Peaceful Pocketbook 101

Markisha&Daughter2

Markisha is a mom of one beautiful daughter who has worked in the finance industry for over a decade. Her workshop will take a hands-on, supermarket sweep style approach to challenging moms to think about how they can peacefully balance their paychecks.  This basic budgeting course will take moms from cash flop to cash flow.

From family finances to meal planning and sewing, the Mastering Motherhood Workshop promises to be your one-stop shop for mastering your home life so that you can enjoy your motherhood journey the way you should.  Sign-up before July 6th to get our early bird discount.  Let our mothering experts make you a #mommyMaster!


Cynthia Mendoza

Hello. Welcome to BrownMamas.com a blog for Black moms looking to thrive while raising kids in this hectic world and the headquarters for Pittsburgh Brown Mamas, a Pittsburgh support group for Black moms. Here I write about raising my three boys, living in and loving Pittsburgh, dating my husband, gardening and all kinds of other stuff. Thanks for visiting. Stay long & come often!

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