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With everyone spending more time at home, it’s easy to feel like you should be able to stay on top of everything. The house should be spotless, closets decluttered, laundry clean and put away, delicious home-cooked meals ready on time and the kitchen cleaned up promptly after. If you’re home all day, it should be easy, right?
The truth is, it’s not that simple. Being home all day, especially with children, means more time to make more messes. If you work from home, you’re technically at home, but still have similar time demands to working at an office. Homeschooling adds its own time demands. Even if you have the time, it’s easy to get overwhelmed looking at a mountain of tasks and not know where to begin.
Enter the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle
I absolutely love the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle because over 50 women have contributed their tried-and-true resources to help you have a home that’s calm, organized, and well-run.
If you’ve never heard of it, the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle has been around since 2013, and since then, over 139,000 women (and probably some men, too) have purchased a copy to learn practical strategies for decreasing stress and making a home (and life!) they love.
When you buy the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, you’ll get access to:
- 14 eCourses & videos
- 9 eBooks
- 9 workbooks
- 8 planners
- 8 printable packs
- 3 membership sites & summits
The creators behind these resources are 50+ women who have struggled with the same things you do, but have learned (and will teach you) how to simplify homes, declutter & organize, put healthy meals on the table, and nurture strong family relationships.
Best of all, you can get the entire package, all for just $29.97. This price hasn’t gone up since it was first released 8 years ago – which is an amazing deal, considering the prices of most things these days!
Over the years, I’ve purchased several bundles offered through Ultimate Bundles. Throughout the year, they offer bundles for things like healthy living, DIY projects, photography, and blogging as well as the current homemaking bundle. They’re all offered for a limited time at a steep discount compared to purchasing the resources in each bundle separately. If there’s even one or two of the resources in the bundle that you find useful, it usually more than justifies the cost. They also offer a 30 day money back guarantee, so if you get it and find that it’s not what you thought it would be, you can easily request a refund.
I just got my Ultimate Homemaking Bundle yesterday, so I haven’t had time to thoroughly explore all the resources. Looking through them, though, there are several that I’m really excited about.
I love ebooks because I can load them onto my Kindle Paperwhite that I carry with me in my purse. That way, I always have something to read any time I have a few minutes of downtime. From this bundle, I’m looking forward to reading these:
- Cleaning with Essential Oils: Your Guide to All Natural Cleaning by Kristyn Bango
- Garden Harvest Recipes: A Plant to Plate Cookbook by Holly Bertone
- Quick Start Guide to Water Bath Canning by Victoria Pruett
Printable planners are awesome because you can print and use only what you need. You can also take elements from different planners to create a perfect planner that works for you. This year’s bundle offers several planners, including ones for cleaning, homeschooling and reaching your goals. These planners are of particular interest to me:
- Declutter in Minutes Planner by Tracy Lynn
- Motivated Moms Classic Planner by Susan Cramer
- The Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner and Supplement Kit by Susan Heid
- The Homeschool Planner: Simply Plan, Simply Homeschool by Sean and Caroline Allen
- Dreams by Design 2020 Planner by Karen Schravemade
To be honest, I haven’t used the ecourses as much in the past. Even though they are totally at your own pace, I tend to start them, get busy with other things and never get back to them. There’s several in this bundle that look really helpful, though, so I will have to do better this time. From the ecourses, these are the ones I think will benefit me the most:
- 5 Days of Cleaning Motivation: Get Motivated to Clean! Are you in? by Joanie Boeckman
- Exercise Around The World: Explore The Geographical Roots of Fitness through Movement by Beth Learn
- Inspire a Love of Learning by Kerry Beck
- Not So Bummer Summer by JoAnn Crohn (geared towards children)
- Take Ten Challenge by Laura Coppinger (meal planning)
- Time Management Freedom by Deanna Dolbel (online business)
- Uncomplicated Kitchen: 3 Step System for Simpler Weeknight Cooking by Ruthy Kirwan
Other Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2020 resources
Those are just a sample of the many resources contained in this bundle. Not only are there more in each of those categories, I haven’t even mentioned the membership site access, printables, summits, and workbooks you’ll get. There’s also several bonuses that include gift certificates or products free for the cost of shipping.
If any of these resources sound like something that would help you, I urge you to take a look at the complete list here. Full disclosure: If you purchase through any of the links on this page, I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.
On the other hand, if you’ve made it this far and don’t think this bundle is for you, don’t worry. My next post will be back to the content you’re used to from SubEarthan Cottage. I’ve been working on a few clothing refashions, and I’ve had to do another repair on my Kenmore sewing machine. Expect posts on those soon!