So if all you wanted was my a course, you’re getting quite a deal. But of course, you also have access to many other resources. You will get 129 eBooks, eCourses, and printables designed to help you declutter and organize your home, balance your many roles, meal plan and serve healthier meals, plus resources for parenting, marriage, working from home, self-care and much more. 98% off. For one week only.
Do you need 129 resources? Probably not. In fact, I admit I did not have time to thoroughly read every book or complete each course. Who does?! This bundle is a value if you find just a few really useful resources that are pertinent to your life right now. Of course, you may go back and find other resources later that are helpful. I know I have.
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You’ll find lots of great information about kids and chores, meal planning, working at home, decluttering, homeschooling and family life. And more.
Bundle Resources that Impressed Me
Here are a few resources that I really loved. It certainly does not mean that the others aren’t awesome. These are just the ones that caught my eye for one reason or another and then kept my attention the entire way through.
How to organize all your recipes (for easy meal planning) by Laura Smith-$39
As you all know, I’m a huge fan of Plan To Eat and use that for most of my recipe storage and meal planning. But this course focuses on using Evernote, which is a tool I’ve been using for about a decade and can be used for so much more than recipe organizing. And I do still store some recipes using Evernote. This course is great in that it will give you a comprehensive look at how to use this extremely useful tool in many different areas of your life.
Perpetually prepped kitchen: the simple method for meals in minutes by Jennifer Mason-$13.99
Great strategies for always being prepared for a meal with just a little prep. This book gave me some ideas I’m sooooo gonna try! This lady thinks like I do, I guess!
The weeknight dinner Survival Guide: 5 step dinnertime game plan for busy parents by Ruthy Kirwan-$9.99
I liked that this book really explained the best (and what I consider foundational) sanity-saving meal planning strategies that can work for absolutely everyone, no matter the diet or budget. This includes getting the family involved in easy ways with food preparation. You know I’m a fan of that! This book is NOT about recipes but about how to better approach dinner prep.
Easy dinners for busy moms: slow cook once, eat twice by Andrea Green-$4.99
I’m pretty picky when it comes to cookbooks. And most recipes collections don’t offer me much in the way of “new and exciting”, while using whole foods ingredients that aren’t too expensive. If you aren’t going to take my advice on starting a freezer meal club [insert frustrated face emoji here], then get this book! Because I highly encourage a strategic leftover plan. Except that with these recipes from Green, your family won’t see them as leftovers. Honestly, I think Ms. Green has underpriced her book. These recipes are great and included some unique ones that I can’t wait to add to my repertoire. Let’s just say one involves lemongrass!
Ultimate daily visual cards by Kimberly Huff-$4.99
I’ve mentioned my use of chore cards in my video on getting kids involved with household chores. If you are crazy uncrafty like I am, this is a great tool. This is not just for chores, but also to help kids visually organize their schedules, plan their days and even ease those transition times that can be challenging. This is a great printable for anyone with pre-readers! You’ll be able to hit the ground running with these.
The Peaceful Press Chore Pack by Jennifer Pepito – $5
Another printable set of chore cards that are well worth the money! Like the cards above, these are awesome for establishing good and healthful habits. One great feature of this set is that it includes step-by-step instructions for many of the common chores your children need to do. And breaks them down into simple steps that they can easily follow. Either one of these sets of chore cards would be of great benefit to your family. And you will get both of them! Lucky you!
Housekeeping chore Box by Kemi Quinn-$9 Another chore system (more for you than the kids) using printable daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal cards to help you keep you on track. Easy to customize and implement. You can get going right away with the prefilled tasks or really make it yours. And you put the cards in a super cute box that you make from the provided template. It actually looks manageable for even this non-crafty productive mama.
So many littles, so little time: worn-out mom’s guide to mothering little one by Amy H
Well, I didn’t even have that many little ones, but I know I would have enjoyed this resource when I had 3 kids 5 and under. When you’re in the midst of it, it’s hard to find the joy but this resource reminds you to do so and gives you practical ideas to navigate that stage of life.
This is but a tiny handful of the many resources available. I did not even touch on the ones relating to finances or working at home. Again, you will not use or even look at half of what’s available. But if you find a few titles that you really want and they add up in price to more than the cost of the bundle, then the bundle is a value for you. If you don’t see anything that you really have a strong desire to read, well this year the bundle is not for you and that’s okay.
I’ll close with a few reviews from happy bundle owners of days past:
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