Free Single Moms Tips
I am a single mom and I know exactly what it’s like, so I
started a free online blog to help other single mom’s. Four months later, I recognized that my complimentary blog had go more about “Deadbeat Dads” and Child Support and less about helping hitting moms. So I decided to start my own blog here where I have have a bit more ‘organization’ making it easier for you to find exactly what you’re looking for without having to weed through every single post.
I want you to know that each day of being a single mom presents a new challenge for me, and I’m committed to sharing those challenges, and the solutions I find for them, on my blog. Feel free to use the comments section of the blog to ask
question, or even merely to vent. No matter what you are feeling, joy, happiness, terror, stress, it’s all 100% normal
and there is absolutely no judgment from me about anything. To also drive the no judgment rule home, any post left on that blog that purports to judge anyone will be instantly deleted.
We single mom’s have to stick together and we have to provide the shoulders for each others to cry on when needed, so no matter what your situation is, know this, I will firmly stand my ground on creating a community of support for you.
Now that we have that away of the way, I desire to share with you my ‘tips’ for helping you get back on your feet. I know
that the number one distress for a single mom is ‘finances’. You and/or your ex may have broken up over money problems, one or the other of you may have even racked up a well bit of debt, and you need extra income correct now, more than ever.
The best thing you can do right now is to put your ducks in a row. When I found myself a single mother it was very sudden and came on the heels of a financial disaster, so I had to do anything and everything I could to earn a dollar, and since I was also pregnant with our second, getting a job was akin to leaping a tall building in a single bound. I was lucky enough to have had a ‘little’ bit of knowledge about making money online, and also to have had a great friend who owned an online business mentor me to help me survive the devastation. Over the course of about a year and a half, I learned a lot and was able to support myself and my children. And as I learned more and more, I found all kinds of free or really inexpensive stuff to help me build my business to the point where I could support my children, since my ex refused to help in any way.
Most of this stuff can be found right on the blog, like grants, and working with Google, a free prepaid credit card that
you can use to set up a Paypal or other merchant account and use to collect money from your websites.
The first thing I recommend for you is this free pre-paid imputed card. I needed one to set up my own Paypal account, but when I went to Wal-Mart to buy one they were .97 and a .95 fee every time I wanted to put money on it. I found a freepre-paid imputed card online and it came in the mail in a couple of days. You can get it HERE.
Written by SimoneHelps