We’re all experiencing these changes for the first time and so why not make the best out of the changes together as well?! The Guide below aims to help you settle into the new-norm of working from home as a single parent, so it can be a quick and easy transition. The first step is to make sure you … [Read more...] about A Single Parent’s Guide to Working from Home with Children
Valentine’s Day after separation can be confronting and leave you feeling very alone. I remember this feeling all too well through my years as a single mother. It is important to remember that you are not alone in these feelings, and there are many ways to cope with the wave of emotions … [Read more...] about Enjoying your first solo Valentines Day
New Idea reports that Kate Ritchie is feeling overwhelmed by the thought of a “messy divorce”. Kate didn’t have a prenup made when she married in 2010, and she’s worried she’s going to have to hand over half of her $20M net worth to her hubby, who is the stay-at-home dad to 5 year old daughter … [Read more...] about A better way to separate.
When a couple separates, there’s a common belief that divorce is the first step. Generally speaking, a couple has a lot to get through before getting divorced. Divorce is in fact usually the final step in the family law process. The result being the legal termination of the marriage, … [Read more...] about Separation & Divorce – what to expect
The Christmas season is upon us and it can be a wonderful celebration of family and friends. For those in separated and/or blended families it may not be quite the joyous experience you dream of as it may come with the stress and tension of juggling family time with others. To help negotiate some … [Read more...] about Christmas tips and tricks to help make lasting memories for you and your children