Yeah! Spring is here (or almost!) and for many of us this means more energy and this strange desire to Spring Clean. Often that desire leaves real fast once you look at the piles of stuff that you have no idea what to do with.
Below is a bundle of E-books that will help you with your spring cleaning and organizing. There are 5 mini bundles in this group (but they are all sold together), focusing on Cleaning, Being a Mom, Organizing, Working from Home, and Scheduling. I haven’t had a chance to read all of them yet, but I did choose a few in each group and as you read below, you will see which ones I chose to read now, and why. 🙂 Enjoy!
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Welcome to the eBundle that will have you organizing and spring cleaning your home, schedule and home based business! In these 23 eBooks, you’ll find tips, support and know-how about working from home, cleaning, organizing and mom support along with printables!
The All Organized – Organization eBook Bundle is available March 24th until April 7th for only $20. That’s a savings of $133! So hop over and buy it now!
Organizing your home
I don’t know about you, but I like to have an organized home. Just the simple fact of seeing everything in it’s place makes me smile. But sometimes I don’t know where that “place” should be. Like for instance, my craft/sewing desk in our office. It’s always covered with things I don’t know what to do with. The 10 Steps to Organized Paper and Memorabilia is my favorite e-book in this group. It neatly covers those strange items that I don’t wish to to, but don’t know what to do with either!
This 6 eBook mini eBundle will have you breathing a sigh of relief as you move through getting your pictures organized, know what paper you need to keep, help for homemaking and getting to less stuff & living more!
- Paperless Home Organization by Mystie Winckler
- GTD for Homemakers by Mystie Winckler
- The Busy Mom’s Guide to Getting Organized by Sara Pederson
- 10 Steps to Organized Paper by Lisa Woodruff
- 10 Steps to Organized Photos & Memorabilia by Lisa Woodruff
- Simple Living- 30 Days to Less Stuff & More Life by Lorilee Lippincott
Working from home
Any reader who has been around here for long, probably knows that I desire to be a stay at home mom. In our current situation, being a stay at home mom requires me to be a work at home mom. After several years of trying to figure out how to do it, I’ve made a plan and it’s working great for me. But oh, how I would’ve loved the book How to be a Work at Home Mom in those first few years when I was struggling to find a way.
The ‘Working from Home’ mini eBundle will help you stay sane and productive when the kids are home and you need to work. It will also help you organize your direct sales business, and, along with an eClass, to learn about establishing office hours and a schedule that will help you run a family and a business. And, if you’re looking into starting a home business, or already run one, there’s an eBook about how to be a work at home mom.
- Organizing the Business of Direct Sales by Lisa Woodruff
- Organizing Direct Sales Office Hours eClass by Lisa Woodruff
- Productivity 2.0 by Prerna Malik
- Summer Sanity Savers for the Work at Home Mom by Prerna Malik
- How to be a Work at Home Mom by Prerna Malik
Hmm… Not a quite a mom yet, but there were a couple books in here that really appealed to me too. Meal Planning Made Simple is one I really enjoy. I’ve actually had a link for that book on my side bar for a long time. (That was recently traded out to bring in new stuff for you guys) The other book I liked was the Easy Peasy Chores book.
This mini eBundle will help all of us with meal planning and involving the kids in cleaning so we can work and live more efficiently. There’s also support here for the mothers of special needs children and those in the military to organize their homes even more efficiently than their military service.
- Easy Peasy Chore Chart by Alina Joy Dubois
- Empowering Special Moms by Marla Murasko
- Meal Planning Made Simple by Merissa Alink
- Organizing Military Matters by Kaui Eiklor
Cleaning is not really my thing… Sure, I clean for others and do a great job, but cleaning my own house? 😛 Create your Perfect Cleaning Schedule made me happy. Guess, what? It Doesn’t have to be ALL or NOTHING!
This mini eBundle of 2 cleaning books is mighty! They’ll help you schedule your cleaning and know what’s clean enough so you’re not embarrassed when clients, friends or your mother-in-law stops by unexpectedly.
Schedule… Another something I’m not great at. I’m definitely more a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants type of person. No, I’m not usually late to stuff, but neither am I good at making sure the little stuff gets done. Creating a Schedule that Works was a good study for me as I’m trying to do a better job at fitting in the small stuff so it doesn’t pile up on me.
This ‘Scheduling’ mini eBundle of 6 will help you create a schedule, arrive on time and provide simple strategies that work for your entire life. With the planner printables included, you will be able to make a plan that works for YOU!
- Project Organize Your Entire Life by Stephanie Morgan
- Creating a Schedule that Works by Marlene Griffith
- 28 Days to Timeliness by Davonne Parks
- An Excellent Life: 5 Simple Strategies for Doing Life Well by Beth Beutler
- 100 Days of a New Year by Jennifer Tankersley
- HOME List Plan It ePlanner by Jennifer Tankersley
This eBundle will be available March 24th until April 7th for only $20. That’s a savings of $133! So hop over and buy it now!
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