Once you determine your budget as Mame says - come up with ways to have fun without money or very little money.
Instead of going out to eat - have a picnic or grill outside. Instead of going on a big vacation - drive to the mountains and camp. Instead of giving an expensive gift come up with an alternative - make homemade candy; offer to baby sit someone's kids instead of giving a gift or simply come clean with your friends and family - you cannot afford to buy a gift.
When budgeting - to be honest in your situation, I would not save for a home yet. You NEED to pay off that 200,000 first. And not get into any other debt. And pay more than the minimum or it will take you quite a while to pay this off. Not sure what sort of debt this is - but there is also the option to find a lower interest rate - interest rates are very low right now so if you have for example credit card debt - look into getting a personal loan to pay this off for something with lower interest rate (now you would have to have good credit ranking).
You could also search in the mean time for a better paying job. Babysitters around where I am get paid $20/hour cash. Of course, I am sure this depends on where you live we have a high cost of living.