Vanita's Blog – January 2011 Archive (3)

Winds of Change



I feel that when I came to this realization, it brought me mental wellness, it made me see life, my life, in a whole new light.

Recent interactions that lead me to writing this post

My girlfriend Wendy recently said to me, "V, I've got to wonder, how much more does God expect you to take? Is God waiting to see how much it will take to break you or trying to make you stronger?"



A post by my friend Christal:… Continue

Added by Vanita on January 28, 2011 at 11:36am — No Comments

Parental Control Over The Remote

How do you control what your kids watch at night?

Make TV watching a public affair.

I'm a mom of two teens and two toddlers. My teens hardly watch tv at night. If they're lucky enough to have homework done by 8, they're too busy chatting with friends or trying to finish a good book before bed. If it's one of those rare nights when they're "free" and feeling like tv, their only option is venturing out of their room to join the family in the family…

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Added by Vanita on January 26, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments

5 Resources For Moms Returning To Work

In October, after I lost my job, I shared 8 Job Hunting Sites For The Out-of-Work Mom. These were the sites I planned to utilize in my job hunt. I'm still utilizing them. There's been a few leads. On the very few interviews I've had, I came across and chatted with quite a few people.…

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Added by Vanita on January 26, 2011 at 1:32am — No Comments

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