How to Have Your Children Take Music Lessons for Free

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This post is from contributor, Jenn Hoskins. (This post contains affiliate links.) Recently, one of my children expressed interest in learning to play drums. Another has been begging to play the violin. I realized two things pretty quickly. One, I don’t have any musical talent to help them. Two, and most important, I cannot afford […]

How to Make Homemade Liquid Laundry Soap Video Tutorial

 How to Make Homemade Liquid Laundry Soap Video Tutorial I still receive questions about How to Make Homemade Liquid Laundry Soap so I thought I’d share a quick video tutorial to help answer those questions. You’ll enjoy this video and get a good laugh since I’m “barefoot and pregnant” in my kitchen. You can also read […]

Living on ONE Small Income as Homeschooling Families

This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. Last week I shared about one of the first books I read on my super-frugal journey. The book? America’s Cheapest Family Gets You Right on the Money! I’ve received some Facebook messages and emails asking for more information on […]

America’s Cheapest Family Gets You Right on the Money!

This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. I’ve mentioned before that I worked full-time as a Nurse the first three years that we homeschooled. This was possible in my world because I worked the 7pm-7am Baylor Shift every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night. Eventually  the […]

Eating Out and Staying on Budget

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This post is from contributor, Stacey Lane. Often, keeping up with our busy school, activity schedules, and doctors appointments, I find myself with hungry children. My children will ask about the day’s activities, and after I mumble the schedule, they follow up with, “What’s for dinner?” I have never skipped feeding them, maybe been a […]