Archive for February 2012
For single mothers, the choice to work outside of the home is often not a choice but a necessity to ensure that the child is provided for and has food, shelter and clothing. Single mothers that have chosen to work outside of the home have many factors to consider however – before making the final decision.
Here are some things that the single mother has to consider before deciding to work outside of the home:
Who is going to care for the child while the mother is working? Does the mother have access to subsidies or lower Read the rest of this entry »
A great deal of people struggling when choosing daycare or a nanny for childcare. A Daycare facility is licensed by the state and has some of the best programs available. They offer outdoor play yards and are monitored by the state to ensure they are meeting standards. The daycare often has higher number of children per teachers and often there are horror stories of children being hurt or neglected.
A nanny can be scary, unless the family knows the person. Finding a person to trust with the Read the rest of this entry »
Now is the perfect time to get your college degree and step up into a better way of life with a new job. Especially for single mothers, this time of transition allows you to organize your future and to make some choices about where you want to go. There are plenty of grants available through the government and schools that will work with you on the funding that you need.
In order to receive a Pell Grant or other government grant, a Read the rest of this entry »
Being a single mother can be challenging. Not only does raising a child on your own present a challenge from a financial standpoint it can also cause stress. Aside from focusing on raising your children, being a single mother is all about learning to utilize your resources. Luckily, several resources are committed to helping single mothers in almost all areas. There are some amazing resources located in Seattle for single mothers.
Finding and attending groups Read the rest of this entry »