Successful single moms are in constant motion. Always doing, solving, thinking, creating, juggling, producing, and responding to the never-ending demands of motherhood. In an era in which women are bearing most of the parenting load, maintaining a balance between family and work life is an ever-increasing challenge. However, for most women mediocrity and failure are not an option. According to Custodial Mothers and Fathers and Their Child Support: 2007 issued by the census bureau in November, 2009, there were approximately 13.7 million single parents in the U.S.; single mothers comprising close to 84% of that figure. Raising a child on your own is not easy, but it can be done successfully. Here is some advice from single mothers who are talking the talk, and walking the walk, into successful motherhood.