A Day in the Life of a Divorced working mother in Harlem

A Day in the Life of a Divorced Working Mother in Harlem, NYC Omg, I need a cigarette! No, I do. Me, the writer. Not the divorced working mother who lives in Harlem I’m going to attempt to discuss. The funny thing about it is, I don’t smoke, I’ve never been divorced, and I’m not … Continue reading “A Day in the Life of a Divorced working mother in Harlem”

RECENTLY DIVORCED? Want to Travel the World But Don’t Have Money? Work on a Cruise Ship!

  DIVORCED? WANT TO TRAVEL THE WORLD BUT HAVE NO MONEY? WHY DON’T YOU WORK ON A CRUISE SHIP?? Re: Divorced? Want to Travel the World But Don’t Have Money. From: Grace Ann Diaz Hi Everyone! Today’s travel ideas for divorced people involves working on a cruise ship. What fun!  Honestly I could not think … Continue reading “RECENTLY DIVORCED? Want to Travel the World But Don’t Have Money? Work on a Cruise Ship!”

Working After Divorce: 5 Side Hustles For Single Moms (Millennials) With Kids

Working After Divorce: A Few Unusual Ideas for Single Moms (Especially Millennials) Working after divorce is not always easy. Especially not when you have young children who are not yet in school. But for many single moms, working after divorce is not just a necessity as far as making financial ends meet, but also an … Continue reading “Working After Divorce: 5 Side Hustles For Single Moms (Millennials) With Kids”

8 Types of Workouts to Reduce Divorce Stress

Conquor Divorce Stress With These 8 Exercises There is no better way to get rid of divorce stress than with exercise. Not even medication is as good as good old workouts, because workouts use up certain hormones that make you feel good and spur you to greater action while medications just numb the pain. Which … Continue reading “8 Types of Workouts to Reduce Divorce Stress”

Returning to Work After Divorce: For Moms Who Left Their Jobs To Care For Their Family

RETURNING TO WORK AFTER DIVORCE Excerpted from: The Golden Book of Secrets For Moms Re-entering the Workforce After Divorce A Divorce Saloon International GOLD STAR  Report – by Marion TD Lewis, Editor in Chief of Divorce Saloon © Premium Content – $1.00   Returning to work after divorce: When Stay at Home Moms Decide to Return to the Workforce … Continue reading “Returning to Work After Divorce: For Moms Who Left Their Jobs To Care For Their Family”

Who has a tougher time with divorce? Stay-at-home moms or working moms?

So our money is on stay at home moms as having a tougher time with a divorce (especially when there are kids involved) than a working outside the home mom. What do you think?

So our money is on stay at home moms as having a tougher time with a divorce (especially when there are kids involved) than a working outside the home mom. What do you think?