The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is expired but another bundle that’s currently available is the Conquer Your Clutter Super Bundle. You can learn more about that here.
I wanted to give you a quick heads up about a really cool resource that’s available for a couple days.
The gist is:
- A husband-wife team (with 5 kids) started a company called Ultimate Bundles. They’re legit. I’ve worked with them for a while now.
- They get a zillion resources together on one topic and offer them at a massive discount in “bundle” form for a limited time.
- In this case, it’s 106 products related to “homemaking” for $29.97
- There are ebooks, cookbooks, e-courses, planners, meal planning kits, budgeting templates and on and on. Combined value of $1980.
- The bundle is available for only 5 days. Wednesday (4/26) through Monday (5/1)
I put homemaking in quotes because I think of homemaking as having an immaculately clean house and cooking like Pioneer Woman, both of which sound nice, but are 110% unrealistic for me right now. Amiright!?
The stuff in this bundle actually looks helpful though. I think they should call it the “I mom so hard” bundle… but no one asked me.
The categories are:
- Intentional living
- Organizing & Systems
- In the Kitchen & Recipes
- Self Care
- Work life + Balance
(Btw, I’m an affiliate for this bundle because it is awesome. You can read more about what I do and don’t promote here.)
100% Money Back Guarantee
In my extensive online purchasing experience (ahem: Amazon & Target.com for the win), a money-back guarantee is a pretty good sign of quality.
Because if your products sucks, everyone will return it so you won’t want to offer a money-back guarantee
Anyway, the UB people stand behind their product. They have a 30-day 100% full refund guarantee. They have a reallllllly low return rate because their stuff is awesome. But if you’re on the fence, or you purchase the bundle and, for any reason, decide it’s not for you, you can get a full refund, no questions asked.
OK BUT WHAT’S IN EACH OF THE CATEGORIES?
You can see the full list of 106 products here. (Just scroll to the bottom of the page.)
As an affiliate, I got early access to the bundle, and scoped out several of the courses/ books/ etc.
Here are my favorites so far – several of which are an amazing savings by themselves because the whole bundle is only $29.97.
A Mom’s Guide to Better Photos: A Beginning Photography Class for Moms With Any Type of Camera by Meg Calton ($99.00)
This looks amazing! I’m working through an online blogging class right now, but I’m planning to spend free time on this one next.
How to Be Frugal: A Guided 10 Unit Course That Will Teach You How to Be Frugal Online, In the Store, and In Your Home by Jennifer Roskamp ($99.00)
If you want or need to be more frugal, this lady knows what she’s talking about!
Living Well & Spending Zero by Ruth Soukup ($12.99)
She has a neat story about going from being a shopaholic of sorts (and it almost ruining her marriage) to becoming super frugal, blogging about her journey, and building a massive internet business! I’ve learned a lot from her the past couple years.
Cozy Minimalist Decorating Class by Myquillyn Smith ($39.00)
I’ve wanted to take this for a while, so I’m super excited about this being included… I love her blog
21 Days to a More Disciplined Life by Crystal Paine ($4.99)
This lady is crazy disciplined and highly successful. Not to mention super authentic.
The Temper Toolkit: How to Take Control of Your Temper Before You Lose it! by Lisa-Jo Baker ($29.00)
If you snap at your kids a lot, this is worth the whole bundle. So much wisdom from a seasoned, grace-filled mom.
The SAHM Wardrobe Basics Builder by Alison Lumbatis ($29.00) –
Okay, this may sound weird, but this is the resource I’m most excited about. I just cleaned out and re-organized our closet and I feel like I’m starting over with clothes.
After having 3 babies in 3.5 years, everything fits differently and feels awkward. I have a super hard time finding clothes that fit well, aren’t super expensive, and that I feel great in! Honestly, I don’t have time to shop either. Like, when would I do that?!
Not to mention, our small closet doesn’t have a lot of space, so I love the idea of a capsule wardrobe that can be easily mixed and matched.
Then, you get 20 days of super cute and functional outfits ideas — complete with pictures — and they are put together using ONLY items from the capsule wardrobe!
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