Making money as a stay at home mom (or pregnant & unemployed) can be a really rewarding way to contribute to your family’s income. Here are some good ways to contribute while still being able to keep your focus on your family. Maybe you’re writhing in the montony of staying home with small kids, and […]
What to do when your audiobook habit is too expensive? Here are some Audible alternatives. Some of these are free, some offer unlimited audiobooks and most are cheaper. Thank goodness. I love a good audiobook. I mainly love them when I’m in the car, but I must admit the mindless tasks that consume a mom’s day […]
Hiring a maid is a big step — and one I’ve certainly considered — but this post is going to tell you why NOT to have a maid. I’m guessing your life is busy. Mine is too. Between kids, school, work. My house sometimes falls to the bottom of the pile. And with kids — […]
How many clothes should a child have? The answer depends on a lot of factors. In my recent reader survey someone asked — how many clothes does your child have? How much do they need? I think it depends on a few factors:
This post will show you the very best in Disneyland family packages, plus how to find YOUR perfect hotel (since the tickets all get you to the same place anyway). That walk down main street gets me teary every time. I looked forward to Disneyland SO much as a child. It was my favorite place. […]
These Pregnancy Freebies are for all new moms! These freebies for new moms will have you seeing smiles. While some come by mail and do require shipping a lot are SO cute — I think you’ll love them!
Abundance mentality makes you feel like nothing is holding you back. How do you balance that vs the principles of sound budgeting? Abundance mentality budgeting is a way of sound accounting combined with being able to receive all the abundance that is offered to you! It’s a difficult balance. I have written some very hard-line […]
Long term food storage is something that can actually save you in an emergency — but what’s the best way to build it? I have thought of regular food storage and long term food storage as separate entities. I have my “regular” food and then I have my “when the bomb drops” food. And lately, […]
**Do not miss the giveaway at the bottom of this post!** Since the fourth grade, I’ve been wearing glasses. I’m almost blind without them and a visit to the eye doctor is important for me each year. I find that without insurance I am less likely to go get an eye exam because of the […]
Christian Health Share plans are taking center stage now that traditional health insurance is becoming out of reach for many families. One day I got my new insurance premium. It had officially surpassed my mortgage payment. That is what made me consider a christian medishare.