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  • Michelle Fredette says:

    Hi Crystal,

    I’m so excited about the possibility of you answering my video! What a great idea! That being said, I’d love to get your thoughts on a situation I’ve put myself into. I’ve been a SAHM for over 8years. My youngest just went to school this past September. I have 3 kids ages 5,9 & 11. I panicked when my youngest was gone, I didn’t know what to do with all this new found free time! Imagine that!? and so my husband and I decided I should work part time at the church that we attend. I’m a new christian mom (it’s been over a year) and so as you can imagine, I’ve had lots to learn about the order of my priorities and how to be good stewards of our money.
    We have $40 000 worth of debt! I am so embarrassed! I’ve been struggling since September with my new routines and tasks, add to that 20 hours of work. I’ve had to take so many “kid” sick days, my tween daughter also developed a bit of a health issue requiring a lot of appointments and such, not to mention a whole lot of attitude and boldness, which is all so unfamiliar to me. My husband and I argue more then ever about money and my work load and now were thinking I should quit. I’ve heard that I should make all the necessary sacrifices to pay off debt, and also that I should just trust God to provide.
    I’m so confused! I’ve been so lost since the big changes in September. I thought it would have worked itself out by now but it hasn’t. It’s worse! What would you do?
    Thanks for all that you do and offer. You are an inspiration to me!
    Michelle

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