What type of mother would send her child to school during a time like this? Doesn’t she know that the…

While I was transitioning, flat braid outs were my go-to hairstyle! Braid outs really define your curls, are quick and easy to achieve, and you can wear your braids as a cute protective style.

Jump rope is one of the best workouts you can do. You’ll burn fat, lose weight, and improve your cardio. Check out this jump rope challenge and join MommiNation’s Fit Mommi Challenge.

In this video, I will show you how I get soft, voluminous, and big curls with a perm rod set….

I know I’m not the only one who has gotten to day seven of your twist out or wash &…

When I am hot HOT and my husband has gotten on my last nerve, I seriously ask myself this question….

I am scared that my son will go on his morning run and not come back. I’m scared to let my teenager do normal teenage boy things like go to the mall, the skating rink, or to the neighborhood park to play basketball with his friends. I am scared that my husband will go to Publix to pick up some things I forgot from the grocery store and never come back. I’m scared that the people who are paid and accepted the responsibility to protect and serve are the very people that they will need protection from. I am scared that the people I wave to on my run through the neighborhood will see them as a threat.
This is a disgrace! All I can do is stay in constant prayer of protection, grace, and mercy. More than likely, if you do not have the same thoughts, you have privilege that moms who look like me will never experience. I am urging you to use that privilege to protect my son.

Cool mom is not an oxymoron. That’s right, but you will not have 100% of both worlds. You have to be comfortable not knowing everything. This is obviously still a constant struggle for me, especially with my son getting older and encountering new temptations daily. Here are some things I’ve learned to be both cool and a mom along the way.

Most of us would be running to our favorite Mexican restaurant and ordering our favorite margaritas today for Cinco de Mayo. But, COVID has us stuck in the house. No need to fear, MommiNation has you covered with our favorite margarita recipes.

We have officially entered the week of Mother’s Day (even though we believe that every day is Mommi’s Day). If you’re anything like us, with all craziness and uncertainty resulting from the Coronavirus, you’re scrambling right now to find the perfect gift for your mommi and dropping hints to your man about how amazing a new DIY nail kit would be. Whether you’re trying to find the best gift for your Mommi or your Baby Mommi, we have you covered with a financially conscious Mother’s Day gift guide for everyone!

Although the twist-out is easy to achieve, it does take proper product, technique, and practice. There are several tips to help you achieve the perfect twist out and as a natural mommi for 7 years, using almost all products on the shelves I have you covered!

COVID-19 has added another meaning to mommi madness. This blog was initially thought of to help mommies focus on our financial goals through the madness we mommies experience everyday, but in true mommi style, we pivot and we find ways to prioritize and focus on the most important. Although our money goals are important, preparing our families for successes through a possible financial downfall is essential. Here are 4 tips to show you how not to go broke during COVID-19.

And to think, we thought the Mommi Madness couldn’t get any worst. Now, some of our daily routines are complete…

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Now that the holiday season is over, we are left with all of the financial scars of being “Santa” because…

The beginning of not only a new year, but a new decade is the perfect time to set annual goals. You should set goals for every area in your life; career, health, family, financial, etc. But how do you make vision boards to set 2020 goals that you will stick with? When I set goals, I follow these 6 tips.

I paid off $32,295.30 of debt in 12 months!! I began this journey in $118,069 of consumer debt. This debt…

Christmas is right around the corner and everyone knows Christmas is the time of giving. The “giving spirit” can sometimes…

The opportunity to see a room full of passionate, hard-working, and business savvy black women cannot be described in words. As you know, we believe that it takes a Nation to support a mom, and this event was the true depiction of support. There were several quotes that were so powerful and intentionally placed all over the event space. There were two quotes that stuck with me. “Real Queens Fix Each Other’s Crowns” and “Behind Every Great Woman, Are Great Women”. LOVE. THESE. QUOTES!!! Find ways to get behind other women, build them up, support their cause, fix each other’s crowns, collaborate, connect, and succeed!!

There are many money lessons I’ve learned along this journey. Out of the many lessons, there are two tips that…

How committed are you to the goals you set in January? 2020 is in 6 months, what have you accomplished? I’m here to encourage you to finish the year strong.

Protective styles are great for the summer, especially for black and brown Mommies and daughters swimming, vacationing, and summer camping....

I don’t know what happens in 7th grade, but apparently that is when hormones start to rage. Let me preface this by assuring you that when it comes to dating, my son is not allowed to have a girlfriend. But according to him, he’s dated 3 girls this year. In his defense, he didn’t know there was a strict no girlfriend policy because we never discussed it. I mean, when is the perfect time to discuss the rules around relationships? And even more terrifying, when is the perfect age to discuss the birds and the bees?

Everyone begins their fitness journey with a motivator and a goal. What is your fitness motivation? What pushes you to focus on fitness? What is your fitness goal? I’ve learned that before you can succeed at anything, you have to start with why. What is your why? Is it overall life/health? Does working out and eating healthy make you feel better? Do you want to lose weight for an upcoming event like a wedding or vacation? Do you want to look fit? Or is there another motivator?

But, if your family is anything like mine, there was no bond at first sight and the “blending” part of a blended family was more like oil and water. At one point it was just us against the world and now one of “them” in the world is infiltrating “Us”. Can you imagine being stuck in between two of the most important people in your life? I contemplated many times if I would go through with marrying the most loving man I had ever known to preserve my son’s happiness and joy. I was willing to forfeit my own happiness for the happiness of my child.

The pro-life vs pro choice debate has been a long-standing debate that has created division of people in all circles. With the recent national news of abortion law changes, this division has become more evident. This article is intended, not to support either argument or perpetuate the division. But instead, this article is to inform the Nation of the recent activity surrounding this issue and start an open dialogue to support and respect our difference in opinions.

The truth is, budget is not a bad word and no matter how wealthy you are, everyone needs a budget. Especially us moms that want to create successful money habits we plan to pass on to our children.

Single Mom, I know how it feels to desperately want your child’s father active in their lives. But believe me…

Ok, so I know you’re wondering, how do I plan to pay off $92,000 and how long it will take…

When I began this process, I was clueless about where to start. I listened to podcast, read books, took financial…

I did not need validation from anyone else. I knew I was doing an amazing job, with or without a man in the house. My son was respectful, loving, caring, hardworking, and smart!

Today is the day, the day I became a mom! They said that today, August 24, 2006 is the day…

As much as we dread April 15th that day comes around every year like clockwork. The moment of truth is less than one week away. Have you procrastinated this year filing your taxes? If so, you are not alone and we are here to give you a guide with 5 quick tips to completing your taxes last minute.

Although I did not grow up in poverty, I also wasn’t born into wealth. My husband jokes all the time about how I grew up “rich”, which couldn’t be further from the truth. I am truly blessed for the experiences that I had as a child but, I also wish money management was explicitly discussed.

We are talking about building wealth, therefore having only one source of income will not cut it. Take all of your eggs out of that one basket and start spreading the wealth.

Ok, so I know you’re wondering, how do I plan to pay off $92,000 and how long it will take…

Hey Mommies, I want to take a moment to discuss a very serious topic. A topic that the success of…

I have a love hate relationship with my student loans. I hate that they are so much (almost 6 figures),…

I’ve made many mistakes in my short 32 years on this earth, but when it comes to student loans, I’ve…

Have you heard the recent student loan debt statistics? According to Forbes, Student loan debt is now the second highest…

Budgeting is all about making a plan for your money. Forgetting to budget 1 thing could destroy your entire budget…

Did you know that you could negotiate your expenses? I asked this question on my Instagram account and I received…

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Do you find yourself asking, “where has my money gone”? Are you constantly waiting for the next paycheck, month after…