Happy Friday, everyone! And welcome to another edition of “Interview with a Mom”. If you are new here, I’d love to be a stay-at-home mom, but our debt is so high that we cannot afford it. I’ve done tons of Google searches, trying to figure out how other moms made it work out for them and those searches are not very fruitful. You’ll find lots of silly advice like “just cut out work lunches”. Um, ok.
I contacted a talented friend from Texas, asking for some professional help on this here ole blog. Of course, that meant outing myself to her (eek) and she was very gracious about it. She said she would keep my secret but she was interested in reading my blog because she felt like she was drowning in debt and needed a reminder to give it to God.
Been under a rock? New here? I’m on a quest to figure out how to pay off our student loan debt so that I can spend more time with my two young girls. I’ve found that the internet doesn’t offer a lot of specific guidance on how moms came to afford to stay home, and even less specific guidance on how to become a work at home mom – so I started my own interview series. I’m going straight to the source and asking moms (and dads) who’ve made the leap.
I’m suicidal about my student loans
Hey guys! In case you are new here, every Friday (for as long as there is interest), I will be running an interview series, where I check in with moms (and dads) who left the traditional workforce and became stay-at-home or work-at-home parents. Since my ultimate goal is to become a stay at home mom, I’m hoping to glean more information about the things that scared them, what didn’t work out, and what things have gone super well.
The Financially Submissive Wife
In the Good Ole Days
But What About Now
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