Being a mother is not easy. Motherhood requires women to wear multiple hats and live up to the unrealistic expectation of being superwoman. Even when moms make it look easy, it’s not. In addition to raising children, many are working moms, while others stay at home or work for themselves.
In honor of Mother’s Day weekend, here are a few stories about the impact of motherhood along with a few tips on how to celebrate your mom.
College Senior Born on Mother’s Day Now Saves Mothers
Student’s work addresses maternal mortality rate in Texas
(Image: Courtesy of Dominique Earland)
Dominique Earland wasn’t just born on Mother’s Day—in a sense, her birthright became her destiny. She developed a maternal health kit for Dallas-area women. Click here to read more.
Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 5 Thoughtful (but Easy) Last-Minute Ideas
Mom would love any one of these five great gifts
Mother’s Day is this Sunday, but don’t worry if the annual holiday has slipped your mind. If you have yet to get a gift for your mom, we’ve got you covered! Click here to read more.
After His Mother’s Murder, He Still Had an Advocate
The work of the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Education is one of advocacy
Read the head of Democrats for Education Reform’s plea to preserve the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Education, an advocate of the underserved. Click here to read more.
The Best Mother’s Day Gift For Every Mompreneur
This Mother’s Day, give your mompreneur a gift that keeps on giving with a ticket to this year’s Entrepreneurs Summit
There’s no better present for an ambitious mompreneur than a ticket to the 2017 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit! Click here to read more.
Moms Mean Business: How To Become A Mompreneur
Learn key tips on how to succeed in parenting and business
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Are you a mom looking to start your own business? Here are a few tips for full-time mothers who aspire to become a mompreneur. Click here to read more.