Being a stay-at-home mom may be one of the hardest jobs out there – but society doesn’t see it that way. Here’s how to thrive as a stay-at-home mom in 2020.
Many Black Women-Owned businesses do a great job of catering to other women. If you are in need of some TLC this Valentine’s Day, consider shopping these Women-Owned brands.
Whether you have been married for one year or for one hundred years, couples should never stop doing the daily work it takes to build a healthy marriage. Here’s why.
A child’s biggest need is to feel loved. With all of the chaos going on in the world it is more important than ever to make your children feel loved.
Before buying gifts for him, take a moment and think about your man. To give a thoughtful gift, consider his likes and interests and start there.
As a mom, I have learned easy ways to minimize the mess and reduce my stress. To keep a tidy home, practice these daily habits to keep your house clean.
I always thought I had to be rich and famous to have a personal stylist. Thanks to the internet, you can now hire a personal stylist online directly from your smartphone. I did it, and you can too for only $10. Here’s how.
If you are having a hard making friends, start by being a friend first. The best way to attract the right people is to be the friend you wish you had.
Chores aren’t the only activities that can become habits in your life. In fact, the habits that changed my life are the ones I still live by today.
Anything that is a time-waster is the enemy to your productivity. Use these life hacks to save time during the day so you can have more time to relax later.
Quality time with your child is one of the best gifts a parent can give to a child. Getting to know them for who they are and embracing them for their unique qualities is priceless. You don’t have to spend money to have quality time with your child. Instead, focus on building the relationship and getting to know one another.
If you notice your child procrastinating simple tasks, now is the best time to pinpoint the problem. Here’s how to help your child stop procrastinating – no matter how old they are.