(SingleBlackMom.wordpress.com) – Want to wow your family with the most delicious dessert treat but some of your family has food allergies? This treat is gluten-free and can be modified to be nut free as well.
While the recipe as shown requires coconut sprinkles, it can be substituted for other topics or done without any topping just chocolate. If you’re lucky enough to be able to feed everyone nuts, try adding almond shavings or almost dust (ground finely).
You can also skip the carmel and use peanut butter (as well as the melting process). Continue reading
(www.SingleBlackMom.wordpress.com) – This holiday season, don’t be caught up in how much things cost. Here’s a chance to teach your children how to appreciate money, how to develop their own style and how to turn an ordinary thing into an exciting thing! Thrift store shopping. In this post, we’ll also show you how to get toys, coats and housing help for your children and your family if you’re in a financial bind.
How to Buy Awesome Clothing from the Thrift Store
FOR MOM and ADULTS
FOR PLUS SIZE CUTIES
(SingleBlackMom.wordpress.com) – Because Black moms ain’t shit, according to the movie, “Moonlight,” White audiences, critics and the mainstream media are raving about this crackpot film. After all, they’ve been saying this for years so “it’s about time someone made a movie about it.” There is little redeeming value in the movie and the harm it does is significant.
(Single Mom Club: SingleBlackMom.wordpress.com) – Cupid has been tracking me on a GPS for years. Six and a half years to be exact, which is exactly how long I’ve been celibate. I managed to outsmart, outwit and outlast his clever antics until recently when his upgraded bow and arrow landed directly in my heart as if it had a homing device.
While he made a direct hit to my heart, Cupid missed my head so while my heart is leaning toward allowing myself to feel and experience the love and comfort of a man, my head ain’t going for it. It’s been a pretty serious fight going on internally for me since I met “Mr. No Backing Down.” Continue reading
It’s getting cold and you’re not getting any richer. If you’re in need of clothing for you or your children, this thread will be helpful. We’ll be adding to the list by major city as we obtain the information starting with NYC.
New York City clothing closets and thrift stores.
The greater New York City area has dozens of clothing closets and thrift stores. Centers are located in all boroughs, including Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. While some of the locations will provide free items, baby supplies, work attire, and more to low income, other centers will sell gently used items. In addition to providing clothing, some of the New York City centers will offer additional aid, such as food, shelter, or referrals to emergency assistance. If a location is not near you, or can’t meet your needs, then they can often provide referrals to other programs or local charities.
Most of the centers rely heavily on donations from the community. Resources are always limited, and unfortunately not everyone will be able to receive free clothing or other support. Some of the items in highest demand tend to be winter coats for children, professional suits or dresses, shoes, and also assistance around the holidays. So those items will be distributed in short order. Some of the New York City thrift stores may also sell gently used furniture, cribs, or appliances. If your income is low enough, the clothing closet or thrift store may provide a voucher so you can receive the item for free. Continue reading
$2.00 off one Tide printable couponWe moms need every break we can get. Our budgets are taking a bruising but that doesn’t mean the kiddos have to suffer. Here’s a fun way to beat the heat while making memories. Be sure to record the fun and take pics, too. You’d be surprised how something as silly as 7/11 day can make memories for your kids. Continue reading
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