Working moms are stressed, anxious, isolated and burnt out. They need help – ways to help themselves, help from employers, and from society. Today I’m talking about some of the sad facts and statistics around working moms and COVID, sharing my families story, and talking about some ideas on what could help. I also want to hear your story, and your ideas.
Somehow it’s been a year since COVID first struck. The past year has been quite a journey for our family – some of which is shared by the world, others are unique to us. Come along and hear all about what this pandemic has meant for us, and just how much our lives have changed over the past year.
Yesterday Facebook reminded me it’s been seven years since the start of the chain of events that changed our family forever. Today I’m looking back at that time, and how our lives have changed since then.
Long time readers know I’m a big fan of sharing stories of overcoming adversity. Today I’m honored to bring you the story of Shanté Nicole from Financial Common Cents. She’s an autism mom, cancer survivor, and owner of two non-profit organizations. You’ll love reading her story – and she has some amazing, insightful advice for you. […]
Overcoming adversity and mistakes is something we all need to do. Sometimes the news on people walking the path to financial independence makes it seem a bit too rosy.
I like to share stories about overcoming adversity, to help others overcome whatever they may be struggling with. Today I’ve got a great one for you – a post by a radiologist and single father, who’s made a variety of mistakes and is turning his financial life around. I bet you’re going to enjoy reading his story just as much as I did – and you’ll learn something about overcoming mistakes and adversity on the path to financial freedom.
Long time readers will know that I’m a huge fan of preparing for emergencies. After all, my husband almost died of septic shock a little over six years ago.
But I have a secret to tell you.
I’m not the most organized person in the world. When my husband was sick, this was a huge potential issue. And if anything ever happened to me, it would be a huge issue for my husband, and our family.
Today I’m going to share a bit more about what it’s like to be in the throes of an emergency without the information you need to manage it, and talk about an awesome new way to keep your preparation organized.