When Angela of The Laundry Moms asked me to write an encouraging guest post for moms, I knew just what I would write about. If you’re sick of stressing out over your finances, I hope that this post will be both an encouragement to you as well as a practical first action step to stop the cycle.
“There was a day in October 2011 that I will never forget. It was the day that my first baby turned two months old, and it was also the day I was due to return to work. He was a fussy baby who rarely slept and never wanted to be put down, and I knew my heart would be broken if I had to leave him. At the same time, I had no idea how we would afford for me to be a stay at home mom. Nonetheless, I sent in my letter of resignation…”