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HOW TO AFFORD TO BE A STAY AT HOME MOM | LIVING OFF ONE INCOME

Wondering HOW TO AFFORD TO BE A STAY AT HOUSE MOTHER? Today I speak about how my family is LIVING OFF ONE EARNINGS, THE BEST WAYS TO SPENDING PLAN YOUR LOAN and what it resembles as a ONE INCOME HOME. There are numerous things we carry out in order to be a ONE EARNINGS HOUSEHOLD. Early in our marital relationship we were inspired by DAVE RAMSEY BUDGETING. Watch this video for 13 practical pointers on ONE EARNINGS LIVING.

HOW TO CONSERVE YOUR HOUSEHOLD CASH:

GROCERIES ON A BUDGET:

HOMEMAKING 101:

LIVING OFF ONE EARNINGS:

OUR LOVE STORY|HOW I MET MY HUBBY:

DAY IN THE LIFE OF A MOM OF TWO:

HOW I PREPARED MY $2,000 WEDDING:

TIGHT SPENDING PLAN MEAL PLANNING FOR NEWBIES:

3 WAYS TO MINIMIZE YOUR ELECTRIC BILL:

DECLUTTERING MY KID'S ROOM:

HOMEMAKING SCHEDULE & CLEANSING ROUTINE:

SMALL BUDGET PLAN ALDI HAUL:

24 thoughts on “HOW TO AFFORD TO BE A STAY AT HOME MOM | LIVING OFF ONE INCOME

  1. I think your first point was key! Having a hard working husband with the same passion for you staying at home is such a blessing. You’ve given me more ideas for things we can do to save. Meal planning has been such a great one for us! x

    1. +The Joyful Homemaker Thank you! And yeah it wouldn’t be possible without him ☺️ I feel very blessed to be with a guy that has the same values as me and such a hardworking loving spirit. Many many people today do not see the value in homemaking.

  2. It is so inspiring to see that a 90’s born woman could actually be interested in living this way! I was raised (born in 83 to Parents who immigrated to the US from the Caribbean) in a two income home, and most of the women in my family have college education and make good money. I only thought that rich folk could have a stay at home mom situation until I became and adult and met ppl outside of my culture who do live this way, but just live very modestly.

  3. Yes we got approved easily for $400,000 but we wanna always stay under $200,000 and that’s what works for us. We also have newer cars but we got them and paying them off, we don’t plan to buy new ones until they bite the dust. We do save money where we can. But we make more and save even more πŸ™‚ love your videos!

  4. I do heaps of these tips already. But I will admit I do get fast food like once a week average. In saying that it’s like $5 lol
    But our “fun” we do things like go up to a look out with a pre-packed meal and eat with a view πŸ™‚
    We haven’t been to a restaurant in AGESSSSSSSSSSS. We still can’t buy a house though πŸ™
    We can’t get approved for anything in the area that would keep everyone happy. We can only afford places that are ages away from family and family aren’t happy about it and have said they won’t come visit us if we move there.
    We meal plan as my partner is paid monthly so I cook all the meals up in one big day and freeze them. Otherwise we run out of food and money lol

  5. Great tips! Here are a few of mine – to save on water I set the machine for one size smaller load than it may look like is needed, and I’ll stop the machine after a few minutes to let everything soak for a while. Once it’s all submerged, it’s usually plenty of water, and it helps loosen stains. We have Amazon prime, and it has more than paid for itself, since we can usually find items we need for our home at lower prices than in stores. We buy paper goods and diapers this way, and it’s often the same or less than if I would’ve planned out a sale plus coupon purchase at a store. I don’t buy pre packaged beverages. I mainly drink water, but my husband likes iced tea, so I’ll buy a big box of inexpensive tea bags and brew a big pitcher with as little sugar as I can get away with before he makes a face lol. I put fruit and herbs from the garden to flavor it too. I also don’t get professional pictures taken. I do my own “photo shoots” of my daughter at home, and it’s so much more fun. I set up backdrops and props and dress her up. I take and edit the pics on my phone and have them printed for very little money. I’ve done themed pictures and holiday ones. We did our Christmas card like this and people went wild over it lol. Hope you find these useful 😊

  6. these are great tips! It makes it so much easier if you and your partner are on the same page as far as budgeting. I could be saving so much more money right now lol

  7. Great tips! Where did you find your cell phone plan for $15? Our cell phone bill was $175 for two phones. Now ours is $90 for 2 but $15 each would be awesome!

  8. I’m inspired by how seriously you take your role as a homemaker. 😊
    It’s really pushed me to take it seriously. Thank you for your videos b

  9. Love how down to earth you are about it all:) I recently decided to stay home with my son (11 months) and I love it, but you video on what to do on a bad day came up very handy the other day:) I was so encouraged thank you:) Maria

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