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I know there have been a lot of bundle sales lately. But I absolutely have to tell you about this one.
It doesn’t launch until next Monday (5 days away) but we (the authors) are finally allowed to talk about it! The sale is being run by Stephanie of Keeper of the Home (I contribute over there monthly, and she is my favorite one to work with on these bundle sales) and Erin of The Humbled Homemaker.
Here’s the basic gist: 97 books + 6 ecourses for just $29.97. Plus, you get access to $140 worth of bonuses from some of my favorite companies (like Redmond Clay). The catch? The sale runs only from Monday, April 29th through Saturday, May 3rd. That’s it.
Resources in the Bundle
97 books is pretty overwhelming. I understand that. (On the other hand, it’s a great deal.)
I went through many of the resources in this bundle myself and I have some I recommend enthusiastically. Others, well, not as much. I have to be honest about that.
First, though, let’s talk about the ones I do recommend. There are many, but I picked my top 5. These are them:
- 28 Days to Hope for Your Home ($5)
- Think Outside the Classroom ($6.97)
- Mindset for Moms ($4.99)
- Restocking the Pantry ($9.99)
- Simple Scrubs to Make and Give ($3.99)
I picked these because they talk about major areas that I promote here at MAM, and because they are simple, straight-forward, and really well done in their area. They’re messages I think you need to hear. I’ve done a short video talking a bit more about each of them:
As you notice, those 5 books alone cost $30.94, which is more than you’d pay for the entire bundle. That means that even if they were the only books you really wanted, the bundle is still worth it. Not to mention the freebies….
There are a bunch more I’d recommend, some with a few reservations. For example, *most* of the cookbooks included in this bundle are “real food,” but they are not traditional food. You won’t find canned/processed ingredients, but you will find unsoaked grains, soy sauce, corn, and other ingredients I don’t personally use in my kitchen. As they are real foods, they’re easily adaptable to a traditional-foods style, if you wish. And many have great concepts, like crock pot and freezer meals!
A lot of the books in the bundle are centered around a one-month mission: get organized, get dressed nicely, improve your health or home in some way. This is great…just don’t try to take them on all at once.
The details of the sale — exactly which books are in it, what the bonuses are, etc. — will be coming next Monday. You might want to subscribe so you don’t miss it.