Another Mama with a large group and she definitely knows what she is doing. I have also been shopping at Aldi a lot lately and am loving that their store brand is completely artificial color & flavor free now, also they have many, many gluten free options at a way lower price than any of the other stores around. And avacados for 50 CENTS!! what’s not to love?
(Originally posted in 2014)
Being the stay-at-home mother of eleven children, I always face the inevitable question- How can you afford to live on one income? It’s not something I actively think about often because it’s been a way of life for such a long time now. Lately, though, I’ve been getting many inquiries about not only raising children on a tight budget but homeschooling them, too. Since I am a staunch homeschool advocate, I really want to encourage women that it can be done! Today, I’m writing the first of a two-part series about living and homeschooling with limited funds. My hope is to help some of you who want so badly to homeschool but aren’t sure whether or not you can afford it.
Part 1- Living Frugally
The most obvious place to start would be how to live within your means. I think the most important thing…
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