Yeah right! A catch 22 (did I just date myself?) Easier said than done. How does a single parent do both? Work and be available to the kids? I can only tell you that I was determined to be the one to raise my kids. We were sold a lie that we could do it all and have it all. When we sell ourselves out to 24/7 career the kids miss out on us. As a single mom I felt I had no choice, it was either leave the kids and work or not work and be with the kids. I wanted some solution and whether I was just plain crazy or on to something I knew I had to find a way to make both happen. I did, and you can too. Our values and intentions play out even when we don't realize it. Hold on to what you know you want for your kids. Ask God or the Universe to bring it about even when you see no possibilities that is when miracles happen. Your kids need you more than your money. Keep Believing.
Author, Life Coach, Seattle traffic reporter
Laurie was a single mom, whose hopes and dreams helped her survive the tough times. Her dreams are manifesting with the release of a new book Did Not See That Coming.