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Home and Family Management for Stay-at-Home Moms


As the family CEO, you're the one who keeps the household running smoothly. Now you have a helping hand to get you through the day-to-day chores and challenges that affect every stay-at-home mom.
  1. Finances
  2. In the Kitchen
  3. Time Management and Routines
  1. Cleaning and Organization
  2. Maintenance
  3. Health and Safety


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Raising a family on one income can leave you wondering how you'll cover your monthly expenses, let alone save for the future. The good news is, you don't need an economics degree to stretch your dollar. These resources help you cut costs, save money and meet your household's long-term needs without your family even noticing you're pinching pennies.

In the Kitchen

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Feed your family nutritious meals. Get your picky eaters to gobble down their food. Slash your expensive grocery costs. You've got the right ingredients to make your life in the kitchen easier.

Time Management and Routines

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Every second counts for stay-at-home moms because you're never off the clock. Make the most of every minute with time management strategies and daily routines that put you in control of your family's schedule.

Cleaning and Organization

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Just when you think the house is clean and everything's organized, you blink and find spilled milk on the floor, the cat's been shaved and the kids have cut your monthly bills into confetti. Stay ahead of those constant kid messes to keep your house from descending into chaos.


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You wear many hats in your house. Sometimes one of them is a hard hat. These resources help you decide when to grab your tool belt to do it yourself or the phone to call in a pro.

Health and Safety

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No matter how careful you are with your family, kids will always get sick or hurt. They will count on you to know what to do. These tips prepare you for a range of health and safety issues, from minor mishaps to major emergencies.

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