AT&T Unite Pro by Netgear Review

I took the AT&T Unite Pro by NETGEAR for a test drive through the back roads of Georgia. Having a mobile hotspot was really sweet on a road trip.

Holiday Travel Boredom Buster Solution

In our high-tech world it’s easy to bust the boredom during holiday travel. Planes, trains, and automobiles are the perfect place to have a mobile hotspot on hand for all the mobile devices. Save the expense of connecting to a public or airport network or spotty connection with your own mobile hotspot.

UPDATE: Congratulations to Janice Miller  and Pam Whitlock for winning the tickets to the Paula Deen Holiday Show. Enjoy ladies!

She is a Southern food icon and she is coming to Atlanta next week. Paula Deen has had her ups and downs in the media, but one thing is for sure…she can cook her butt off!

I will be attending a luncheon as one of her special guests this week (pictures to come) so I’ll get to meet her in person. Unfortunately everyone can attend the luncheon but you can attend her live show here in Atlanta.

Single Mom Budget Worksheets

New Automatic Printable Single Mom Budget Worksheet!

Update: I have created a printable single mom budget worksheet of my own that you can download for free. Simply enter your after-tax monthly income and it automatically creates your budget for each category.

Click the image below to download the MS Word file and follow the instructions on page 2 (See the demo video below).

My car repair bills added up to $800. I could have been stressed about money and worried about my car breaking down. But I’ve learned the power of prayer and other habits that help me overcome financial stress. I share my tips in this video with you to encourage you to breath and know it will be okay.

How are you handling financially stressful times? How do you want to be able to handle them?

What to talk about it privately? Schedule a free 30-minute strategy session to pick my brain and figure out how to overcome financial stress. Send an email to samantha @richsinglemomma.com

My kids are teens but were excited to see the new Toys ‘R Us Holiday Big Book when it got to my house. It feels kind of strange to see them all excited but I have to remember there are more than just toys for toddlers to tweens in there.

tsuadrevenueWhat if I told you that you could get paid to post your content on facebook? I imagine you would have a hard time believing me because it’s just not something they or Twitter would do right?

You would be right so I won’t get your hopes up about that. But there is a new social media network that pays you to be on their network and post updates, video, articles or whatever you normally post on Facebook.

It’s called Tsu (pronounced sue). I checked out myself and joined when I learned they will pay me 90% of the money they get from ads. Is it guaranteed? I guess it is if you use it as much as you use Facebook or Twitter and have as many friends there.

Ready to sign up? Here is the link to my profile: https://www.tsu.co/samanthagregory.

Click it to get in and sign up. Use my name to complete your registration and start earning money for doing what you normally do on Facebook or Twitter anyway.

By Jason Alderman

When it comes to holiday spending, waiting in store lines all night and jostling for discounts will mean very little if you don’t have a budget that shapes your finances year-round. With the average U.S. household spending $600-$700 in 2014 for the holidays, putting that money together shouldn’t be a game of chance. Here are some tips to get it right: