Living Comfortably on a Single Income as a Stay-at-Home Mom

Living Comfortably on a Single Income as a Stay-at-Home Mom

Seems absurd right! Yeah, and so does living paycheck to paycheck seem to be so normal.

It doesn’t have to be that way, yet 71% of moms are in the workforce, and half need an additional income of what they already bring home. Women in the workforce and education levels have increased significantly and this shows that highly skilled women fleeing job opportunities and juggling family are becoming more and more obsolete.

Sarah Titus was left with just $5 to her name, the kids, no gas and homeless when her ex-husband just took off. She had to figure it out all on her own. And she did by selling free items from eBay and Craigslist. She was making $700 a month then $1500. Her inside drive led her to – read the story here!

 

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