Emergency Kit for Your Vehicle #MotownMom

Not just being prepared but being safe

Keep these items in your car at all times

Happy Mother’s Day from #MotownMom | A thank you…

You know who you are.

You understand sweating blood and tears.

Making Sacrifices

Never forgetting the little things to make them feel special

Helping even when it hurts

Loving unconditionally

No Sleep

No Eating

Always worrying

To those who have gone through it and still standing strong. I salute you and know that you are appreciated for all your hard work



From #MotownMom, Sylvia Hubbard, MotownMomMusings.com Blogger

Save Money, help your neighborhood – get a membership in Detroit People’s Food Co-op 

Join DPFC in the mission to bring fresh & healthy food options to Detroit. Owned & driven by the community.

The Detroit People’s Food Co-op is an African American led, community-owned grocery cooperative. The co-op’s purpose is to provide improved access to healthy food and food education to Detroit residents. Meeting the needs of the community is achieved through the democratic control of the co-op by its member/owners.

Benefits of Co-op Membership:

  • Being part of an organization dedicated to contributing to the health and self-determination of our community.
  • Having a say in the co-op’s activities and future.
  • Shopping discounts, deals and potential patronage refunds.
  • Opportunities to share knowledge and build community.

How can you get involved In the Detroit People’s Food Co-op?

The first step is to JOIN!  Membership is open to individuals who are residents of Michigan and over 21 years of age.  The price to purchase a share in the co-op is currently $200 per person (one person per share please). The share price can be paid in one lump sum or spread out over ten monthly installment payments.

You can join at any of our in-person presentations or tabling events, by stopping by the DPFC office during office hours – currently Mondays 3-5pm and Wednesdays 12-2pm, or by mailing in an application form with payment. The DPFC office is located inside the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network office at 11000 W. McNichols Road, Suite 103, Detroit, MI 48221. For more information, please call (833) DPFC313 or (833) 373-2313

connect on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/detroitpeoplesfoodcoop

Need Help? Call 2-1-1 (or on a cell phone 800-552-1183) United Way for Southeastern Michigan #motownmoxiemom

Spread the word! 

If you or someone you know is in need of help due to this week’s dangerous cold weather, call our 2-1-1 helpline. Lines are open 24/7 to connect you with emergency shelters, utility assistance and other services.

Callers in Detroit can also get connected to free Lyft rides to shelters this week, up to $25/ride.

Call 2-1-1 or visit UnitedWaySEM.org/211 for more information.

Family Matters provides parents and families with information about special education and other resources. from Michigan.gov #motownmom


Family Matters, a special outreach program through the Michigan Department of Education, provides parents and families with information about special education laws, rules, services, and practices. Easy-to-understand documents are provided in English, Arabic, and Spanish that detail items such as Accommodations, Educational Evaluation, and Placement.

Plan Pray Parent Notebook – free download w/bonus #motownmom

The Plan Pray Parent Notebook was created to help you find Your way to success and happiness with your children, in your home, with your business and most importantly in yourself. 


How to Love a Black Woman guide to rants, raves and self love 

What you will find inside:

The 3 principals in detail of Plan Pray Parent, plus ways to take note and make reminders to help you on your journey to success and happiness


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Support Habitat for Humanity Detroit (@habitatdetroit) by shopping at #Krogers | #motownmom

Construction Volunteer Opportunities – Habitat for Humanity Detroit

We wanted to make sure that you know that you can support HFHD through your regular shopping habits! As we move into the New Year, please make sure you are registered to support Habitat for Humanity Detroit through Kroger so we can get the rewards. This is a very easy way to passively increase our revenue to support our programs. Please also share with your family and friends.

Kroger - Kroger Community Rewards


You can support Habitat for Humanity Detroit just by shopping at Kroger when you enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards® program. Sign up and Kroger will make a donation to Habitat Detroit every time you shop and use your Kroger Plus Card. Please follow the steps below to register your Kroger Plus Card:

  • To enroll your card go to KrogerCommunityRewards.com.
  • Click “create an account”. 
  • Put in your email address and password. Confirm your password.
  • Enter Kroger Plus Card number OR alt ID number.
  • Go to Community Rewards (near bottom).
  • Follow through the steps (name, address, etc.).
  • Put in Habitat for Humanity Detroit or the group number (82334).
  • Choose the correct organization.
  • Click Enroll. 

Habitat for Humanity Detroit Office: 313-521-6691 Cell: 248-914-3930 

The Beauty Box you can afford. Less than $7 /4 times a year | Of Course from @Walmart ‏#motownmom #selfcare

Yes, I was skeptical when I saw this, but I was like hey, I’ll take one for the team and see what this is all about. I actually am impressed with just less than seven dollars and the pretty bag.

Not as decorative as Ipsy and it has the Walmart decor on the other side, but really pretty to use as junk pocket for a purse.


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Spring starting March Fall starting September

It’s really how it says. For less than seven dollars for four boxes and you get asked about ten questions about your beauty style prior to paying for anything. That was cool and they sent me what suits me, although my daughter stole my unicorn glow mask. She loved it.

I think you will too.

How does it work? click here


National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day occurs annually on the third Friday in April. The day aims to raise awareness and effectively rid homes of unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter medications sitting in medicine cabinets, nightstands, or kitchen cabinets that have the potential… Read more…

Donate to #Detroit Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance today! #motownmom, Proud alumni of #codycomet #thankfulthursday

As a former Cody Comet this is near and dear to my heart and I need you guys to help and support my high school sister, Kenyetta M Peoples who is really awesome.