Erin OdomZondervan / 2018 / HardcoverOur Price$1.995 out of 5 stars for You Can Stay Home with Your Kids!: 100 Tips, Tricks, and Ways to Make It Work on a Budget. View reviews of this product. 24 Reviews
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DeannaOklahomaAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Great Tips to Save MoneyApril 12, 2018DeannaOklahomaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book is excellent for anyone who is new to saving money and having to live frugally. You will glean so many ideas and so much inspiration (even if you aren't a stay at home mom). Many of these ways are how we've been able to live on a tight budget over the years and be able to save and pay off our house. Love that there is also a chapter on increasing your income. I received a digital copy of this book to review. All opinions are my own.
Patti P.5 Stars Out Of 5The Book I Wish Had Been Around When My Children Were YoungApril 11, 2018Patti P.Quality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I was thrilled to be invited to be on the launch team for this book. I received an advance copy for my fair and honest review. Erin Odom's book gives wonderful advice and tips on how you can stay home with your kids. From ideas to save money to making money, this book covers it all, the conversational nature of the book makes it one worth reading. The practical advice and tone make you feel as though you are sitting around a table with Erin listening to her wonderful advice. It is the perfect follow-up to her book "More Than Just Making It". This book is definitely worth reading.
Traci5 Stars Out Of 5Great book for anyone wanting to improve their finances.April 11, 2018TraciQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 0Are you a working mom who dreams of staying home with your children? Or maybe you are a stay at home mom and are struggling financially. Or you may still be planning your family and want to do whatever you can to be able to stay home with your little one when he/she arrives. If you are any of the above, or just someone looking to improve their finances, this book is for you! Filled with budgeting, grocery buying and DIY tips and a list of jobs you can do from home, you are bound to find something in here to help you!
Katy DeDeyneAge: 25-34Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5The Book I Wish I Had When I Started Staying Home With My KidsApril 10, 2018Katy DeDeyneAge: 25-34Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was really excited to be on the launch team for this book - I received an advance copy. I really enjoyed Erin's first book (More Than Just Making It), and she brings the same spirit of encouragement and inspiration to this book.
If you're looking to stay home with your kids, but you're not sure if it fits in the budget or how to make it work, Erin has 100 tips and tricks with actual specific steps you can take. Some are little, like making your own cleaners. Some are big, like features to look for in a house, or how to shop for health insurance. But whether you've been a stay-at-home mom for years, or you're just starting out, something in this book will be helpful for you.
NKT5 Stars Out Of 5I wish I had this book years ago!April 10, 2018NKTQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0How I wish I had a copy of this book when my three were little, back when I seriously wondered how we could ever pay for three kids to go to preschool. (That's six years of preschool tuition!) Author Erin Odom is never bossy. She isn't saying that staying home with your kids is the only way. However, if you are a mom who would love to stay home but don't know if it is a real possibility, give this book a shot. Erin will gently encourage you to look at your home and expenses in a slightly different and creative way that could very well make all the difference in the world and allow you to stay home with your kids. I loved the practical moneysaving tips found within the pages of this book, from tips on how to inexpensively cook healthy meals, to planning a vacation that won't break the bank, to tips on purchasing a home and just about everything in between. I highly recommend this book for any mom who wonders if staying home with her kids could actually happen. But really, I can't think of a family that wouldn't benefit from Erin's wisdom wether or not the mom is able to stay home or works outside of the home. It's all good.
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