You might have noticed (or you might not) that there aren’t a lot of gimmicks at Early Bird Mom.
I don’t do contests and I’ve only done a couple giveaways. There aren’t a lot of ads or sponsored posts.
The reason for this is that I know your time is valuable and I don’t want to waste it on a contest that you’re not likely to win or a sponsored post that is more about the sponsor than about you.
Other bloggers may make those things work but it’s just not me.
Instead, I want to provide you with value.
Things to make your life better. Encouragement. Empathy for the hard days. Practical tips on organizing and making your life a little easier. Hopefully something that will help you out.
That same desire to be helpful and give you value is why I’m sharing the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.
In fact, I almost didn’t write about the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.
I’m really picky about what I buy. I wouldn’t recommend anything to you that I don’t think is an excellent deal. I had a lot of other things going on and I thought it wasn’t worth it.
I was wrong.
Even if you only use 3 or 4 of the resources in this bundle, you’ll be getting a tremendous value. At $29.97, it’s less than my grocery budget for one day, but I will be reaping the rewards from it for several months out. (Affiliate links are present.)
Here’s my plan to maximize the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.
Now: Buy the bundle.
Devour the Parents Guide to Natural Remedies course (value $99) because that’s my absolute number 1 pick.
Load a few books onto my iPad for evening reading: That Works for Me (value $8.99), Introduce your Child to Jesus (value $5.99), and The Connection Principle which promises ideas to help improve communication with your spouse.
May: Redeem the bonuses
A free scarf from Deborah and Co., Kids Discovery Box from Green Kid Crafts and free Craftsy Class).
Wear the scarf everyday.
Save the discovery box and Craftsy class for the summer.
June: Focus on work and money
Read How She Does It (value $4.99) because I love WAHM stories.
Print out and use my favorite printables from the Sweet Life Planner (value $35).
Read through Build a Budget that Works.
July: Focus on education and organization
Work through The Healthy Home ecourse (value $95), because I can never have too many tools at my disposal for this family. Summer time will leave me more time to delve into this course.
Read and use printables from Project Organize Your Entire Life ($14.98).
August: Focus on food
Now’s the time to get some new meals into our rotation. I’ll dig into Easy Oven Free Dinners (value $3.99) and The Healthy Breakfast Book (value $12.95) to get some inspiration.
So you can see there is a tremendous wealth of value and advice in this bundle.
Taking full advantage of it requires spacing things out and making a plan so you can enjoy it to it’s fullest.
You can’t delay on this one.
You, too, can enjoy the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. But you have to hurry – it ends TONIGHT at midnight! The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is no longer available. But if you’d like to be notified of the next bundle sale, please sign up for my mailing list (in the sidebar at the right) and I’ll be sure to let you know when it’s happening.