Piggy Bank Dreams was originally founded by Laura Harris, as a blog for work at home moms (WAHM) who are searching for a healthy balance between their precious families and work life. Now owned by Rebecca O’brein, Piggy Bank Dreams shares anything and everything relating to money.

Piggy Bank Dreams focuses on family, faith, and finance through the lens of the work at home mom. We now have a few work at home moms sharing their tips to make and save money, their side hustles, how to balance work and family, how to find quality time with your family as a work at home mom and how to not end up overwhelmed and burned out.

To give you an idea on what you will find here, our top 5 posts are:

Why Piggy Bank Dreams?

We all have financial goals and dreams for ourselves and our families. Piggy Bank Dreams is a place to help you plan out your dreams, save money on everyday living and make more money as a work at home mom.

Becoming a mom doesn’t mean you have to stop everything else in your life. We want to show you how you can best use the income you have, how to create more and be there at home to spend time with your children. Finding that balance between work and home life is so important.

We send out a monthly email newsletter and just started a Facebook page where we will share resources to help and encourage you on your work at home journey.

If you’d like to subscribe, please click here. As a thank you, I’ll give you 50 free Piggy Bank Quotes & Verses to encourage you in your daily walk.


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  1. Hey Laura,

    I wanted to drop a line here after finding you guys from the guest post at the Frugal Farmer.
    Awesome story!
    My wife and I are super interested in doing some similar coaching for families when we return back to the states. We love seeing folks freed up to pursue their callings and passions, and hope to advocate the debt free lifestyle too.

    Thanks for sharing. Keep it up!

    • So glad you said hi, Alex! I checked out your site and can tell you’re very passionate about your niche, too! I hope you pursue your route to doing financial coaching, especially if you do it as a couple. That’s more rare! Please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions!