currently raising or are preparing to raise young boys. ...more

Giveaway: Studio Movie Grill Vouchers | Dallas, TX (Closed)

I'm excited about the opportunity to give and share with other single moms. There is nothing more rewarding than being able to give. I realized today while sorting through my emails that I have two movie vouchers that my son and I have not had an opportunity to use. The tickets are to Studio Movie Grill at any theater in the Dallas Metroplex....more
newsome815  Hi, the giveaway has now closed. I've updated the title to reflect the status..sorry ...more

Life of a Solo Mama

At the entrance of our home there is a sign that reads,"Happy is what we make it. Always has been, always will be." Ironically the sign sits atop a coat hanger that is used mostly on rainy or cold, dreary days. It serves as a positive daily reminder to focus less on what appears to be "wrong" or missing in our lives and more on the many blessings we take part in everyday as a family. ...more