I've checked my phone about one million times this past week. We closed on our cabin on Friday afternoon. There was one form left to be signed by the buyer (who wasn't there, since the sale was a 1031 exchange), so our funds would likely be delivered the next week. On Monday morning I started … Continue reading We Paid Off the House!
Good morning ladies, and a happy Sabbath to you! It looks like today will be absolutely lovely in our neck of the woods. How good the Father has been to us! I felt led to share a bit of an update with y'all regarding our cabin. It has been an interesting journey in which God … Continue reading We are Selling Our Cabin
So, you want to get out of debt and give your family a brighter future. Congratulations! That's fantastic! Realizing that changes need to be made in your financial picture is the first step towards freedom. Unfortunately, now is also the time that many people think, "I'd love to do that, but there is just no … Continue reading Creating an Emergency Fund for Your Family
Simple living. Back in 2012, this concept wasn't even on my radar. Now, this is the type of lifestyle I want most of all. I'd love to take some time to share our story with you. I like to hear about the journeys other families have embarked on, and so I thought y'all might care … Continue reading Our Journey towards a Simpler Life || Part 1
Debt. It is such an ugly word which has a hold on so many of our lives. I know it did mine! For so many years my husband and I were slave to the lender, and we aren't out of the woods yet. By the grace of God we are close, with only a little … Continue reading How Debt Hinders a Stay-at-Home Mom
A couple of days ago, I wrote an article about how we can afford to be stay at home moms. In this post, I mentioned that our family has paid off over $260,000 worth of debt within the last three years and have received just a tad of push back. Because of this large amount … Continue reading Sacrifice During Our Debt Free Journey and Ideas to Help Moms Stay at Home with Their Children
We live in a two income culture where it is sometimes plain hard to keep our heads above water. And yet, our families need us to be at home. The security a stay-at-home mom brings to her family is priceless. So what's a mom to do? Can our families survive on a single income in … Continue reading We Can Afford to be Stay At Home Moms
My family has been riding the highs and lows of our debt free journey for some time now. Today we reached another milestone. We now owe $29,945 on our mortgage. Glory to God! We have scrimped and saved, looking for each and every penny we could throw at our consumer and vehicle debt, then my … Continue reading Gratitude During Our Debt Free Journey