It was a beautiful Saturday with the perfect weather in the Royal town of Windsor, England. The world was watching, as they have been impatiently waiting to witness a piece of history. History indeed was made, as no one anticipated that unprecedented and modern fairytale we have all seen today. I admit that I was not ready for what I witnessed. I am always up early, as I sipped on my delicious cup of Bustelo, I turned on the television to Good Morning America for their live edition of the Royal Wedding. My first connection to the Royal Wedding: Doria Ragland Inside Saint George’s Chapel,Read More →

Mother’s Day is no doubt a very special day. When you have older kids, it great to receive those phone calls, get special treats and expensive gifts. But what if you are a single mom with small kids? Well the good news is there are plenty of ways to make that day extra special for everyone. Outdoor Activities: 1. Treat yourself with a nice family picnic if weather permits This is a good way to relax and enjoy a nice family time, take kids offs their video games and iPad, focus on one on one fun, cracks some jokes, laugh, talk about things that makeRead More →

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Ladies in Tech! Don’t Miss Out. Save the Dates. Girls, female college students, faculty members, and individuals from underrepresented groups are all covered under these three scholarship and discounted prospects from Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program, Grace Hopper Celebration, and OpenAi Scholars. Girls who code Summer Immersion Program Dates: Vary per location / 7- weeks Locations: Multiple States Application Deadline: March 16th, 2018 The Girls Who Code summer immersion program is scheduled to last seven weeks. It focuses on tenth and eleventh grade girls with interest in technology and a desire to learn. The program will be available in about 12 locations around theRead More →

Looking for an affordable way to start a career in tech ? Google can help On January 16th, 2018, Google launched its IT Support Professional Certificate with the goal of helping more people secure roles in IT support. The course, which is hosted on Coursera, can get even people with no previous experience in tech secure an entry-level job in as little as eight to twelve months. Their hope is to help fill the gap that currently exists in this occupation which is surpassing the average growing rate for all other occupations. What is Included? The program, a six-course certificate is developed by Googlers and includeRead More →

Dell Remote Position by Single Moms Power

Over 200 recent remote positions for grab from the tech giant Dell I have heard from many of my followers about the struggle of finding a job where not only they would be a good fit, but also one that can fulfill their need for flexibility. With a vast and personal understanding of life, family and work balance, Single Moms Power is now renewing its commitment to research and bring you more remote opportunities. You heard it right. Dell is Hiring for a lot of technology related work-from-home positions. Most of them are spread across the United States. Some other countries I noticed, include Brazil andRead More →

ET interview

The internet is buzzing after Kristin Cavallari declared herself a single parent and angered so many real single parents. After watching the interview on ET, as a single parent, I wish I could be mad too, but I am afraid that madness is not going to solved the issue about the lack of understanding many people have when it comes to knowing what it is like to be a single parent. For the people who were already at the pick of their career, when they become single parents, life maybe a little less challenging. However, for many, it comes with some tough daily choices. MostRead More →

Donut with mom party

During the week, all the dads for my son’s Pre-k class were invited for a Father’s Day celebration titled “Donuts with dad”. Last month they also had “Muffins with mom” for Mother’s Day. My son loves having me around every time parents are invited to school. The school has Pre-k parent engagement day every month, some parents have taken turns. For my son, I was the one always present, thanks to my flexible schedule being self-employed, I can remember how his face brightens up each time when he sees me walking through the door as if that hour of the day wouldn’t be fun whenRead More →

There must have been a time in your life, when you had a conversation with someone about a goal you would like to achieve, that person looked at you and told you that this was not going to happen and gave you some reasons why he or she  believes that you can’t do it. Often, this reason is simply based on assumptions, common perceptions or stereotypes. Here you are now, back to square one, doubting yourself, because, what if this person is right? Then, you get to the point where you start feeling less anxious about your project, which was the most exciting thing you’veRead More →