Hey readers, a big bundle sale kicked off this morning, for 6 days only, and now’s the time to get it before it’s gone.
If you’re a blog reader, you’re probably familiar with the concept of the ebook bundle. In a nutshell, a bundle is a package deal: a bunch of ebooks (and courses, and printables, and tangible bonus goodies) available for much less than the individual items would total. Much, much less.
I’m a longtime fan of these bundles and the people behind them. I don’t know how they manage to share so many amazing resources at a crazy value, but I’m super grateful for the classes and courses I’ve gotten for dirt cheap over the years because they make the magic happen.
Right now—for one week only—you can grab the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, worth a whopping $1,989.70, for just $29.97. (That’s $39.97 if you’d like Kindle edition instead of PDFs—but buy it in the first two days to get that $10 ereader upgrade for free.)
If the word “homemaking” conjures an image of someone rising at 4:00 a.m. to knead their sourdough, no worries—this bundle covers a broad array of topics, like creativity, faith, finances, intentional living, organizing & systems, work and life balance, self-care, and more.
I’m excited about this year’s bundle in an extra way, because my bullet journaling class, Bullet Journaling for Book Lovers, which usually sells for $15, is included. We got amazing feedback on this class. There’s nothing quite like it out there that I’ve found, it’s genuinely useful and practical, and it’s super fun. (If you’re not a devoted reader, don’t write it off. The class is really about keeping better track of the things you care about, and many of the ideas I share are easily transferable.) Read more about the class contents here.
But that’s just one of the offerings in this bundle. There are more than a hundred resources total, but I’m especially excited about these:
• The Nester’s Cozy Minimalist class. I paid the $39 full-price cost—more than the cost of this bundle—out of pocket when Myquillyn released this class, which covers how to decorate a room from start to finish without over-complicating it. It was worth every penny.
• Clutterfree with Kids by Joshua Becker. Read it, loved it, paid $6 cash for it.
• Living Well & Spending Zero by Ruth Soukup. ($12)
• The Paperless Home: How to Use Evernote to Organize Your Life by Abby Lawson. “Paperless” sounds so dreamy. ($32)
• Two Sorta Awesome bonus podcasts from Megan Tietz ($10)
• The Spaghetti Shots: How to Take Better Photos of Your Kids During Everyday Life by Courtney Westlake. Read it, loved it, paid $7 cash for it.
Great bonus offers are also included, like a free month of Kiwi Crate ($20 value, we’re fans), one project box from Detox Project Box ($25), free one month subscription from Bookroo ($18), free one month MightyFix shipment from MightyNest ($17), and more.
I’m also super excited about the bonus from Lara Casey’s Cultivate What Matters Shop. She has the most adorable stickers in her shop, perfect for bullet journaling, and your bundle purchase includes an automatic $15 credit. Yes please.
Everything you need to know is right here on this page. Look it over, decide for yourself if it’s for you, and enjoy it. I think you will.
Happy perusing, and happy reading!