Remember how last summer, my ebook was included in a huge homemaking bundle? Well, there’s a new homemaking bundle out this year, and it’s on sale today.

(I did not write an ebook this year, so I haven’t got anything in the bundle. I painted cabinets last summer instead of writing an ebook.  Ahem.)

Of course, I haven’t had time to read all of the books yet, but there are titles in there from big names like Crystal Paine, Tsh Oxenreider, Mandi Ehman, Heidi St. John, and Sheila Gregoire.  So I know that there’s a bunch of worthwhile reading in the bundle.

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a grouping of 78 books on, well, homemaking.

That’s a little misleading, though.

You don’t have to be a homemaker to buy this bundle.

Despite the name, this is not just a grouping of books for stay at home moms…for example, there are books in the bundle about healthy living, using your time well, and  financial stewardship.) 

If you happen to be a stay at home mom, you probably will get the most use out of the bundle, but there’s plenty here for people in other places in life, and besides, the bonus offers aren’t specific to homemakers.

Plus, homemaking is not something that’s limited to people who don’t work for pay…all of us make our houses into homes regardless of our employment situations.

You don’t have to be a Christian to buy this bundle.

There are some books in the bundle about faith, but the bundle is so large, even if you completely ignore all of those books, you’re still going to get plenty of value.  And most of the bonus offers will be valuable to people regardless of religious beliefs.

(We all can use the laundry detergent bonus!)

Bought separately, the books in this bundle would cost a total of $698 (not including $200+ in bonuses!). But by buying the bundle, you can get all of them for just $29.97.

Or, for just an extra $10, you not only get the full set of PDF files, but also a bonus set of Kindle editions, perfectly formatted for easy Kindle reading. This has been a popular request over the years and I’m excited to say it’s now available!

(This is the option I chose when I bought my bundle…that way I can read the books on my computer or on my Kindle. Yay!)

Now, I’ll be the first to say that I do not love ebooks as much as paper books.


You can’t get this many paper books for such a low price, and the electronic delivery is certainly appealing from an ecological perspective.

And since you can get these in Kindle format, they’re going to be as much like paper books as possible.

The bundle will only be available for six days. So if this is something that would serve you and you’ve got the money available in your budget, get it before the deal is over!

You get ALL THIS in The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle!

See the full list of 80+ eBooks, audio files, eCourses & printable packs included in the sale.

You also get $200 of freebies!

In addition to all the eResources, this bundle includes a bunch of bonus offers:


As well as five more offers from:

These deals are worth over six times the price of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. So you’re up on the deal right away!

(I am always terrible about remembering to redeem the bonus offers, but I am determined to do better this go-round so that I get my money’s worth out of my bundle.)

Learn more about the bonus offers.

Here’s what you need to know about the sale:

When? 8 a.m. EST Wednesday, April 23 until 11:59 p.m. EST Monday, April 28

What? 78 eBooks, 2 eCourses, 2 audio files, and 2 printable packs PLUS over $200 worth of bonus products you’ll really use!

Where? Purchase the bundle here.

How much? The entire package is worth nearly $900, and it’s selling for less than $30.

Get ALL of these eBooks for 1 LOW Price! One Week Only!

Want to learn more? Read about what this bundle offers—or if you’re ready, you can buy it now.

Remember, this bundle is available for 6 days only, from 8 a.m. (EST) on Wednesday, April 23 to 11:59 p.m. (EST) on Monday, April 28th.

Disclosure: I have included affiliate links in this post. Read the fine print about this bundle and read the answers to frequently asked questions about the bundle.



by Kristen on April 22, 2014 · 6 comments

in Photos

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I post a picture and just a few words.

Easter egg hunts are tricky to photograph because children are usually running every which way.  But I love this brief moment of stillness…you can see she’s pausing to give it some thought.

stumped egg hunter


P.S. Do you recognize the shirt she’s wearing?  It’s one of the shirts I skinny-fied.)

P.P.S. Thank you so much for all of your helpful tips for our upcoming Disney trip.  You guys are the best!)


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