7 Ways To Succeed As A Single Mom

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Hey mamas in heels! Today I wanted to share with you all “7 Ways To Succeed As A Single Mom”. We all have times where we doubt ourselves and even our strengths, especially as a single mom. There’s no perfect way to parent, but if you’re a mama who has to do things on her own, then this post is for you.

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Use A To Do List- Using a to do list will help you to stay organized; this will help you plan out your day. As moms we sometimes get “mom brain” and forget important tasks because we have such a busy life. Here’s a super cute planner notepad to help get you started https://amzn.to/3wCIIhM.

7 Ways To Succeed As A Single Mom: Talk To Someone

Talk To A Therapist– Talking to someone really helps to take stress off of yourself. If you’re of African descent, therapyforblackgirls.com is a great resource if you’re seeking help.

Creating A Self Care Routine-. Rather it’s yoga or going for a walk; these activities are important ways to practice self care.

Just Say “No”

Telling Your Kids “No”- Sometimes the best form of self care is just saying “No”. It is important to set boundaries even with your children.

Get Into A Career That You Love- Doing this will make all of your hard work and sacrifice worth it because you’re doing something that you love.

Create A Reasonable Co-parenting Schedule – In many cases this isn’t possible, but if so doing this will allow you to have time to accomplish what you need while the children are away.

Get A Baby Sitter – If you can’t afford to get a babysitter every weekend, try getting one once per month. Take yourself on a date or go hang with your girls to get that well needed adult time that you need.

These are in no way the only ways to succeed as a single mother, so if you have any other suggestions please comment them below.

Check out my other blog post: 10 Ways to Boss Your Life Up Sis if you’re in need of inspiration.

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chermaine marshall
4 months ago

Great Post!

3 months ago

Great post! As a mama with single mama friends, I feel like this would be actually helpful for those who are single mamas:)