Life kinda got in the way of a post yesterday. (Imagine that! Real life has some nerve.)
We squeezed in a camping trip early in the weekend, which was lovely but which means I now feel about two days behind on things.
Thus, the lack of a blog post. Hey, recognize the tent in the background?
It’s the one we got as part of the REI program, which is what made us get off our rears and go camping in the first place, two years ago.
I don’t think we’re ever going to be diehard campers, but since the kids really enjoy it, we’re settling into occasional-camper status.
And we received a campstove for Christmas, so now we’re not limited to things that can be cooked over the fire. Which means bacon! For breakfast!
What else do I want to say? Hmm.
Well, I started on an overhaul of my dresser contents yesterday. More on that later this week.
Oh, and on our way home from camping, we picked strawberries. We’ve been eating them like they’re going out of style, but I’m hoping to find some time to turn at least a few into freezer jam.
Lastly, I want to tell you that my ebook is part of a bundle sale this week (a smaller bundle than last time!)
Oddly enough, it’s been grouped in with 4 other books on homesteading, even though mine isn’t about homesteading and I’m pretty far from resembling a homesteader.
Although, homesteaders are the sort of people that would be interested in eking every last bit of use out of their clothing, so perhaps that’s the tie-in.
For $7.40, you get all five books in a PDF format, which means you don’t need an e-reader to take advantage of this bundle.
I’ve looked over the other books in the bundle, and I would say that The Custom Homestead would probably be the most broadly-appealing of the bunch, because it’s got information in it that can be applied even if you’re not planning to keep chickens on a plot of land in the country (the author has a very flexible approach to homesteading.)
I think all four of the other books are written by fellow Christians, but the only one that seems to have a target audience of Christians is Pioneering Today. The other three should work just fine for anyone who is simply on the lookout for food storage/homesteading information.
And of course, my ebook is full of ideas for breathing new life into your old clothing, and you do not have to be at all interested in homesteading (or Christianity!) to apply the ideas.
The bundle is on sale for this week only, so if these interest you, make sure you get the bundle before the week is out.
Or if you’re only interested in my book, you can download that for $3.99.
Oh, and this site, Bundle of the Week, has a different bundle for sale every week, so if this one doesn’t interest you, you can always check back next week to see what else is offered.
(I receive a small commission on each bundle that’s purchased through my link, but of course, I would only encourage you to buy this if these books fill a need in your life. Spend thoughtfully!)