You always wanted to stay home with your kids, and now you finally can. There’s just one problem. Everything.
Does any of this sound familiar?
- You feel tired and stressed but at the end of the day you don’t feel like you’ve accomplished anything.
- If you have to plan one more dinner you’ll go insane.
- You spend WAY too much money ordering stuff online and you aren’t exactly sure why.
- Leaving the house by yourself feels like an escape… and you dread going home.
- A little voice inside you keeps whispering that you should probably just go back to work.
You don’t have to live one more day feeling this way.
Because I believe you can build a home life you are proud of, starting right now.
I’m Katie and I want to teach you how to love (really!) your life at home
When my first baby was born, I quit my job.
Could we afford it? Barely. Maybe. Not quite.
By Day Three, I was bored. I filled the time ordering things online for new hobbies I wanted to start, educational toys we surely needed, and a new “mom-like” wardrobe.
By the time the baby started napping regularly, I felt ready to leave the house. To do anything productive? Nope. Just to kill time wandering around the mall with an expensive coffee.
When that first month’s credit card statement arrived, I got the shock of my life: thousands of dollars spend on… nothing. I had to stop the spending or go back to work.
With my boredom habit of shopping cut off, I was forced to do what I should have been doing in the first place: manage my home.
And I want to show you how to replace your bad habits with good ones, so you can be a stay-at-home mom that becomes an asset to your family, not a liability.
What you’ll learn at Frugal Mama Project
- Effective routines for managing your home and your time. (Pssst… even though when you’re exhausted, waking up early and cleaning the house sounds terrible, it’s probably exactly what you need.)
- Ways to cut your expenses at home so you feel like a financial asset to your family. (A stay-at-home parent save money in so many ways~
- How to be happy with simply having less, and why it’s way more complicateed than you think.