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eBook The Smart Mom's Guide to Staying Home: 65 Simple Ways to Thrive, Not Deprive, on One Income ePub

by Christine Walker

  • ISBN: 1412007607
  • Category: Personal Finance
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Christine Walker
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing (June 4, 2004)
  • Pages: 102
  • ePub book: 1470 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1770 kb
  • Other: lit docx doc rtf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 890

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Christine Walker spent over a decade working in politics and sales before making the jump to stay-at-home mom. Having made this challenging transition herself, she was inspired to help other parents who wanted to spend more time with their children. Christine lives in suburban Chicago with her husband and three young children, still amazed that she was able to find time to write this book.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read With real-world, every day approaches to spending decisions, The Smart Mom's Guide to Staying Home provides 65 easy and simple ways to keep more of your family's money.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. With real-world, every day approaches to spending decisions, The Smart Mom's Guide to Staying Home provides 65 easy and simple ways to keep more of your family's money and make the money you have go further. From grocery shopping and eating out to fashion and feedback, The Smart Mom's Guide to Staying Home is a terrific resource for planning and achieving financial harmony, greater life balance and personal fulfillment.

But, it's really great to give as a gift to a young bride or an expectant mom.

book by Christine Walker. But, it's really great to give as a gift to a young bride or an expectant mom. Yes, some of the things the author discusses should be common sense, but let's face it, not everyone has common sense and many of us forget to use it sometimes! Ms. Walker gave me some great ideas and got me to re-think some of the things our family does.

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How to conquer the fears that prevent parents from shifting from work to the home. You can switch from two incomes to one without sacrificing your standard of living.

Comments

Thetalen Thetalen
I like this book for it's practicality, simplicity and the fact that the author, whether intentional or not, made this an easy read that doesn't consume more of your time than necessary. Some of these suggestions are fairly common sense, others are eye-opening suggestions that could certainly make for practical use. Her writing style is not superior or overly-authoritative but more personal and conversational. Like reading a letter from a good friend who's "been there".
Sennnel Sennnel
This slim book is filled with common-sense ideas on how to save money such as cut coupons, buy in bulk, eBay, rummage sales, etc. If you normally live a moderately frugal lifestyle, you won't find any new insights here. In fact, I can add a new one: #66: Don't waste $15.95 on this book.
Uranneavo Uranneavo
The title of my review is the author's motto throughout the book. The book is short BUT full of helpful hints and information. Walker obviously knows what she is talking about, and knows what works and what doesn't when it comes to cutting back on spending. She is realistic, sometimes funny, and always to the point. By the way, despite the title, the book is in fact for anybody who would like to learn how to downsize without being a miser and still enjoying shopping!!! The Mystery Shopping suggestion is WONDERFUL. My husband has landed a LOT of assignments!
Ielonere Ielonere
If you're looking for some good insights for yourself, this is a great, easy-to-read book. But, it's really great to give as a gift to a young bride or an expectant mom. Yes, some of the things the author discusses should be common sense, but let's face it, not everyone has common sense and many of us forget to use it sometimes! Ms. Walker gave me some great ideas and got me to re-think some of the things our family does. I am the envy of my whole family because of the deals I get on children's clothing, and until I read this book, I really wouldn't have seriously thought about rummage sales and consignment shops. Now, you can't pull me out of them. If you're looking for a quick, down-to-earth start on getting a handle on your budget, this is a helpful and fun book to start with. Thanks!
Ximathewi Ximathewi
I am a mom of two little girls, and, like all other mothers, am always looking for ways to save money - but with precious little time to hunt for bargains. I thought that Christine Walker's book gave some easy, creative ways to cut costs on everyday items. As the author suggested, I have gone to my local grocery store and introduced myself to the store manager. He said he is happy to help point out bargains, and told me that he wished more people would take the time to seek him out!

Also, I went to a dollar store - never had been to one before - and it was a blast. There really are everyday items to be purchased for $1 - hairspray, shampoo, candles, etc.

This book is a quick read and a lot of fun. I highly recommend it.
Moronydit Moronydit
I was a little surprised that the book was so thin but there wasn't alot of empty space. The author fills the book with great tips. Some you'll know, some you won't, but it's worth it.