We all want to give our family, our children and our loved ones a Christmas to remember and make it special. Christmas is truly a magical time of the year with many exciting things to experience. Even if your money is tight, you can enjoy and amazing Christmas on a budget.
This isn’t going to be pretty.
You’re likely reading this because your budget's a mess (if you even have one).
Maybe you’re to the point of pulling your hair out. Nothing’s been working.
The good news is, there’s a way to fix it.
Even if you’re in a money mess, we’re going to work it out. I’ll pinpoint key areas where most people struggle and work through practical solutions with you. I'll help you budget your money by showing you how to change some of your habits. When you change your habits your money will follow your lead.
It’s time for me to take off the nice-guy gloves and slap down a little tough love.
Loss of income, increase in expenses and a whole lot of stress.
That’s the grim look of being a stay-at-home mom.
Even so, staying home with my kids was always a goal for me and my husband. For us, the benefits far outweigh the costs.
Making it work was a big challenge though. I was expecting my first baby and we needed to get some things in order before her birth.
We were working against a hard deadline!
Here are some things we did (and you can do) to make it possible to stay home: