I told you it was coming and it’s here! Are you ready to jump headfirst into ebooks? Are you ready to access an entire library of homemaking resources?
The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle is here.
If you’re already sold and don’t even care what I have to say about it and you just wanna buy it, you can just but it.
But if you wanna know more, I thought I’d tell you which books I already own in the bundle and if I really think they are worth it. Ready?
Remember when I said how ebooks are like highly concentrated versions of a blogger’s site? This book is the perfect example. Tsh takes 52 projects (one for each week) and gently leads you through them. Things like meal planning, decluttering, getting out of debt, planning for the holidays and even getting more sleep.
As with everything Tsh does, it’s a simple, practical book with clean design. If you are a step-by-step, check-off-the-list, I-need-someone-to-hold-my-hand kinda person, this is the book for you!
OK. I. LOVE. THIS. BOOK. First of all, it is hilarious. Yes, a clean-your-house book that made me cry I was laughing to hard. Just read her description and if you are a slob-minded person (like me), you’ll want this one: “If you’ve ever wondered how someone could sleep at night knowing there were dirty dishes in the sink . . . . DON’T buy this e-book. If, at the end of a long day, you mindlessly put your dirty clothes in the laundry hamper and hang your jacket neatly in the closet . . . DON’T buy this e-book. If you’ve never experienced heart palpitations at the sound of an unexpected doorbell . . . DON’T buy this e-book.”
Right?! Do you LOVE IT?!
OK. I actually did not own this one. But as I stalk Carisa’s website regularly, I think I’m pretty much an expert on her and how awesome she is. This is a homeschool resource that would be perfect for family devotions and any kind of get-ready-for-school kinda stuff you’d like to do with your kids.
I bought this for Asa this year. It includes so many resources, it’s not even funny. There are probably 10 activities for each letter of the alphabet including puzzles, writing helps and more. We haven’t used it as a base curriculum, but use it to supplement all the time. Lydia loves it, too!
I did a review of the first volume of The Dig. So, I’m excited the 2nd volume is included. This is a simple verse by verse devotional of Luke for you and your kids. I love it because it was written for the author’s children—he actually did the devotion with his kids before he gave it to us. <–you know how I feel about that!
This is a book I should probably read every year. Amy is one of the smartest women in the blogosphere. Her blog is full of such insight and practical tips for blogging. Her ebook, though, is full of insight and practical tips for ordering YOUR LIFE! This book is so good, she had editors knocking down her door to publish it. But she turned them down to keep this book short, quick to read, cheap and easily accessible for you. (Golly, I love her!)
If you want to move beyond hotdogs, chips and marshmallows on your next camp-out, this book will show you how. Katie not only gives whole food recipes, but first-time family camping tips and strategies.
Y’all know how I feel about a good party. Mary’s got you covered from invites to themes. (OK, so I wrote the chapter about themes. But isn’t’ that just another reason to want this book?!)
These are two of our #hellomornings Bible studies. I love Katie and Lara’s approach to Bible study–they really want to equip you to study God’s Word for yourself.
Amy is one of my favorite people. And this ebook, about her emotional affair is so brave, so beautiful and a must read for every marriage.
And how could I forget this little gem?!!
(why yes, that would be my very own ebook, Truth in the Tinsel!)
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