Add in some special time to bond with your special other. Have a fun date night together each week, even if the 'date' is just a movie and easy to clean up meal. Take small moments together to realize how much you love and care for each other and to capture this moment, together. While you will be going through the actual labor, your partner will be feeling stress and anxiety as well and instead of suffering alone take this time to grow stronger and become closer. Talk with one another about how you feel as the birth gets closer. What are your concerns and what makes you most excited?
Be loving and gentle with each other and have fun together preparing for such a big event. Do not forget to show affection, give kisses and hugs to your spouse, they will reward this with understating and you will feel less stressed through getting enough touch and attention.
You do not need to spend money to reduce your stress. Keep in mind stress reduction is in huge part the act of learning how to handle stress. Learn to take a moment to breath when you are feeling overwhelmed either emotionally or psychically. Take advantage of any support you have, spouse or family or friends and allow them to help you feel good.
Be loving. Giving and receiving loving thoughts and feelings during the weeks before labor will reduce pain issues, fatigue and make you (and baby) and those around you happier.