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I'm so excited you guys! This is like my birthday all over again every year. I may or may not have been watching the calendar like a hawk for this sale. I bought my copy as soon as I could. And now I'm starting to redeem my rewards because they are just so stinking great.
What on earth am I talking about?
Alright, I'll back up. See, there's these folks over at Ultimate Bundles that have a mission to gather the best of the best from around the web and bundle it together for a limited time sale for their customers. This is the sixth annual Homemaking Bundle and it's always their best selling bundle because the resources just can't be beat. I mean, they've sold over 100,000 homemaking bundles over the years!
This bundle features products that will help you declutter your home, balance your many roles, put good food on the table faster, and even get in some much needed self-care (because who of us isn't in need of some self care?)
But hold up, Katie. What's the price of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle? And what do I really get?
I feel ya, I know you want a good bargain. I want a good bargain too.
This year's bundle is 129 products, a collection of 62 eBooks, 30 eCourses, videos & audios, 34 printables & workbooks, and 3 membership sites, that together are worth over $3500 and the amazing group at Ultimate Bundles has priced this year's bundle at the ever popular price of $29.97. Do you realize that's 98% off?? Holy cow buckets, I can't handle it.
Whoa. You just said 129 products. There is no way I could handle all that right now. I can't even read one book, let alone 129!
Oh my goodness, I totally agree. I would NEVER tell you that you need to do that! Nope, that would be ridiculous. But I can GUARANTEE that there are a handful of products that when put together, make this bundle totally worth it for you. And just because you don't need a resource about ADHD parenting right now, doesn't mean it couldn't be useful in the future. Or maybe you only have little littles right now so you don't need much for homeschooling or independent kid activities - but won't you be glad you have them in a year or two when they are relevant?
Go through the product list on the sales page here and see if you can find a few that get you excited. And just a tip - there are 30 resources alone that are worth the cost of the bundle or more! Woot, woot!
Man I love talking deals and this bundle!
Are these decent quality books and courses or are they junk that I'm going to regret?
The Ultimate Bundles team spends months, like a serious amount of time, vetting products for these bundles. Contributors send in potential products and only the items that the team feels are the best of the best and that will have the most appeal for their customers are selected. No junk here!
But what if the bundle just doesn't work for me if I buy it?
And this right here is another reason why I adore Ultimate Bundles as a company. If you decide you don't love it, if you aren't 100% happy, contact their customer service team at email@example.com and ask for a refund. No questions asked.
Is the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle really only available for six days?
Sadly, yes. The contributors sign a contract with Ultimate Bundles to include their products in the bundle for the short time frame - not perpetual rights. Occasionally a really popular bundle will get brought back for a two-day flash sale, but it doesn't happen every time.
What products in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle really stand out?
Well, this is super subjective for everyone, but I'll totally share what stood out for me this year. Remember, these bundles are new every single year so the products last year are gone and this is all new stuff. Score!
Growing Up Centsible by Marnie Craycroft ($9.99)
This guide includes parenting ideas and kid activities with one goal in mind: teaching kids about to be financially smart.
Faithful Moms Summer Planner by Erika Dawson ($17.00)
The Faithful Moms Summer Planner will help you live a purposeful, faithful summer. With a focus on connecting with God, connecting with your kids, and helping your kids connect with God, use this weekly planner to remain intentional all summer long.
Giving God the Worst of Me by Dana White ($12.00)
Listen as Dana K White shares the lesson God taught her as she blogged about her most shameful secret: God doesn't want only the pretty and perfect parts of us, He wants all of us. Even the very worst parts.
- Bible Study Methods: 7 Ways in 7 Days by Arabah Joy ($15.00)
This 7-day crash course will introduce you to 7 different ways to study the Bible so that you're not relying on ready-made Bible studies to help you dig into God's Word.
- 15-Minute Marriage Makeover: Refresh Your Relationship, Add Sizzle to Your Sex Life & Be Happier in Just Minutes a Day by Dustin B. Riechmann ($14.00)
It’s time to refresh your marriage and enjoy each other the way you did before your busy life got in the way… and you can do it in just 15 minutes a day using this powerful and practical guide!
- 31 Days to an Everyday Clean Home: One Month to Calm the Chaos and Simplify Your Life by Amy Scheren ($8.99)
Discover a full month of honest encouragement, real-life tips, and practical checklists to help you finally get rid of clutter and create a home your family will love to live in.
- Motivated: Caring For Your Home When You Don't Feel Like It by Hilary Bernstein ($9.99)
Learn 16 different motivations for accomplishing work around your home, as well as the science behind motivation and discover YOUR motivation for caring for your home ... even when you don't feel like it.
- Full Year Wardrobe Plan for Moms: The Complete Guide by Corina Holden ($29.99)
This thorough wardrobe plan for moms is the style savior you’ve been looking for. You’ll get visuals of what should go in a chic but comfy closet plus 239 outfit ideas that span the four seasons. Get ready to ask: “where was this my entire mom life?”
- Finding Time: Home & Children by Sarah Phillips ($97.00)
Whether you are just wanting your house to be more organized or are homeschooling thirteen kids, Finding Time: Home and Children can show you how to make your home more than just a dumping ground that overwhelms you to think about.
Okay, I'll stop there. And I had to edit myself because there were several more I could have included that I'm ready to jump into feet first! Go buy the bundle yourself and see how great they are! Remember, you only have until 11:59pm on April 16th and then it's gone!
Oh, by the way. If you purchase your bundle before 11:59pm on April 12th, you get an additional course from Alison Lumbatis, creator of GYPO: Get Your Pretty On. You can choose a bonus course from eight of the dozens she offers. Wow! Her awesome guide, The Big Book of Outfit Formulas, is already included in the bundle. Last year her course SAHM Casual Basics Wardrobe Builder was included in the Homemaking Bundle and it's what helped me get out of constantly being a frump and find cute outfits with simple clothing options. Plus it gave me great ideas for clothes to add to my birthday and Christmas lists!
Want more bonuses? Good!
I'm teaming up with Katy from Finding Home to host a free Facebook group so we can tackle this bundle together! We are starting with 31 Days to an Everyday Clean Home: One Month to Calm the Chaos and Simplify Your Life by Amy Scheren and then we will be moving on to other resources after we finish. This will be a great chance to make sure you are actually using the resources you bought but also get accountability and help in homemaking. I'm so ready to do this with other people! Head here to request to join the Facebook group.