Hard working single mom quotes

Every family is different, and we’re choosing to do what’s best for ours.

I help to provide for and nurture my family in a wide variety of ways. Today I will be fully present wherever I am, at work or at home.

Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage, and confidence in the doing. When you do good to others, you do good to yourself. Being happy doesn’t mean that everything is perfect. The most amazing things in life tend to happen right at the moment you’re about to give up. A friend who understands your tears is much more valuable than a lot of friends who only know your smile. Beautiful is the woman who is on a mission of value.

Don’t waste another moment crying over what went wrong!

I care so passionately about improving the quality of life for women and girls, not just here in the United States, but internationally as well.

I am a single mom and I raised a daughter who is now a young adult.

Whether I work out of necessity, fulfillment, or both, I don’t have to explain or defend my financial situation to anyone.

Having young kids doesn’t make me any less qualified for that raise/promotion/assignment.

No matter what type of mom you are—no matter what your circumstances or your background—raising children is guaranteed to challenge you. There will be days you feel a deeper contentment than you ever thought possible, and days you wonder how you’re going to keep your head from exploding.

If any of those are plaguing you today—leaving you feeling weary, ashamed, undervalued, or all three—read through these one-line affirmations and inspirational quotes for working moms and see which ones resonate with you most.

I’m probably the only one who notices that spit-up on my jacket collar, that purple marker on my scrubs, that yogurt in my hair, or those bags under my eyes.

Guilt is something all moms feel, whether they work outside the home or not.

When you’re a single mom sometimes you may feel all alone. You can be anything in this world, just don’t be UNGRATEFUL. Every time you Bless another person, you Bless yourself.