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Living on One Income // Introduction


I wrote a post in June about living on one income.
I thought I would expand upon that a little here in the month of July.
Except for the income I get blogging and items I receive through blogging,
we truly live on my husband's income alone- and life is expensive, folks.

I stay at home with the kids and homeschool my two oldest.
Our "one income" lifestyle appears to be hanging around for quite some time
and I am so grateful to get to stay with my kids.
We look forward to our sweet time together and most days 
someone is peeking out the window waiting for daddy to arrive home.
I love that I get to watch them be giddy about little things like daddy coming down the drive.

There are sacrifices that are made when one lives on a sole income with several kids.
The point of this series is to encourage families that going without and finding alternatives is a great way to make "small living" work for your family.
I love staying at home much more than I love the newest fashion, or home decor.

I hope you enjoy this series and it inspires and brings hope to your home.

-Posts in this Series-
Goals & Priorities
Family Fun
Eliminating Desires
Limit Drive Time & Grocery Shopping
Guest Post by Aliesha @ Feathers in Our Nest
Azure & Aldi

3 comments:

  1. Can't wait to read. We too live off my husbands income and make it work well... but I love reading about what others are doing and learnign from their experiences! :)

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  2. I'm excited to read this series. I am going on maternity leave in a couple days and although it is just a temporary living on one income it is still something I am scared of and have thought about for months. I'm hoping to get some good tips and tricks from an experienced momma! :)

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  3. What a great series! I recently started working from home (freelance) but have always had a steady paycheck. So this will be very helpful!!

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