Are you being a healthy role model for your children?

Are you being a healthy role model for your children?   I believe in an instantaneous society. A society where conveniency is priority over being healthy.  Driving by the fast food restaurant to pick up a few dollar items off of the menu will provide more time for you once you get home and settled... Continue Reading →

Are you a healthy role model for your children?

Today's radio show is talking about the importance of good nutrition in maintaining a healthy lifestyle for single parents and their families. My guest was Ruth Stemler who is a registered dietitian  for over 40 years.

Breaking the Financial Cycle

Living life as  single parent can be challenging in so many ways but I think financially challenges are close to the top. We have to stop ignoring the disparities and start addressing them. Nothing negative goes away until we add positive force in taking action. The photo of the money cut up reminds me of... Continue Reading →

Breaking the Cycle

Today's show is about Breaking the Cycle with our finances. Listen to Dennis Paul from Elevations Credit Union discussing the importance of being aware of how much you spend, budgeting and saving for reserves.  

List of Summer camps

Be prepared for the summer

Hi Victorious Single Parents! It is that time of the year again to get ready for the summer with your children. Summer Camps Summer jobs Internships Volunteer Visit college campuses Short family vacations In state get aways Near state get aways Have local picnics, museums, zoo, parks, libraries Groupons Kids can plan a fun day... Continue Reading →

I = Self Care

    Carolyn Kesterson, M.A., LPC P.O. Box 456 Hygiene, CO  80533 720-205-2252 _______________________________________________________________   “I” is Not a Selfish Word:  Some ABC’s for Single Parents   Some people think that spending time to take good care of yourself is a selfish thing to do.  If you are a single parent, however, self care... Continue Reading →

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