27 April 2015

Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

This weekend completely got away from me; I meant to post about this awesome collection of resources, and now we're almost out of time: It's only available through midnight Eastern time tonight! I know a lot of other bloggers have been talking about the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, so hopefully most of you have already had a chance to hear about it and decide whether you're interested. But in case you haven't heard of it, here's a quick summary:

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a collection of 76 eBooks, 6 eCourses, 2 online conferences, an audio download, and a bunch of printables to educate homemakers on a wide variety of subjects and offer practical ways to actually implement that knowledge and make homemaking simpler and less stressful. They have resources covering everything from cleaning to finances, cooking and meal-planning to marriage and motherhood. Plus, several generous donors have added on gifts for mom or the family: a kids craft, a cheerful spring scarf, a choice of several online crafting classes, and more.

And it's only $29.97, for everything! That was too good a deal for me to pass up, and I've already begun reading and enjoying some of the eBooks.

One note: Nine of the eBooks are about faith, and since this isn't a specifically Catholic bundle, I'm assuming they are from an Evangelical Protestant perspective. Not to say that they won't necessarily have value--I'm planning to read them, and am particularly interested in the two books about teaching/developing character in our children--but I just wanted to put that out there; it's always possible that some of the content will be contrary to Church teaching.

Have you already picked up the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle? I'd love to hear your thoughts on what you've read so far!

(Just to be clear, I'm not receiving anything for talking about the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle--I'm just excited about it and wanted to make sure everyone else had a chance to look into it before it's gone!)

1 comment:

  1. I wanted to get this bundle SO BADLY. But funds are so tight I told myself I had to wait till we actually have a child and/or I'm staying at home. I don't think all the homemaking resources in the world could give us more hours in the day, and that's all that can cure my homemaking woes at the moment :-P