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Recently I read a that argued that one way to solve the unemployment problem is for more families to revert back to one income households and depend more on the household economy.  It is a long article so I will break down his main points for the impatient, but I highly recommend reading the whole thing because it is very eloquent.

best prices on levitra- In many cases one partner’s income is completely eaten up by childcare expenses, work related expenses, and taxes.  Even when that is true many people still go to work day to day just to be away from their children.  Personally our family is not currently in this situation, but if we had one more child and had to pay childcare for both children then we would have more disposable income if one of us stayed home due to the tax benefits we would receive and the childcare and other money we would save.
best prices on levitra- Greer says that only in the “only in the last half dozen decades that the home has become nothing more than a center of consumption; before then, it was a place where real wealth was produced.”  That “real wealth” is not money, but the fact that households produced actual goods from raw materials.  This still happens in many households, but it is no longer the norm.  The norm now is to have jobs and buy the biggest and brightest thing you can so that you look better than your neighbors.
best prices on levitra- Greer makes a point that economists dismiss the value of the hosuehold economy because it lacks economies of scale, but when you work for an employer a lot of the value in your labor is consumed by your employer.  On the other hand, work in the home is consumed directly by the family and improves the family’s standard of living directly.

best prices on levitra – Greer briefly talked about how many feminists believed that working for one’s family is a form of slavery while working for an employer isn’t.  Basically, feminism shattered the household economy without equalizing the relationship between gender and work.  Although I am a working woman, I must agree with Greer here.  If women believe that working at home is slavery, then there is no reason for them to think that working for an employer isn’t slavery.  If the feminist movement sought for equality between the genders then the value of household work should be promoted so that more men can take on that role without shame and ridicule.  I really think feminism actually did a disservice to women because now many women work more than before, and aren’t necessarily any happier.
best prices on levitrabest prices on levitra- Greer says that most families will not downshift even if it makes sense financially  because they are mesmerized by that paycheck and they do not think of the “whole cost of systems”. It is counterintuitive that one paycheck is better than two in many cases, and many people just feel that going to work is the normal thing to do and I think many families believe that they absolutely need two incomes to survive.  The fact is, many families have two incomes to keep up with the Joneses and drive up the costs of things that they consume.  One of my friends recently said that he is not looking to buy a home because he realized there is no possible way he could compete with married couples with two incomes.  The funny thing is that  you can rent a place at half the price of a typical mortgage payment here, so the dual income married couples that are driving housing prices into the stratosphere are simply working more for the same or a slightly lower standard of living when compared to a single income family with a stay at home partner that rents a similar home.

I think that many of my friends and I have been taught that being a stay at home mom or dad is in some way demeaning, and that working for money is the only way that you can prove your worth.  The fact is that the household economy has more value than we were led to believe.  I think right now the only reason the both of us are still working is that we want to retire early.  The sooner we can opt out of working for others the sooner we can pursue more meaningful work in our own household.

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I haven’t blogged much lately since I have been preoccupied with work, the baby, and taxes.  The good news is that the taxes are pretty much done, and this is the first time we are getting a refund since we have been married.  We are getting a refund because both of us took off at least six weeks  last year for the birth of our baby, and since those weeks were not paid by our employer our taxable income is lower than usual.

Today the baby is actually officially six months old, and he is still getting cuter in our opinion.  I am still breastfeeding and it is really the most effortless way to lose weight.  I have lost about 50 pounds since my peak weight during pregnancy, and now I am about 10 pounds lighter than my weight on my wedding day.  Breastfeeding is also saving me a ton of money on formula and I really love it.  I will try to continue feeding the baby breastmilk until he is one, but lately he has been increasing his appetite quite a bit.

I am starting to feed the baby some pureed fruits once a day, and he is eating from the spoon pretty well.  I am making my own baby food after I read the wonderful website It does take more effort, but the cost per serving is quite a bit less than the store bought baby foods.   I am not doing it just because I am cheap but I am just a bit wary of the jarred babyfood on store shelves.  Some of them have preservatives and some of them have added sugar and I’m not sure if that’s the best thing for a little baby.  I think making my own baby food is also positively impacting how we eat since I am shopping for fresh produce more often now.  I definitely would like to cook more for myself and the hubby, too, but it is hard to find the time.

As to our finances now, we are still saving around 40% of  our gross income even with the kid.   The biggest new expense is just childcare.  My husband has deemed my a success since the baby consistently does his business on the potty now.  This allowed us to save a lot of diapers and also a little bit of money.  When I think about it, if there are no childcare costs, then a baby is really not that expensive if you feed him or her breastmilk.  I guess what I am trying to say is that there are “cheap” ways to raise a kid if you put in the time and effort, and that is not necessary a bad thing.

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