What Bridge are you at?

November 14, 2014 What bridge are you at? Where are you now? And where do you hope to be or want to be? Have you figured out a way to bridge the gap between where you are and where you need to be? Can I help you? Let me know. Below are some inspirational YouTube videos by Jim Rohn who quotes scriptures and has had success in life and his business life. I believe some of his speeches might inspire…

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Where is your income level, single moms?

Good morning ladies. I was just reading this article at http://www.wealthysinglemommy.com/thank-you/ And while I might not subscribe to all that they say since it has a secular, non Christian bent to it, I do like the concepts in number one: FIGURE OUT HOW YOU CAN EARN MORE: “Not how much more you can get from your ex. Or how much you can save with coupons and garagesaling. No. You have little control over those parts of your life. But you…

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SINGLE MOMS UNITE! resources

Single moms’ budgets can be exploded by holidays, car repairs, lay offs, and delayed support checks. Nek’ka Migel suggests using resources like various thrift or church groups that give to families at holiday times. She found in her 16 years as a Single stay-at-mom that always tithing 10% and saving 10% helped with car repairs and family gatherings.  To get more helpful ideas from Single Moms Unite! that meets quarterly for single working moms, contact Nek’ka at 208-724-1093 or SingleMomsUnite208@gmail.com. Website: www. MigeLs.com/Nekka  Invite a single…

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Single Moms and Their Busy Schedule

I was just thinking about my adult girls, now, who seem to have less time for devotions while they are in college. When I went back to college after my ex husband divorced me in 1996, I had two little girls, 1 and 2 years old.  I was going for my Bachelors in Business in a 14 month program.   I was still a Christian, attending church and needing to do my daily devotions.   So I was reading through…

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