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100 Money Saving Tips for the Homeschool Mom From the Proverbs 31 Woman

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100 Money Saving Tips for the Homeschool Mom from Proverbs 31 Woman; sharipopejoy.comIf anyone needs money saving tips, it is the homeschool mom, who voluntarily gives up income to invest in her children, and who (in addition to paying taxes) bears the expense of educating her own children.

In addition to other valuable wisdom, the Proverbs 31 Woman left us an outline to categorize ways to save money in fifteen areas under four major categories:

  • Material Necessities like food, clothing, and housing
  • Educational Expenses like curriculum and educational supplies and extracurricular activities
  • Relationship enhancements like marriage,  personal care, physical health, medical, and community service
  • Looking to the Future with tips for extra income, character development, and investments

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About the Author

Shari
Shari Popejoy, wife of twenty-eight years, mother of three, founder of a local co-op for hundreds of homeschool children, author of seven books, and creator of Won Without Words (a blog of encouragement for wives) lives in the quiet country of the Ozarks where she enjoys writing surrounded by nature (and her children, of course). She is currently completing Volume V of the Livingstone Library, an adventure series for 'smart' kids, which features characters with character, and underlying allegorical spiritual truths. She enjoys high places and the road less traveled, and moments when all is well, and peace permeates like a fragrance. . .oh, and chocolate, fresh fruit and veggies, and early morning sunrises. Read her blog at WonWithoutWords.com.




 
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