Erin Odom – You Can Stay Home with Your Kids!


Investing your life in your family brings you joy, and doing it on a single income doesn’t need to stress you out! InYou Can Stay Home with Your Kids!, Erin Odom ofThe Humbled Homemakerblog shares her best money-saving tips so you can live frugally and thrive as a stay-at-home or work-from-home mom.

From the moment you discovered you were going to be a mom, you envisioned spending each day with your kids, guiding, teaching, and loving them. But diapers, wipes, shoes, and braces are expensive! Though it may feel impossible to manage on one income, Erin Odom is here to tell you that, through God’s grace, staying at home with your kids isn’t just doable; it’s doable while living the good life. Your kids are young only once – you don’t have to miss out just because money is tight. Erin shares 100 tips, tricks, and simple ways that she has provided the good life on a budget for her family – and you can do the same!

You Can Stay Home with Your Kids!explores topics like:

Making and sticking to a budget

Side income ideas

Inexpensive ways to do birthday parties

Educational and enrichment activities for little ones that won’t break the bank

Date ideas and other ways to connect with your spouse without spending a lot

Planning for holidays

And much more!

Experience the freedom, flexibility, and joy that come with being a hands-on mom and spending every day guiding, enjoying, and nurturing your kids while still providing a lifestyle you can be proud of.

Author: Erin Odom
Narrator: Emma Lysy
Duration: 3 hours 9 minutes
Released: 18 Aug 2010
Publisher: christianaudio.com
Language: English

User Review:

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I didn’t finish this book because most of the information was so rehashed by multiple frugal living authors over the years that it was boring. This book tells you can make a price notebook, shop sales, and have birthdays at the park.

This will only be a life-changer for you if you have been living above your means or you’re not sure how to save money at all.

There were not very many suggestions I heard that were new to me. I also kind of got upset that she mentions shopping at Aldi and using Zaycon fresh. Zaycon fresh went bankrupt and not everyone has an Aldi. again, it goes back to just rehashed ideas.