The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle — Only Available Through Monday!

This past year, I’ve turned down thousands of dollars in paid opportunities.

Some of you might think I’m crazy to do so. And when our business expenses are up and our business income is down, I sometimes will question those choices, too.

But then I quickly remind myself of why I’ve said no. For instance…

  • I’ve said no to credit card companies who want to pay me to write posts about their offers… because, in good conscience, I just can’t bring myself to endorse credit card companies.
  • I’ve turned down many opportunities to add more ads to the sidebar, header, and footer of my blog… because while advertising helps to pay the bills, I am adamant about keeping it to a minimum on the blog.
  • I’ve turned down many lucrative opportunities to add pop-up ads to the blog… no matter how much the advertiser wants to pay me, I can’t bring myself to put something on my blog that I know will just be annoying to most readers.
  • I’ve turned down numerous requests for me to write an underwritten post on a topic that isn’t in line with my core beliefs or that might possibly compromise my integrity… or even just that might pay well, but offers no benefit to my readers.
  • I’ve turned down many partnership opportunities because it would suck my time and keep me from being able to make my family and writing here a priority.

Please know, I don’t judge or criticize other bloggers who have made different choices than me in this regard. I’ve seen some of the above work well for different bloggers with different audiences, but for me, I am 150% committed to always putting my specific readers and their specific needs first in making blogging decisions. Why I've Turned Down Thousands of Dollars This Past Year

And not just my readers take precedence, but more importantly, my relationship with the Lord, my husband, and my kids.

If it’s not a win for you, if there’s not any value for you, if it means I must neglect my family or lose my health and sanity in the process, I don’t care HOW much a company wants to pay me, it’s not worth it.

I also am very careful what I choose to heavily promote or highly endorse. I want you to know that my words have weight.

Almost every month (or sometimes more than once a month!), I get asked to be a part of a Bundle Sale — where a bunch of authors put all their downloadable books together into a package and offer it for a special sale price and then split the earnings. I have said no to every single one of these but two so far: The Healthy Living Bundle Sale and the .

Why? Because I know that your resources are limited, your budgets are tight, and I can’t be highly recommending that you buy a new Bundle offer every month.

Why I’m Promoting Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

I’ve specifically chosen to promote the Healthy Living Bundle Sale and because I know the folks who run those sales very well, have worked with them closely for years, and believe that they are offering you a top-notch bundle at an incredibly low price. They are the real deal.

And all of the amazing testimonies from my satisfied readers who have purchased from them in the past are proof of just that.

I tell you all this, because through Monday only, is available. This is a never-before-offered Bundle packed with 99 different resources. And I am participating in this sale because I firmly believe it is worth every penny of the price and much, much more. Why I've Turned Down Thousands of Dollars This Past Year

What’s In The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

Over the past few weeks, I’ve gotten a sneak peek at the and have been so inspired and motivated by what I’ve read and learned.

In fact, is a complete library of carefully selected eBooks, ecourses, audios, online conferences, and printable packs designed to help you turn your house into a home… without all the overwhelm.

It’s 99 resources in all. (A total value of $984.74.) The topics covered are quite comprehensive. They include:

  • Cleaning… create a healthy, toxin-free home
  • DIY/Homemade… fun and frugal ways to express your personal style
  • Devotionals and Faith… take a break from the daily grind to renew yourself
  • Finances… build a budget that works
  • Cooking & Meal Planning… serve easier, tastier meals in less time
  • Holidays & Special Events… brighten up old family traditions and create new
  • Homeschooling… for those who homeschool, how to do so with grace and ease
  • Marriage… heat up your marriage
  • Motherhood… find peace, balance & joy in mothering
  • Organizing… conquer the clutter and simplify your life
  • Pregnancy & Babies… enjoy a healthy pregnancy and prepare to nurture your baby
  • Health & Wellness… soothe aches & pains with natural remedies
  • Working from Home… hone your talents, live your passions and earn money to help your family

It’s a complete library of 99 eBooks and eCourses to help you nurture the beauty and productivity in your home and family relationships.

Yes, There is a LOT of Information in this Bundle!

Now please note: There is a LOT of information in this bundle. It could feel overwhelming if you were to try to read all the ebooks, go through the ecourses, sign up for the freebies, and implement all the changes and ideas the authors tell you to make.

I want to encourage you to NOT read all the ebooks. That information overload could just produce major stress and guilt. Instead, I encourage you to look at the list of ebooks and e-courses and pick 10-15 that you feel would be highly beneficial.

For instance, here are the ebooks I want to read ASAP:

There are many more ebooks that I hope to read in the future, but I’m trying to pace myself and not be overwhelmed with ideas and information. It’s better to baby step your way along and actually make small and steady changes, than to try to overhaul your life overnight and end up stressed and burnt out.

Plus, You Can Pass On the Ebooks/Resources You Won’t Use!

So, I’ve already told you that there are a LOT of products in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. All told, there are:

  • 76 eBooks
  • 6 eCourses
  • 1 audio download
  • 2 online conferences, and
  • 14 printable packs

Yes, that’s 99 different resources and there’s no way you can read and implement all of them. Plus, some of the topics might not apply to you in the season of life you’re in.

So here’s what’s cool: you can GIFT any of the ebooks or resources you don’t plan to use! What a fun way to bless a friend — for her birthday or Mother’s Day or just because!

But Wait, There’s More!

Of course, no Ultimate Homemaking Bundle would be complete without the generous, inspiring gifts donated by companies that understand homemakers like you. Every gift is yours to keep and enjoy.

  • Choose 1 FREE Online Class from (Select from 24 of their most popular classes – up to $60 Value)
  • 1 FREE Kids Discovery Box from ($19.95 Value)
  • FREE $15 Credit to PLUS 2 FREE 8×10 Art Prints ($71 Value)
  • FREE 90-Day “Good Deal” Subscription to ($15 Value)
  • Choose 1 FREE Stylish Spring Scarf from ($20 Value)
  • FREE $80 Credit ($80 Value)
  • FREE 90-Day Pro Membership to ($30 Value)
  • FREE 65 points to be used for any free book of your choice($15 Value)

So what are you waiting for?

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle — all 99 resources — is only $29.97 through Monday. (A total value of $984.74.) That breaks down to 30 cents per book!

But time is running out! The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle will only be available from 8:00 a.m. EST on Monday, April 20 until 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, April 27.

Grab your copy below — while you still can!

Read the about this bundle and read the answers to about the bundle. 

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  • Erin Reesman says:

    What i would do with a 500$ amazon card is pay for Christmas this year!

  • Toyya Waller says:

    This sounds like an awesome product bundle.

  • Toyya Waller says:

    I would use the $500 Amazon gift card for my family.

  • Marie says:

    I would definitely use the Amazon gift card to purchase diapers, wipes, baby food, etc.

  • Carolyn Vermeulen says:

    I really love this site. I get all sorts of ideas and great deals.
    I sure wish I would win this offer. I would use the $500 gift card to replace my husband’s ipod 4 that I dropped and broke. He is disabled and he used it alot to go online. But now need to save money to be able to replace it.
    So I sure hope I am the winner.
    Keep up the great work on this site!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Zee Carter says:

    What a great combination! Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Elizabeth D says:

    I would purchase our homeschooling text books! 🙂

  • Rachael says:


  • Kim Robertson says:

    What would I do with an $500.00 Amazon gift card? I would use it to buy groceries, since I have been layed off from a job after 12 years, and have not found a job yet, it would truly be a blessing to me and my grandson.

    I also want to tell you how much I love this site. This is the best site, hands down! Please keep up the great work, I am much inspired by all you say and do, and love seeing all your family photos:)

  • Sara Wallick says:

    Sounds awesome! I’d love a vitamix for the perfect smoothies and soup making 😉

  • Corinne Bowman says:

    I’d buy a plane ticket to WA to see our grandson who will soon be having heart surgery.

  • Alicia Garza says:

    If I won the $500 Amazon gift card I would actually buy myself some new clothes! Every time I get gift cards I end up using it to get my kids toys or something so for once I would love to treat myself and get me a few new outfits! It would be an awesome Mothers Day Gift!!

  • julie amos says:

    I’d use the amazon gift card to purchase figure skating equipment and clothing for my daughter who is a 2nd year competitive figure skater. It’s an awesome sport and her passion, but very expensive!

  • vicki hazzard says:

    I moved across the country from everyone I know a year ago and I would use the gift card to send surprises to several people back home just to let them know im thinking of them

  • Amber Giegerich says:

    I would use the amazon gift card to buy diapers and groceries!!!

  • Pasqua says:

    Option #3

  • Sara Wilson says:

    I would love the Amazon gift card for my four kids homeschool next year!

  • Betty says:

    If I win the $500 I’d possibly buy an ipad mini as I’ve heard of (may be through your newsletter…sorry bad memory) of proof reading classes that recommend using the mini…if enough is left over, I’ll buy a mini tramp with safety bar for my exercise.

  • teri godsil says:

    What a great bundle! If I won the $500 Amazon card I would probably buy college textbooks for my daughter!!

  • Kleo says:

    I have returned to college after starting my degree in 1993 taking time to have a family. I will start my last semester this fall. I would use the Amazon giftcard for books.

  • Kelli says:

    With a $500 gift card, I would buy a Kindle and books to use in our homeschool next year.

  • Clara says:

    I would use the Amazon gift card to buy my sons 2 new bikes.

  • Traci Roberts says:

    I would use the Amazon gift card for Christmas and/or birthday gifts for my kids, since I’ve been cut to part time. I know it would come in handy!!!

  • Carolyn Moon says:

    Great giveaway 🙂 Could use either one of these wonderful gifts. Good luck to all.

  • Carolyn Calfee says:

    Books – books and more books 🙂

  • Andrea Miller-Reynolds says:

    We just moved back home to Ohio. First time in my life I haven’t had to work. I am BEYOND thankful to be a stay at home mom! We have gone through and taught Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace, we’re living on a tight budget (and I’m hanging on every word of this site! So helpful!)
    My husband is a pastor and things are very tight on one income. We would use the gift card for clothes, Christmas presents and things we desperately need around the house! This summer we’ll be married 9 years and things you got when married all start to break around the same time! Thank you for opportunities like these!!

  • Rhonda Eppele says:

    If I was to win the Amazon gift card I would save it for Christmas and buy gifts with it. Also my daughter is looking for a dress for her graduation!

  • shan says:

    I would buy some food from amazon! We buy coconut oil and all that stuff from the site because of the best prices!

  • Michael says:

    With a $500 gift card, I could buy some repairs material for my house. 🙂

  • Jenni J says:

    $500 Amazon card? I would use it to replace our dying TV from 1998!

  • Sherrie Maloy says:

    With the $500.00 Amazon Gift Card I would buy school supplies, uniforms, and get any other good deals available on christmas/birthday gifts! I love your blog and enjoy seeing what you have going on as well as information on great buys! It has really helped us to work ahead and save money.

  • I’ve wanted to get rid of my old blender for the vita mix long ago but the cost was too much. We use it to make smoothies and sauces. Getting the vitamix would be great. Getting a $500 amazon gift card would be even better. I’ve had at one point 5 teens in my home that I was responsible for but now I have 3 but let me tell you $500 would go pretty far with helping out my budget! Teens are eating machines! I’ve always wanted to try the pantry items on amazon and this would give me a chance to do so. Good Luck to Everyone!

  • Missy says:

    $500 would go a long way on Amazon since everything you could possibly need is on there. I would probably spend most of it on household necessity deals that you could “Subscribe and Save” to such as toilet paper, kids snacks and kitchen staples like peanut butter. Awesome giveaway!

  • carmen c says:

    $500 amazon gift card to buy clothes for my baby boy!!!

  • Brittany says:

    I would love to win the 500.00 gift card. I would use it for Christmas gifts for my family and son. Thank you! 🙂

  • Kelli W says:

    I would pay for Christmas!!!

  • Kelli W says:

    Shared about 5 things you should do daily on FB

  • Lynne says:

    I would use the $500 gift card for books for our homeschool and for Christmas gifts later this year. It would be a HUGE blessing! Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Kelli W says:

    Shared the Homemaking Bundle on FB

  • Lynne says:

    I pinned the Paper Piles post on Pinterest. 🙂

  • Kelli W says:

    Shared Elimintating paper piles on FB

  • Kelli W says:

    Pinned essential oils!

  • Kelli W says:

    Pinned paper piles!

  • Jaci says:

    Shared How To Eliminate Paper Piles!

  • Jaci says:

    Shared 5 Things You Should Do Every Single Day!

  • Jaci says:

    Shared the Homemaking Bundles Post!

  • Jaci says:

    Pinned the Essential Oils & Homemaking Link!

  • Jaci says:

    Pinned the Paper Pile Elimination Page!

  • Jaci says:

    With $500 for Amazon I would definitely plan my son’s first real birthday party (his 5th birthday is coming up). I would also buy a few upcoming birthday gifts for a few people. I would also pick up a few organizational tools for work and home.
    Would LOVE a Vitamix – I’ve heard they are great for everything, especially when you’re trying to get healthier.
    And I finally bought the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. I look at it every time you advertise but for the meal planning tools alone I think it’ll be worth it.

  • Jessica H says:

    What I would do with a $500 amazon giftcard? Buy diapers for my 9 month old daughter and stock up on diapers for the baby I’m expecting on November.

  • aundrea kinas says:

    I would use the $500 for raised beds in my gardens.

  • aundrea kinas says:

    I did option two

  • aundrea kinas says:

    I did option four

  • aundrea kinas says:

    I did option five

  • says:

    Entry Option 1: I am leaving Montana in May and will be moving to Antioch! I would use the 500.00 for essential household things from Amazon!

  • Meaghan says:

    I would donate half the $, save some for a shade accessory in the backyard to use this summer, and honestly – treat myself to some much-needed new bras, lol!

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