I am a huge fan of a home cooked meal but not all recipes are created equal. Some are really expensive and some just don’t work for our family. This is a great list of money saving recipes that our family has tried and enjoyed. I will be updating this post as I add new recipes to the site. Make sure to pin this post so you can find it later. I have tried to break these recipes up by what type of recipe they are to simplify things.
Have you ever looked at the budget and broken down? Has there ever been a day when it just doesn’t add up? A week? A longer season? I have been there. It’s so hard when no matter what work you put in, the finances just don’t add up. It can be even harder as a homeschool mom to struggle with money. There are so many opportunities out there for homeschool children if you can afford them. The hardest thing can be telling your child no to something they want to do because you just can’t swing it. It gets even harder when their homeschool friends can do these great things while they can’t. I wanted to share some encouragement and tips for homeschooling when you are broke.
Sometimes the choice to homeschool is directly connected to not working outside of the home. This can seem fine but it can become financially stressful pretty quickly. Whether you are trying to make bills or trying to get extra money to cover curriculum, being on one income can be difficult. Today I am going to share some work from home job ideas that could really work well. Not all of these will fit your situation but if there is one that will help that might be worth the time invested.