38 minutes | Oct 27th 2020

The Single Mom’s Guide to Living Life with Kaywanda Lamb

As single moms, we typically have three things we want.  A man, money, and me time.  So how do we navigate those things as a single mom?  Is it possible to still achieve our goals and live life to the fullest?  In this episode, I sit down with Kaywanda Lamb and discuss how as a single mother you can still take charge of your life and live your dreams out.

We deep dive into how we are faced with tough decisions and often we have to evaluate whether it’s time to move into a new space or if we need to learn something new at the current place we are in.  We are often tested but by keeping our eye on the goals, and making sure to look deep within we can get through anything.

We also talk about how you don’t have to wait to start making changes and advancements in your life until after your kids are grown and how it is still possible to live boldly in life with kids.

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Topics Discussed:

  • What it’s like trying to find a man as a single mother.
  • Parenting adult children.
  • How education is shifting.
  • Chasing after your goals with young kids.

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