Most of the content On SixFiguresUnder.com is evergreen, in other words, tips and tricks that are timeless and always relevant. It’s rare that I write an entire post on something that’s only applicable for a limited time.
When the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle comes around, I make an exception. Let me tell you why!
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a collection of digital resources curated on topics that moms and homemakers would be interested in (think finances, marriage, motherhood, home, kitchen, productivity, creativity, etc), but the price is always ninety-something percent off the cover prices of all of the resources combined.
Each year the bundle is completely different and features resources that have never been featured in an Ultimate Bundle before, so I’m always eager to see what’s included and dive right into the ones I’m interested in.
My favorites from this year’s Ultimate Homemaking Bundle
As an affiliate, I was able to buy the bundle ahead of time so that I could give it a thorough review. Here are some of my favorite resources so far. I’ll start with the finance-related ones because if you’re reading my blog you probably have a thing for finance and frugality:
Jessi Fearon is knowledgeable and encouraging when it comes to finances and budgeting. In her well-thought out course, she walks you through creating a zero-based budget simply using an Excel spreadsheet. She teaches you how to make an actionable plan for your money to pay off debt or save for your dreams. If you feel like your finances are a mess and you can’t get control of your money. you need to take her course!
How to Be Frugal Course ($99)
This is set up as a 10-week course to help you learn the frugal skills you need to both manage and save money. The instructor is a mom of seven who shares her strategy for running a very frugal household. Each unit has videos, reading material, printables, etc. She has tons of information for you!
You all know I’m a big fan of no-spend months! Well, Ruth Soukup has put together a month-long no-spend month challenge that is a lot of fun. Each day has something different to focus on that will give you ideas for planning meals, organizing, being creative, making habits, and even earning money.
There are five other great resources in the finance section of the bundle. I have checked them all out and can vouch for their excellent-ness. Seriously good stuff! Go see what all is included in the bundle.
Some of the family and creativity related resources I’m loving:
The Dating Divas have designed a beautiful set of weekly dates to last a year. The printable cards slip into a photo album to create a gift for your spouse of a newly married couple (adorable wedding gift). Dates are categorized (free, at home, out-on-the-town, inexpensive, etc) so you can easily choose one that fits your schedule or budget that week. There are even some blank cards so you can get creative with your own date ideas!
Cozy Minimalist Course ($39)
My good friend gifted me Myquillyn Smith’s book, The Nesting Place, as a housewarming gift. It really changed my perspective on home decorating in an empowering way. I’m really eager to go through her course as I am working to decorate my bare home!
I have owned a nice DSLR camera for over a decade, but still have a very basic knowledge of how to use it. This book is a great crash course in photography geared at helping parents take better pictures of their kids. It was a quick, but valuable read. The author clearly understands her audience of busy moms who just want to know what to do to get great pictures without having to get a degree in photography to do it.
Last fall I let you know about the Mom Conference when it was happening. I listened to several sessions of the Mom Conference on some parenting topics that interested me. The content was uplifting, encouraging, and full of great ideas to implement. Through the bundle you get access to 20 interviews from the Mom Conference! I’m loving that the interviews (about an hour long each) are downloadable so I can listen to them without internet.
And that’s just scratching the surface really. I could go on and on. Seriously! There are chore planners, life planners, recipes books, coloring books, marriage books and more! You should probably go and check it out yourself to see what interests you! And be sure to check out the valuable bonuses too.
Before you buy…
It probably goes without saying, but I’m going to say it anyway. Don’t buy this if you don’t have the money. I f you don’t have money in your budget for entertainment or education or books or great deals (or whatever your budget category for things like this is called), then just pass. While $30 is a steal for all of the resources and bonuses that you get, if you don’t have it in your budget, then it’s not a good deal for you.
One Bundle = Many Gifts
Oh and did you know that bundles make great gifts? Actually one bundle can make many gifts.
Unless you are going to use every resource yourself, then you will also have lots of potential gifts for others throughout the year. You can give away any of the resources in the bundle as a gift as long as you delete the files from your own computer after gifting them.
Mother’s Day is coming right up! What things in the Bundle would your mom love? Or how about your sister? Now take a look at the bundle through the eyes of a gift-giver!
There’s a Guarantee
Like all awesome things, the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle comes with a guarantee. I’m confident you’ll love and find great value in the bundle resources, but if for some reason you don’t, there is a 30-day happiness guarantee, so you can get your money back.
Time is short
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle ends on Monday, so you’ll want to check it out now while you still have the chance.
I’ll be back on Monday with your regularly scheduled Six Figures Under content, our monthly budget update! 🙂