As a woman , I’ve developed some skills that I wouldn’t have if I hadn’t had children. With my 3 kids 👦👧👶, I’ve had to use these skills practically every day. Read on to find out some useful skills you may need to develop in order to survive this thing called parenthood 😂. Patience- This…… Continue reading 5 Skills Every Parent Should Develop and Why
Happy New Year!!! I hope everyone started 2017 off on the right foot 👣 😊. 2016 was quite a year. I’m sure you’ll all agree with me when I say that it had a lot of ups ⬆ and tons of downs ⬇. Luckily 🍀, we were able to get through it and can have…… Continue reading 18 Things I Learned in 2016
I’d like to thank so many people who have made my blog, “Miriam Knows”, possible. I’ve only been blogging since July 1,2016 and have people looking forward to seeing my new posts, especially the monthly “Woman Who Knows” blog series. Woman Who Knows These amazing women have inspired countless readers to follow their dreams. I…… Continue reading Quick Post: Thank You!
December’s feature is someone I’ve known since middle school. She, in my opinion, is the epitome of a “Woman Who Knows”. Her name is Tamara Barnes. She is married with 2 sons of her own and 3 step-sons. Besides having a career in the military (thank you for your service) , she also has 3…… Continue reading December’s Woman Who Knows: Tamara N. Barnes
So, it’s 6am here in California on a Sunday. I’ve been up since 4:30am due to this stupid cold I’ve had all weekend. You know how it is: one side of your nose is runny, the other side is stopped up, you’re hacking up a lung, your throat is on fire, you can’t breathe, every…… Continue reading Quick Post: I hate being sick!🤒
*I know I’m extremely late posting November’s feature and I completely apologize to you all. Sometimes life throws you a couple of curve balls but I’m back in the game now. 😊* As you’ve seen from past features, it’s all about women who give to the community in ways that make a huge difference…… Continue reading November’s Woman Who Knows: Maribel E.Ojeda
Not long ago, I read an article that said, within a generation, there would be no more children born with Down Syndrome. If I recall correctly, it indicated that genetic advances would make this, and other disabilities non-existent. Although I can certainly understand that people would wish to avoid these physical and mental challenges, would…… Continue reading What Our Physically and Mentally Challenged Citizens Bring to American Society By Joe Herman