Work From Home
A Challenge for Young Ladies
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Here is a challenge I have given;my;three;girls.;I;wish an older woman had shared this challenge with me before I married.
1. Learn to manage a house.
but it takes planning and work to cre-ate;a;great;family;life.;Being;married
and having a few good children are
ever-changing, fulfilling experiences,
yet doing housework can be frustrating and even boring. So let’s put it into
to live in order, moving to another home
much;easier.;Plus,;an;orderly;environ-ment adds an element of peace.
Learning to budget well will contrib-ute;to;your;family’s;financial;stability.
could waste thousands of dollars every year and frustrate your husband.
was left with four children still at home,
the;skills;you;will;acquire;from;manag-ing a house will prove beneficial for
starting a business.
2. Learn to train children.
Watch others. If you have had good
mentors, be thankful. If you haven’t,
can trust. You also might want to prac-tice;by;training;your;dog;or;a;goat;or;a
cow; that’s what we do.
3. Understand investing.
While;you’re;still;at;home,;focus;on;dis-covering and developing the interests
God has placed in your heart. Learn
then include investment education in
Proverbs 31 says, “She considereth a
field, and buyeth it: with the fruit of her
hands she planteth a vineyard.” Her priorities were in order, and investing was
just one aspect of managing her home.
The most important concept is summa-
rized;in;verse;27a:;“She looketh well to
the ways of her household.”
4. Build a stream of passive
Consider starting a business that builds
agement skills to building a team and
creating efficient, effective, and lucrative
actuarial insurance tables prove that
According to the Centers for Disease
death, illness, unemployment, or di-vorce;(which;no;one;ever;expects),;your