Category: Work at Home Mom

Digital Entrepreneur, Freelancer Life, Inspirational, Work at Home Mom

“How to be you, po?”

I have always cringed on this question. Yes, yes…I know what you are thinking… I should be flattered. I should be happy someone wants to be like me. I should be humbled that someone messaged me enough to ask how they can be like me. AND I AM! I am definitely flattered and humbled because …

Digital Entrepreneur, Freelancer Life, Inspirational, Love, Online Freelancing, Online Profile, Self, Solo Parenting, Work at Home Mom

33 Lessons I Learned As I Turn 33

1. Don’t be afraid to be yourself. You know the saying “keep it real”? It’s true. 2. You are never too old to learn new things. Discover. Make that curious kid in you alive again. 3. Shit happens. Yes, it does happen! And when it does make sure you have a lot of toilet paper. …

Digital Entrepreneur, Freelancer Life, Online Freelancing, Online Profile, Work at Home Mom

My reply to What Richard Branson, Elon Musk and Other Top Execs Ask During Job Interviews

I saw this article in my newsfeed today – http://time.com/4130977/interview-q… and I thought it would be fun to answer a couple of questions these successful guys would ask. Here are my answers: “What didn’t you get a chance to include on your résumé?” A: I get what I want because I work hard for it. …

Inspirational, Love, Self, Solo Parenting, Work at Home Mom

Ten Lessons I have learned having a son with Asperger’s

Ten years ago, I gave birth to one of the most wonderful human beings I know. He was born with an imperforate anus with his head as big as my palm. He was 5.3 pounds and I was even told he might have a weak heart. It was not the “ideal” situation for a first-time …

Inspirational, Love, Self, Work at Home Mom

Q:Civil Status? A:Separated

Separated. Whenever I am filling out a form that asks me for my civil status this is the first word I look for. Some forms have it and some don’t. Much to my stubbornness of being a “free” woman, I have to choose “Married” every now and then. In a country where there is no …

Inspirational, Love, Self, Solo Parenting, Work at Home Mom

Battlefield

I read once that life was a battlefield. It sure the hell is. It starts from the moment you open your eyes and that alarm clock rings and rings. And you fight. You fight exhaustion and tiredness and sleepiness. And you wish for that extra 5 minutes and yet you fight all that to stand …

Freelancer Life, Inspirational, Love, Solo Parenting, Work at Home Mom

Superpowers!!!!!

I have superpowers!!!! Last night I discovered I have superpowers! We had a storm. I think it’s still here. And because of the storm, it was raining so hard and there were lightning and thunder. The skies seemed to rumble and wanted to tell the world of its anger. Mother Nature was throwing a fit …

Inspirational, Solo Parenting, Work at Home Mom

Why I don’t posts my child’s grades on Facebook

Today my eldest son, Marcus showed me the results of his Second Quarter exams. It was not a perfect score but it was high enough as the tests only had 2-3 mistakes. Some would wonder why this is an achievement and why I’m happy even though it was not a perfect score, it’s simply because …