Episode 035: Single Moms Planet with special guest Neferteri Plessy Neferti Plessy is divorced with two boys. She was fortunate to have great support from family and friends during the process. She found that she had to address a few little issues with her sons. For example, Mom does not have to take care of all your needs. Ask your Dad to buy school supplies and take care of some of your needs. Dad can handle getting necessary items for your different sports etc. Neferteri also taught her sons how to really discuss their school day and friendships with her on a daily basis. Neferteri also learned how she could get time for herself –which is so important. During this process she came up with a great idea for a “100 Single Moms Brunch” That was beginning of something bigger. So many woman connected with one another. They all had different needs and backgrounds, but now had a safe place that offered compassion and help.Some babysat for one another, and some even moved in together. It’s time to quit beating yourself up, take classes, make better choices and move on. Neferti is such an an amazing woman. She’s founded Single Mom’s Planet and created Single Mom’s Awards.
Episode 035: Single Moms Planet with special guest Neferteri Plessy Yaassss! Leanne and The Boyfriend announce the opening of the online store. Be sure to check out our retail therapy page! Meet Neferteri Plessy, Founder and CEO of Single Moms Planet. Neferteri is a single mom of two young boys, divorcee, and ready to take on the world! She’s been divorced seven years and was married for five. Divorce is definitely a lot easier now that time has passed and she’s found ways to manage single motherhood. Once the shock of divorce wore off, Neferteri found that she has more support than ever. Although Neferteri is a divorcee, she is strong believer of marriage. She shares tips on setting boundaries without being harsh and gives examples. Being specific with asks, giving dates and times, and making sure people understand the boundary are key to success as a single mom. The more specific we are the better, and men tend to be okay with that. Subtlety doesn’t work. (The Boyfriend agrees!) Women lead with emotion and think men should understand how they feel. Men don’t think that way. (Again, The Boyfriend agrees!) The boundaries extend to your kids. Neferteri gives us examples how kids always seem