Jun 22
Young entrepreneur starting a business

Tips On Starting Your Own Business Coping with an unexpected career setback can cause a lot of stress and anxiety, and it can be challenging to know how to forge ahead. While many people will stick with the path that they were already on, others will look at a career setback as a sign that they should forge a new path by starting their own business. There are a lot of considerations to work through when it comes to starting your own business, but there is a lot of great advice available to make the process flow more smoothly. Look at your interests, skills, and passions to pinpoint the right business idea The first step in creating your own business is to pin down the right idea. There are many options available when it comes to starting your own business, and it is important to… [Read more]

Mar 09

Let’s face it – the prospect of a sober St. Patrick’s Day may leave you feeling a bit out of the loop. The holiday, which is highly popular all over the world, has a reputation for being a pretty big drinking day. Let’s be clear – there’s nothing wrong with having some beers on St. Patrick’s Day. But for some, having a few beers isn’t really an option. If you’re in recovery, hoping to provide a child-friendly celebration, or simply not a drinker, it’s easy to feel left out on St. Patrick’s Day. But you don’t have to feel that way. In fact, in many ways, a sober St. Patrick’s Day is a better St. Patrick’s Day. You can focus on the true history behind the holiday It may surprise you to learn that St. Patrick’s Day isn’t really a heavy drinking holiday in many… [Read more]

Aug 31
stressed out single mother with baby

Editor’s Note: It seems like every time I go on a mommy website these days there are tips for scheduling your day, weekly menus, to daycare or not to daycare, or managing your adult life with your children. While these are all great tips, I never see anything about help for dealing with all of those decisions when they take a toll on your sanity to a point of self-medication. We all have a hard day now and then, and some of us just want to decompress on the couch when the kids go to sleep. But there are others, quite a few I might add, who put them to bed and say the cliché “I need a drink”. AND they mean it whole-heartedly. This is a telltale sign of the parent struggling with keeping it together while raising little people who watch their every… [Read more]