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Practically Free Mobile Housing


Finding a mobile home or trailer can be stressful, and finding one at a reasonable price is even more difficult. There are so many options, types, and ways to go about it, so we’ve put together a list of websites to help you easily find a mobile home for a affordable price.   As far as cost, a great place to start your search is through Craigslist and eBay.  Most always there&rsq...


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Dating Moms – A Single Guy’s Perspective


      Nowadays dating is a whole new, digital world and it is changing day by the day. It’s safe to say that if you’re under thirty and single, you probably either use, or have used a dating app such as Tinder, Bumble, or Plenty of Fish. There are a handful of other apps and websites out there, but these three are the most popular and often thought of as the easiest...


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Ways for Single Parents to Get Alone Time


For single parents, having time to yourself, either with friends or alone, is crucial for your peace of mind. If you're raising kids without a partner, you may be trying to play the role of mom and dad, which can undoubtedly be taxing at times. Here are some tips to help you get some restorative, much-needed quality time for yourself.   Set Boundaries Make your room your safe haven. It&rsq...


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San Francisco Employers Required to Pay For Parental Leave


New legislation passed in San Francisco today will make the city one of the most desirable places to work for new parents.   Starting in 2017, employers of 50 or more in San Francisco will be required to shoulder 45% of the cost of parental leave for those employed within city limits, with employers of 20 or more following similar suit the following year. This includes new moms and fathers...


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How to Parent When It Comes to Technology


The world of modern parenting presents a new issue. We all use technology to our advantage, but we’re also well aware of the dangers it presents, and we work to avoid them ourselves - it’s common sense to us. However, when we introduce this technology to our children, we must consider the passing of this information from us to them. Here’s some tips on how to keep your child both...


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Returning to School as a Single Parent


As a single parent, we dedicate our lives to giving our children the best. We work long hours, come home to cook and clean, read bed time stories, answer a trillion colorful questions, and then barrel into bed to catch every bit of sleep we can. All with a smile on our faces. Why? Because we love our children and we want them to grow up to be the best they can possibly be. But could a lack of a c...


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7 Family Films to See This Year


As a single parent,it’s important to find fun ways to bond with your children. A night out on the town is always a great option, and often times, nothing can be more exciting than seeing the newest blockbuster title in theaters. Here are some of the biggest family movies of the year that you should keep an eye out for:   The Jungle Book In 1967, Disney’s animated classic The Ju...


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How to Find Free Child Care


Daycare can end up being a costly expense, but a necessary one. As a single parent, you’ve got to work to make money, and you can’t necessarily have your child with you at all times. Here are some ways you can get the child care you need, but at a rate that won’t break the bank:   Family and Friends First of all, consider the fact that you most likely have a large arsenal...


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How Facebook Sellers Trick Women to Make Millions


Some things seem too good to be true, and for countless women casually shopping on Facebook, they did not get what they bargained for.   If you’re active on Facebook, you have probably seen advertisements on the news feed and sidebar boasting unbelievably low prices for the latest and greatest designers’ clothing. You see a gorgeous dress that you’ve always wanted, and sin...


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How to Use SNAP Benefits (EBT)


The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program allows you to use your government benefits to directly pay for food items at selected retailers. Once you’re certified for SNAP benefits, you’ll receive an EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) card in the mail with instructions on how to use it.   To purchase food using your SNAP benefits, bring your food items to the checkout counter ...


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