September 3, 2013

5 Homemaking eBooks for only $7.40 — Today Only!

Homemaking ebooks
Do you love eBooks as much as I do?

I used to think they could never replace printed books, which I do still love.

But eBooks don’t take up space on my bookshelves. When waiting with nothing else to do, I have access to dozens of them through my iPhone or iPad.

The best part of all is they’re usually a lot less expensive than their printed counterparts.

If you’re also an eBook junkie, now’s a good time to load up on them.

BundleoftheWeek.com is making available their best-sellers this week only. These popular bundles are available for 24 hours each this week. That’s 5 books for only $7.40 — that’s $1.48 for each eBook!

Today the special offer is the Homemaking Bundle, which includes the following titles:

1. Organizing Life as MOM: Worksheets and Planning Pages to Help You Get Your Act Together

198 pages. Organize everything from family activities, to households chores, meals, and finances. This is how the author, a Mom of six, keeps her life organized. And I’m learning from her!

BundleoftheWeek.com, 5 eBooks for $7.40!

2. Easy Homemade: Homemade Pantry Staples for the Busy Modern Family

78 pages. Has a total of 66 recipes for staple items — yes, I counted them for you! You’ll save money and feed your family healthier food if you learn to make these items yourself. I’m certainly making the pancake/waffle mix for my daughter who’s in university. I was so pleasantly surprised the author included dairy-free options. Woot!

3. Plan It, Don’t Panic: Everything You Need to Successfully Create and Use a Meal Plan

84 pages. I used to be this ultra-organized Mom who knew what I was making for school lunches and dinner every day. Somehow I fell by the wayside. As a result, I’m always stressed out before dinner time. And we’ve been spending more on groceries. Not any more. This eBook will help me find my way. It has tips for planning meals weekly, every two-weeks, even monthly, and seasonally.

4. 28 Days to Hope for Your Home {Not for the Mildly Disorganized}

51 pages. Of all the books in the bundle, this is the one I need the least. Not because my house is spotless and totally organized, mind you. But because this book tells you to take really small steps. I mean like doing your dishes every night. Duh, my husband already does that, lol!

But seriously, if you need help keeping your home clean, this book’s for you. You do one new task every day for 28 days. By the end of that time, everything will have become second nature to you. That’s all it takes. Then you’re on your way to having a home you can be proud of.

5. Hybrid Homemaker: A Guide to Personal and Financial Freedom

114 pages. I hate books about financial freedom. Why? Because they always tell me I’m spending too much money, and the only way to become financially free is to never indulge any of my whims ever again.

But this book is different. Sure, it tells you to set a budget and stick to it. But it also talks about how to make money, and spotlights 5 hybrid homemakers who have discovered their passion-based work without living like paupers. What’s a hybrid homemaker? You’ll have to read the book to find out!

Read more about the Homemaking Bundle here.

If any of these books interest you, go ahead and order the bundle today. They’re only available until 7:59 am Eastern tomorrow, September 4th, so buy it now before you forget.

PS: I’m an affiliate for Bundle of the Week and will receive a small commission if you purchase the bundle through my links this in email. How much commission? Not much. After all, each bundle is only $7.40!

PPS: You cannot purchase any of the titles above individually. You must buy the entire bundle. Even if you’re interested in only one of the books, it’s still a reasonable price 🙂



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