The Positive Results Of Embracing The Thrifty Lifestyle For Life

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So many people begin their journeys into the thrifty lifestyle because they want to pay off their debts–and yet when they do they gladly continue applying thrifty principles. Why? Because they have discovered the positive results of embracing the thrifty lifestyle and they don’t want to let them go.

My family is one of those many. Although I was raised thrifty, I strayed from the frugal aspects of my upbringing for a few years as a new bride. Soon my husband and I discovered that spending freely was causing us to feel not free but chained–chained to payments.

Learn why it pays to keep being thrifty even after your debts are paid in full.

And so we began a journey of thrifty living. Each and every expense was questioned–how could we reduce or eliminate an expense? We created several flexible streams of income to pay down debt and then when it was gone to help us stay that way.

Slowly our finances went from tight to comfortable. When we entered the comfortable stage we were faced with a decision. Do we keep questioning each and every expense? What areas of our budget do we raise? Do we raise any at all? What do we do with the wiggle room in our budget that we have created?

We have discovered in this new stage that we are thrifty because we want to be, not because we have to be. Living the thrifty lifestyle for the long haul allows us to live a very positive lifestyle.

5 Positive Results Of Embracing The Thrifty Lifestyle For Life

1. Less Financial Stress

It is true that paying off your debts reduces financial strain, but no payments isn’t the only positive effect of living thrifty. Being thrifty means you didn’t pay retail for hardly a single item you own. When you purchase your possessions for a fraction of retail  you simply don’t stress about them like you do about those that you spent too much on.

Yes, you do take care of them–that plays a big part in frugality–you simply stress about them less. Being thrifty you know how to replace an item should it get damaged, lost or stolen–plus you know you have the money in the bank to replace it.

2. More Ability To Give

The longer you live the thrifty lifestyle the more and more wiggle room you create in your budget. Wiggle room is awesome! And one of the best things to do with that spare cash is to give it away. Help out that family you know is struggling. Donate to the community fund for a better playground for children in your area. Sponsor a child in a third world country. Giving makes your heart happier than a full wallet ever will.

Somehow bargain shopping is all the more thrilling when you know it means that the money you save on your purchases means you can meet the needs of others.

3. A Creative Life

Going to the store and purchasing something new off the shelf does save time, but it doesn’t nurture your creativity.

Taking that yard sale found dresser home and converting it into a changing table for your best friend that is expecting her first baby–now that requires tapping into your creative side.

Being creative is part of cultivating a passionate life. Allowing ourselves time and energy to be creative is a huge stress reliever for many and what better excuse is there to make time for your creativity than to save money and create something original for either yourself or someone you love.

4. More “Yes”

When you keep the wiggle room in your budget instead of filling it with larger than need be expenses you can suddenly say yes to things you never dreamed you could.

Our family, for instance, is currently on a 5 1/2 month RV road trip that we were able to say yes to largely thanks to living thrifty years after we really needed to.

5. More Time For Relationships

In the early stages of being thrifty you look for ways to increase your income that are somewhat flexible. You want to increase your income to knock out debt, but you also want to sleep some too.

Those passive income streams continue when the debt is paid off and they set you up for more flexible working hours. Sure you might still have to work your 40 hour a week job once the debts are paid, but chances are you don’t have to work it plus another 20 hour job to pay down debt.

With your flexible income streams becoming healthier by the year (trust me, most of them will) you are now able to not just have more time available to spend with friends and family, but also more money to spend on the activities you do with them.

You no longer have to say no to dinner out with your foodie friend, you simply work it in the budget saving money in other areas to make it work. You can go the gym and meet the gals for Yoga class 3 days a week–because it is a priority to you and you can now budget by priorities instead of payments.

Embracing The Thrifty Lifestyle For Life Allows You To Thrive

If I were asked to chose just one word to describe the benefits of living thrifty for life it would be thrive.

Being thrifty allows you to thrive in life. With continually growing financial wiggle room in your life you can make dreams happen –your own and those of others.

How Do You Start Embracing The Thrifty Lifestyle So You Can Thrive?

Thrifty and Thriving by Victoria Huizinga of Snail Pace Transformations

Being thrifty is more than figuring out how to spend less on your groceries or get the best price on a secondhand vehicle. Being thrifty is a mindset. Thrifty people develop habits and principles that become so ingrained that they can’t help but make thrifty life choices.

My book Thrifty & Thriving: More Life For Less Money shares those habits and principles with you as well as ways to develop them in your own life so that you too can join those who are thriving because of their thrifty lifestyle.

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2017

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2017--on sale until May 1st!

Until Monday, May 1st you can get the PDF version of my book in The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. You will also receive 7 other resources in the Financial category of the bundle that will help you to succeed at your financial goals. The Financial category of the bundle has a retail value of $203.35 but the bundle costs just $29.97.

That is a great thrifty deal, however you get 11 more categories full of ebooks, eCourses, and a few physical hold-in-your-hand items in the bonus section.

The entire bundle has a retail value of $1989.70 and includes 2 summits, 21 eCourses, 51 eBooks, 1 membership site, 2 videos, 2 audios, 14 printables, 13 workbooks plus 8 physical bonuses and  2 digital bonuses. But you get it all for just $29.97.

You probably won’t use every product, but this is one time where not using up something to the last drop will still be extremely thrifty. Even if all you use out of The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is the financial eBooks, eCourses and printables you will be saving $173.38 . And you will save even more money when you apply what you learned.

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2017--on sale until May 1st!

Remember though this bundle disappears Monday May 1st at 11:59 p.m. EST. So act now before you forget to purchase it and regret it. Click the orange button above to get your copy.

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Each & Ever Product In The 2017 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle: Including My Book!

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Yesterday I shared a list of  the top products I personally want to dig into from the 2017 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.

Today I am going to show you each and every product in the bundle so that you can make your own top pick list.

The best way to decide which products from The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle are for you is to view each of the  different categories of products and write down the  title and price of those that you want to dig into.  It won’t take long for that list to equal the $29.97 price of the entire Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. This bundle truly is an amazing bargain for most buyers.

All 12 Categories Of The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle: Plus Bonuses!

Creativity     

  • A Mom’s Guide to Better Photos: A Beginning Photography Class for Moms With Any Type of Camera by Meg Calton ($99.00)
  • Adventures in Bible Journaling: An Extensive Beginner’s Guide to Art and Bible Journaling by Bethany Floyd ($18.97)
  • Bible Verse Coloring Through the Year by Carisa Hinson ($7.00)
  • Creative Sparks: 30 Daily Prompts for Creatives by Jennie Moraitis ($10.99)
  • DIY Art Journal – Your Jump Start to Creativity Volume 2 by Kimberlee Stokes ($12.00)
  • Mother’s Little Helper: Clean Up Your Photos with Photoshop Elements by Melissa Shanhun ($30.00)
  • The Garden Therapy Coloring Book by Stephanie Rose ($4.99)
  • The Spaghetti Shots: How to Take Better Photos of Your Kids During Everyday Life by Courtney Westlake ($6.99)
    *prices in () are what each individual digital product would cost you if you were to buy it separate from the $29.97 bundle*

My top pick from the Creativity category: A Mom’s Guide to Better Photos: A Beginning Photography Class for Moms With Any Type of Camera by Meg Calton ($99.00)

Faith    

  • Curious Living Summit by Logan Wolfram ($29.99)
  • Delight in the Word of God, Volume 1 – Favorite Scriptures: A Devotional Coloring Book/Journal for Adults & Teens by JoDitt Williams ($8.99)
  • Discover God’s Calling for Your Life by Laura Krokos ($9.99)
  • Everlasting Joy Bundle by LaToya Edwards ($10.00)
  • Matters of the Heart: a 52-Week Scripture Memorization Journey for Women by Carlie Kercheval ($10.00)
  • Minding Your Mouth: A Biblical Study on Taming the Tongue  by Jenn Thorson ($7.99)
  • My One Thing Alone: Going Deeper with Jesus Together by Asheritah Ciuciu ($36.00)
  • Praying the Promises of the Cross: A 40-Day Prayer Journal by Arabah Joy ($12.00)
  • Putting God First: How to Make God the #1 Priority in Every Area of Your Life by Brittany Ann ($6.95)
  • Reset: 31 Days of Real Joy Right Now by Marie Osborne ($9.99)
  • The Dig for Kids: James by Patrick and Ruth Schwenk ($4.99)
  • The Glorious Ordinary: An Invitation to Study God’s Word in Your Everday by Sarah Frazer ($10.00)

My top pick from the Faith category: My One Thing Alone: Going Deeper with Jesus Together by Asheritah Ciuciu ($36.00)

    

Finances    

  • 31 Days to Radically Reduce Your Expenses: Less Stress, More Savings by Kalyn Brooke ($7.39)
  • A Zero Budget Christmas: How to Make Christmas Memorable with Little Money by Kristen Glover ($8.99)
  • Financial Goals Workbook by Krystal Sadler ($10.00)
  • 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)
  • How to Coupon Effectively: How to Save $5,200 Per Year in Just 2 Hours Per Week by Lauren Greutman ($9.99)
  • Living Well & Spending Zero by Ruth Soukup ($12.99)
  • Real Life Money Plan: Designing a Money Plan to Fit Your Real Life by Jessi Fearon ($49.00)
  • Thrifty & Thriving: More Life for Less Money  by Victoria Huizinga ($5.99) That’s my book! 

My top pick from the Finances category: 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).

Home   

  • Cozy Minimalist Decorating Class by Myquillyn Smith ($39.00)
  • Don’t Wait, Decorate!: An Encouraging Guide to Decorating by Chelsea Coulston ($24.00)
  • Yellow Prairie Academy Lesson 1: The Living Room – How to Create a Cozy, Pulled-Together Feel in Your Own Living Room. by Janna Allbritton ($25.00)

My top pick from the Home category: Cozy Minimalist Decorating Class by Myquillyn Smith ($39.00)


In the Kitchen

  • Feeding Toddlers: A Pediatrician’s Guide to Happy and Healthy Mealtimes  by Dr. Orlena Kerek ($9.99)
  • Table Talk: Family Dinner Conversation Starters by Sarah Avila ($3.99)
  • The Well Ordered Kitchen Basic Version  by Caroline Allen ($6.99)
  • What’s 4 Dinner Challenge Meal Planning eCourse by Erin Odom and Holly Dvorak ($47.00)

My top pick from the In the Kitchen category: What’s 4 Dinner Challenge Meal Planning eCourse by Erin Odom and Holly Dvorak ($47.00)

Intentional Living     

  • 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life by Crystal Paine ($4.99)
  • 30 Days to a Simpler Life eCourse by Brian Gardner ($15.00)
  • A Peaceful Home by Crystal Brothers ($39.00)
  • Design Your Destiny [Goal Setting Workbook] by Kimberly Job ($9.99)
  • How to Achieve Your Goals and Create a Life You Love by Aby Garvey ($12.00)
  • I Love My Home: A Guide to the Balanced, Home-Centered Life You Dream by Verónica Serrano ($7.90)
  • Productivity and Well-Being eCourse by Lisa Grace Byrne ($47.00)
  • The Inspired to Action Planner by Kat Lee ($15.00)
  • Your Morning Manual: A Guide & Workbook for Resetting & Maximizing Your Mornings by Emily Bredeson ($15.00)

My top pick from the Intentional Living category: Productivity and Well-Being eCourse by Lisa Grace Byrne ($47.00)

Marriage     

  • 52 Date Cards by The Dating Divas ($6.97)
  • Boost Your Libido Course by Sheila Gregoire ($39.00)
  • Great Dates with Your Mate: Romantic Conversation Starters by Laurie Kehler ($5.99)
  • Making Big Life Changes Together: Pursuing Your Dreams as a Couple by Haley Stewart ($3.99)
  • Rekindling Romance eKit: 7 Ideas to Help Reignite the Spark by Jami Balmet ($11.95)

My top pick for the Marriage category: Great Dates with Your Mate: Romantic Conversation Starters by Laurie Kehler ($5.99)

Motherhood     

  • Beautiful Paradox: Musings, Marvelings and Strategies of a Special Needs Parent by Jessica Graham ($4.99)
  • Becoming a Deliberate Mom: A Reflective Parenting Workbook by Jennifer Bly ($15.00)
  • Boundaries and Margins Webinar by Saren Loosli ($15.00)
  • Engage: Simple Activity Plans to Engage Your Preschooler by Jamie Reimer ($12.00)
  • Everyday Hope: Real Encouragement for Worn & Weary Moms by Kayse Pratt ($7.99)
  • Love Rebel: Reclaiming Motherhood by Bonnie Way ($7.65)
  • Parenting Manual 101 by Becky Mansfield & Rachel Norman ($34.00)
  • Sorta Awesome: Homemaking Confessions! by Megan Tietz ($5.00)
  • Sorta Awesome: Mothering to the Max by Megan Tietz ($5.00)
  • Steady Days: A Journey Toward Intentional, Professional Motherhood by Jamie Martin ($11.95)
  • The Better Listening Workbook: Parenting Tips, Activities and Exercises to Turn Your Child Into an Amazing Listener by Lauren Tamm ($5.99)
  • The Mom Conference Complete Package: 20 Interviews by Experts by Desi Ward and Saren Loosli ($87.00)
  • The Mom Reality: What Parenting Books Never Tell You by Erin Myers ($4.99)
  • The Temper Toolkit: How to Take Control of Your Temper Before You Lose it! by Lisa-Jo Baker ($29.00)

My top pick for the Motherhood category: Boundaries and Margins Webinar by Saren Loosli ($15.00)

Organizing & Systems

  • 14 Days to Opening Your Front Door to Guests by Dana White ($7.99)
  • 2017-2018 Yearly Personal Planner by Jolanthe Erb ($4.99)
  • Bullet Journaling for Book Lovers by Anne Bogel ($15.00)
  • Clean Mama’s Just One Page Kit by Becky Rapinchuk ($7.00)
  • Clutterfree with Kids: Change Your Thinking. Discover New Habits. Free Your Home. by Joshua Becker ($5.99)
  • Command Center 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Command Center that WORKS for Your Family by Meredith LeRoy ($5.00)
  • Creating Success At Home: Your Guide to Redefining Home, Conquering Clutter, Taking Back Time, Boosting Your Energy and Overcoming Decorating Fears by Sharon Hines ($3.99)
  • Family Chore System & Planner by Mandi Ehman ($17.00)
  • Life Your Way Complete Printables Download Pack by Mandi Ehman ($7.00)
  • Minimize the Mess: A Mother’s Guide to Simplifying the Home by Rachel Kratz ($2.99)
  • Overwhelm to Order: The Ultimate Homemaking Binder by Rachel Norman ($9.99)
  • Revive 30-Day Challenge by Jessica Fisher ($27.00)
  • Speed Clean the Deep Clean: A Collection of Time-Saving Cleaning Tutorials and Tips for Busy Moms by Katelyn Fagan ($4.99)
  • Sweet Life Planner: Vanilla Edition by Laura Smith ($35.00)
  • The Mindset of Organization: Take Back Your Home One Phase at a Time by Lisa Woodruff ($8.99)
  • The Paperless Home: How to Use Evernote to Organize Your Life by Abby Lawson ($32.00)
  • The Ultimate Spring Cleaning Hack Guide by Amy Bellgardt ($9.99)
  • Your Intentional Holiday: Heart & Home Planner by Victoria Osborn ($10.00)

My top pick for the Organizing and Systems category: Revive 30-Day Challenge by Jessica Fisher ($27.00)

Recipes   

  • 10 Amazing Cakes To Make At Home For Under $20 by Samantha Jockel ($5.95)
  • Beef Dump Recipes by Sharla Kostelyk ($9.00)
  • Busy Mom’s Make-Ahead Breakfast Cookbook by Carrie Willard ($3.99)
  • Delicious Dinners in Under an Hour by Mique Provost ($9.99)
  • High Protein, No Powder: Protein Bars and Smoothies Made with Real Food by Tiffany Terczak ($15.00)
  • Low Sugar Treats, the Real Food Way by Laura Coppinger ($6.95)
  • Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals by Kelly McNelis ($3.99)
  • Morning Makeover: 14-Day Smoothie Challenge by Kari Newsom ($3.75)
  • Never Buy Bread Again: 20+ Homemade Bread Recipes by Laurie Neverman ($9.99)
  • Skinny Slow Cooker Recipes by Martha McKinnon ($12.99)
  • Slow Cooker Favorites by Lynn Walls ($4.99)
  • The Breakfast Revolution by Beth Ricci ($8.95)

My top pick for the Recipes category: Beef Dump Recipes by Sharla Kostelyk ($9.00)

Self-Care     

  • 30 Days, 30 Ways for Mothers to Take Care of Themselves by Angela Henderson ($19.95)
  • Finlee and Me Self-Care for Mothers Workbook by Angela Henderson ($29.95)
  • Adore Your Wardrobe 14-Day “From Frustrating to Functional” Closet Makeover  by Kelly Snyder ($69.00)
  • Breathe: A Faith-Based Journey Toward Margin by Amy Blevins ($49.00)
  • F5 by Beth Learn ($19.95)
  • Happy You, Happy Family: Find Your Recipe for Happiness in the Chaos of Parenting Life by Kelly Holmes ($14.99)
  • Kitchen Time Action Pack: Healthy Moving to Help You Build Strength, Increase Flexibility, and Improve Energy While You Work in the Kitchen by Jen Hoffman ($29.97)
  • Mama’s Best Self: Where Frazzled Mama’s Find Peace by Amanda Rueter ($75.00)
  • The SAHM Wardrobe Basics Builder by Alison Lumbatis ($29.00)

My top pick for the Self-Care category: Adore Your Wardrobe 14-Day “From Frustrating to Functional” Closet Makeover  by Kelly Snyder ($69.00)

Work + Life Balance

  • Busy Moms Building: 12 Steps to Running Your Own Online Business for Busy Moms by Monica Froese ($29.00)
  • How to Land Your First Work-at-Home Job by Angie Nelson ($24.00)
  • Stretched Too Thin: 10 Days to Overcoming the Hustle and Thriving as a Working Mom by Jessica Turner ($39.00)
  • Streamline Your Side-Hustle: A Comprehensive Guide to Balancing Your Blog with the Rest of Your Life by Erin Mellon ($15.00)

My top pick for the Work + Life Balance category: Stretched Too Thin: 10 Days to Overcoming the Hustle and Thriving as a Working Mom by Jessica Turner ($39.00)

Bonuses

  • $15 store credit from Cultivate What Matters (international shipping available)
  • Free 1 month subscription from Kiwi Crate, $20 value ($15 off $50 shop purchase for existing customers, shipping available to U.S. & Canada)
  • Free 1 month MightyFix shipment from Mighty Nest, $17 value ($15 store credit toward next add-on order for existing MightyFix subscribers, international shipping available)
  • One project box from Detox Project Box, $25 value (shipping available to U.S. & Canada)
  • Free 1 month subscription from Bookroo, $18 value (box of past favorites for existing customers, international shipping available)
  • Orglamix Lip Balm Kit, $15 value (international shipping available)
  • $15 store credit from Strawesome (international shipping available)
  • Digital download of the 2017 Hope Ink Calendar, $20+ value -or- $15 credit + 3 art prints from Hope Ink, $99 value (international shipping available)
  • Homeowner Lifetime Membership from HomeBinder, $120 value (digital)
  • Free 1 year annual membership from MollyGreen.com, $29 value (digital)

My top pick for the Bonuses category: Digital download of the 2017 Hope Ink Calendar, $20+ value -or- $15 credit + 3 art prints from Hope Ink, $99 value (international shipping available)

Total Value Of My Top Picks

Notice that I picked out just one product from each of the 13 categories that I really want to dig into. My total for just 13 products would be over $600 retail but by buying The Ultimate Homemakers Bundle I get them all plus many more for just $29.97.

Now you try! My guess is if you made a similar list to mine you too would find that The Ultimate Homemakers bundle is an amazingly thrifty deal – even if you don’t dig into 100% of what it has to offer.

Act Now Because The Bundle Is Only Available For A Few More Days


The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle disappears Monday May 1st at 11:59 EST so grab your copy now before you forget it and regret it!

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The 2017 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle-And My Book Is In It!

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The 2017 Ultimate Homemaking  Bundle

Quick Facts About The Bundle

  • Earlybird: FREE eReader upgrade Wednesday April 26 and Thursday April 27th only! ( $10 value)
  • Total value of the bundle: $1,989.70 but you pay just $29.97
  • 2 summits, 21 eCourses, 51 eBooks, 1 membership site, 2 videos, 2 audios, 14 printables, 13 workbooks
  • 8 physical bonuses + 2 digital bonuses valued at $293.94
  • Bundle price: $29.97  but only until Monday May 1st 11:59 EST. After that this bundle disappears.
  • Plus a 30 day money back happiness guarantee!

And It Includes My New Book!

My new book Thrifty & Thriving: More Life For Less Money is finally available in paperback  for $11.99 and kindle for $5.99 Amazon.

However the PDF version of it is included in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle along with a great line up of other financial help books.

 Products Available in the Finance Category of the Ultimate Homemakers Bundle

  • 31 Days to Radically Reduce Your Expenses: Less Stress, More Savings by Kalyn Brooke ($7.39)
  • A Zero Budget Christmas: How to Make Christmas Memorable with Little Money by Kristen Glover ($8.99)
  • Financial Goals Workbook by Krystal Sadler ($10.00)
  • 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)
  • How to Coupon Effectively: How to Save $5,200 Per Year in Just 2 Hours Per Week by Lauren Greutman ($9.99)
  • Living Well & Spending Zero by Ruth Soukup ($12.99)
  • Real Life Money Plan: Designing a Money Plan to Fit Your Real Life by Jessi Fearon ($49.00)
  • Thrifty & Thriving: More Life for Less Money  by Victoria Huizinga ($5.99)
  • Total retail cost  for just the financial section of the bundle: $203. 35! but you get it plus the rest of the bundle for just $29.97

My Top 3 Favorites And How They Make The Whole Bundle Worth It!

Now I know looking at a bundle with 2 summits, 21 eCourses, 51 eBooks, 1 membership site, 2 videos, 2 audios, 14 printables, 13 workbooks, 8 physical hold in your hand bonuses and 2 digital bonuses can be very overwhelming!

So let me show you how I approach the bundle. First I scan all the categories picking out the top 3 products I want to dig into.

My top 3 from this year Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

Since you ,my readers, love my posts on living thrifty as well as those on decluttering I like to read up and learn as much as I can about those subjects so I can better serve you. When I can save more than $150 on three resources that will help me do just that–well my thrifty self gets pretty excited.

 

5 More Products I Am Looking Forward To Digging Into

With the bundle more than paid for I pick 5  products (eBooks, eCourses) that I want to make it a priority to dig into once I finish my top 3.

Here is my next 5 list

  • Sweet Life Planner: Vanilla Edition by Laura Smith ($35.00)
  • Bullet Journaling for Book Lovers by Anne Bogel ($15.00)
  • Adore Your Wardrobe 14-Day “From Frustrating to Functional” Closet Makeover  by Kelly Snyder ($69.00)
  • Stretched Too Thin: 10 Days to Overcoming the Hustle and Thriving as a Working Mom by Jessica Turner ($39.00)
  • A Mom’s Guide to Better Photos: A Beginning Photography Class for Moms With Any Type of Camera by Meg Calton ($99.00)
  • Total retail value of my next 5 list: $257 (price of entire bundle $29.97)

Plus More Homemaking  Help At Your Finger Tips

As you can see I am already saving over $400 and I have only made it a priority to use 8 of the over 100 digital products that are included in this years Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.

This bundle truly is a library full of homemaking helps at your finger tips. No need to find time in your busy week to get to the library. You will have months worth of wisdom filled reading material available at home for just $29.97.

 

Bonuses You Can Hold In Your Hand

As if all the included digital products didn’t make The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle a HUGE thrifty deal, it also contains 8 physical hold in your hand bonuses that you simply need to pick out and order. Plus you get 2 digital bonuses.

My favorite physical bonus is the one offered by Hope Ink which includes a $15 credit + 3 art prints. Yes you do need to pay shipping but even with shipping costs and frames for the art prints the Hop Ink bonus makes for three amazing lower cost gifts–or 4 if you choose to use the $15 credit towards another art print.

 

And If You Still Are Not Sure The Bundle Is For You

Perhaps you have read through this entire post and yet here you are at the bottom and you still can’t decide if would really like what The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle offers.

Well perhaps it will give you peace of mind to know that there is a 30 day happiness guarantee. If you buy it and don’t love it simply send an email to the Ultimate Bundle team and they will refund your money. More details on the guarantee are available on the sales page for the bundle.

 

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