Hey there, I'm Daisha!
I'm Daisha, mama of three: Kymora, Blake, and Peyton, lover of yoga, Netflix binger and self proclaimed foodie. I have been a single mom for almost 3 years now. I almost, always run myself into the ground trying to do and be everything without thinking about my mental and physical health.
Single parenting can be very challenging and over the years I've learned what works for me and what doesn't.
Single Motherhood has been one of the hardest jobs I have ever had. My whole life now revolves around the care and well being of 3 tiny humans. In the beginning of my separation from their father, I felt like I was drowning.
I was completely overwhelmed adjusting to life with a preschooler, a toddler, and a newborn baby. Never could have imagined that I would be doing this alone. Some days I'm completely driven by my love for them, and most days, I really hate being a single mom. Some days I feel like a failure, other days, I know I got this shit. It is my love for them and their love for me that drives me to be the best mama I can.
Since I've started blogging I've also found that so many women struggle with how to make single motherhood work while suffering from depression. That is why my one of my passions is to provide tips here on the blog, I share tips on how to survive single motherhood, tips for self-care, while suffering from depression. I also love providing moms like myself with FREE resources to help eliminate overwhelm and maximize productivity with the printables from my resource library.
When I first thought about creating a community for single moms, I knew I wanted it to be free, but would provide TONS of value. I know how hard it can be to be inspired, feel comfortable sharing certain struggles and seeking advice without feeling judged. The content is bolder than most blogs, way more relatable for real moms like you, and absolutely no fluff.
Know that there will always be days where you'll feel like giving up. Just remember that you have the smile, kiss and tender touch they need to make everything okay. You are their sunshine and comfort. It is okay to hate single motherhood, and do not let anyone tell you otherwise. But do you really need me to tell you that. You got this mama! My advice to you will ALWAYS be to not dwell too much on what your children are missing. They still have YOU!