Rich Single Momma | The Single Mom's Personal Finance Blog
My name is Samantha and I’m a mom to two teens, Lexi and AJ. This is my place to talk about money, momdom (my mom kingdom), and my moods. Occasionally, I’ll also offer wealth, health, and single parenting tips and articles for single moms with a touch of humor and a lot of compassion mixed with tough love. I am here to encourage single moms and show them they can be joyful, prosperous, and..
Want to cut car insurance costs – then follow these tips and save. Drive Fewer Miles Since insurance policies are typically based in part on the number of miles driven each year, consider cutting back on your driving to qualify for lower rates. Pay Your Bill Annually Making monthly payments on your insurance policy is […]
Years ago I made arrangements to refinance my auto loan. There were pros and cons to it which I wish I had known about before I signed the paperwork. I wanted lower car payments so I made the leap without all the information I could have gathered if I did more homework. My interest rate […]
Today’s relationships are nothing like they were in the late 1900’s. Traditional values that once were the foundation of a committed relationship no longer play any significant role in those seen in today’s date. For those that wish to know of whether the relationship they are in is considered as being exclusive by your significant […]
Over the last 10 years, I’ve been a blogger in the mom blog/ lifestyle/ personal finance space. My reach is 100k+ across multiple networks. Not massive but not miniature either. I am the first single mom money blogger and I’ve worked with big and small brands on various campaigns. I get email pitches every day that end […]
As nearly half of the American population already knows, divorce is a difficult, emotional process to go through. This difficulty can be compounded depending on the number of years a couple has been together, the dollar amount of their acquired assets, and whether or not they have any children. Divorce can also have an impact […]
During this time of year, it’s easy to overextend yourself with buying gifts, decorating, and special meals. If you haven’t saved for the Holidays all year long you may be strapped for cash. What if you could make some quick cash to pad your account and come out on the other side of the Holidays […]