Saving money can often feel like a sacrifice, but in this article, Shari shares a whole variety of ways to painlessly save money!
Shari quit her job in 2010 to stay home with her first son. Since then, she has been able to make money in a variety of ways while remaining a stay at home mom. Here are some of her ideas!
Find out Lindsey’s 9 secrets that allow her family of four to afford organic, and high quality products, on a tight budget
Find out Lindsey’s 7 tips for avoiding food waste AND saving more money!
Read Amy’s article about setting a good example, and teaching your children, to have a healthy understanding and appreciation for money
Read Fern’s article to find out what questions you should be asking yourself before paying for your kid’s extra activities
It is so important that we help to teach our children the value of money, & this free printable can help you do just that! Go here to view full-size, save, & print 🙂
Read Fern’s article to learn some valuable insight into the way we respond to our children, and how we should appropriately meet their needs
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Featured Contributor: Lindsey Cover
Lindsey Cover is a work-at-home wife and mom of two young boys, Jadon and Owen. She blogs about affordable healthy living, money-saving methods, simple recipes, and more at SimpleSaverWife.com
Featured Contributor: Amy Collins, M.S Ed.
Amy Collins, founder of Create Clarity, offers workshops to help women clarify who they are, re-awaken their intuition and make a transformational shift to live a more vibrant life. Learning practical tools to become more mindful is empowering. Once learned, these tools last forever. Amy is a Mindful Living Instructor and a certified Creative Insight Journey Instructor.
Featured Contributor: Fern Weis
Fern Weis is a Parent Coach and Family Recovery Coach. She helps parents of tweens, teens, and young adults who are going through difficult situations – from homework battles to addiction recovery – and all points in between. Fern works with parents to nurture the parent-child relationship, improve communication, and set firm and loving boundaries. Parents learn to confidently prepare their children to reach their potential and be successful through life’s challenges. Fern is regularly interviewed on Change Your Attitude…Change Your Life (WOR710 NYC), and is a contributor to Huffington Post and Ridgewood Moms.