6 Organizing eBooks I Recommend from the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

Hey there! I’m glad you’re here because I’m so excited to tell you that the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is back with all new resources (including many organizing eBooks!) for 2017. It contains 106 digital products (worth over $1980!) and every year, for one week only, you can get the bundle at a HUGE discount. That week starts today!

6 organizing eBooks I recommend from the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

I’m not going to lie though, that many resources can be a little intimidating so I usually only download the eBooks that appeal to me and forget about the rest. Because I know you read my blog for tips on getting organized, I’ve gone through the bundle and pulled out my top 6 favorite organizing eBooks to recommend to you. The value of just these six eBooks alone is over the bundle purchase price so even if these were the only six books you read, it would still be worth it for you. BUT something tells me that you are also really going to love all the organizing printables (so so many!) that are included as well!

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Getting and staying organized is hard y’all. If it wasn’t there would be no need for organizing blogs such as this one to help you out. I’ve been blogging here for 11 years (crazy!) and I hear from people all the time that are struggling with clutter and chaos. Homemaking in general can be tiring, frustrating and overwhelming, am I right?

Six Recommended Organizing eBooks

So check out these 6 organizing eBooks from the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle that I think will help you say good riddance to clutter and chaos and help make your life a little more manageable.

Clutterfree with Kids

Clutterfree with Kids

Clutterfree with Kids offers a new perspective and approach to overcoming clutter based on the principle that there is more joy in owning less than can ever be found in organizing more. And it just may inspire you to live the life you’ve been searching for all along. Joshua has a very popular blog on the same topic and his own story and journey of owning less is really inspiring. Clutterfree with Kids is written as a comprehensive how-to manual for handling kid clutter. The book defines and outlines the ten most common clutter problems for parents including toys, clothes, artwork, gifts, schedules and more. It’s such a great book that is a must read!

Command Center 101

Command Center 101

Command Center 101 is a step-by-step guide that will help you create a clutter-conquering, eye-catching, stylish and organized Command Center to keep the daily workings of your family running smoothly. Every family needs a Command Center and this book gives you all the details you need for creating one from start to finish that will function the way YOU need it to on a daily basis. There are also practical tips on how to maintain it. Very very helpful!

Creating Success at Home

Creating Success at Home

Creating Success At Home is your guide to redefining home, conquering clutter, taking back time, boosting your energy, and overcoming decorating fears. 31 short, easy-to-read chapters divided into 5 parts covering the most common obstacles to creating success at home. Sharon says and I would have to agree that a home that nurtures is organized, and getting organized is a very necessary step in creating a nurturing home. She also introduces you to the four step method she uses to declutter any space in her home and provides free printables to help you as well.

14 Days to Opening Your Front Door to Guests

14 Days to Opening Your Front Door to Guests

14 Days to Opening Your Front Door to Guests is the complete guide to getting your home ready to let people come inside, no matter how overwhelmed you feel. The goal of this guide is to host guests in your home with a quick fix plan to help you get the spaces your guests will see and use ready for them. There are detailed practical tasks outlined for you for each of the 14 days. Dana has a great sense of humor which you clearly see in her writing style. So if you’ve got company coming, don’t panic, just follow the plan and you’ll be just fine (even if it is necessary to lock 60 pounds of unfolded laundry in the trunk of your car, ha!).

Minimize the Mess

Minimzie the Mess

Minimize the Mess is a mother’s guide to help you simplify, bring order to your home, and keep it that way. Rachel tells us that by simplifying it is possible to greatly reduce the messes in our homes. And the more you’re able to simplify, the easier it’s going to be to keep your house the way you want. She then doesn’t leaving you hanging, but gives you practical tips for how to realistically purge in order to minimize the mess. Even a little bit of purging is progress towards a more simple and fulfilling life.

The Mindset of Organization

The Mindset of Organization

The Mindset of Organization looks at a women’s life as a journey through 4 distinct phases of life and provides a framework to anchor basic organization principals. I think this book is absolutely fantastic. It’s over 200 pages long and is so interesting. What I think I like the most is that Lisa, who is a Professional Organizer, shares her own journey with us with such genuine and refreshing honesty. She also shares concrete action steps to get you started and ideas for saving memories and mementos from each of the four different phases of life. You will also learn how to manage the rough transitions from one phase to the next. It’s a really thorough book and includes great information on Lisa’s popular Sunday Basket strategy for solving your paper clutter problems. You’ve got to read this one, I highly recommend it!

In addition to those six awesome eBooks, you’ll also get 44 other ebooks, 21 eCourses, 14 printable packs, 2 videos, 2 audios, 2 summits, and 1 membership site. These top-quality resources cover everything you need to make homemaking and mothering feel less stressful… quick & healthy recipes, organizing printables, cleaning tips, sizzling date night ideas, parenting helps, and so much more. Plus, the bundle comes with over $290 worth of bonus offers!!

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2017

Get the Bundle:

For six days only, everything you need (and then some) is in this one fabulous package, for just $29.97, that’s 97% off!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit their website, take a quick look at all the goodness that comes in this package, then click the “Get my copy now!” button to go through their simple and secure 3-step checkout process.
  2. You’ll receive an email with a login to their online access portal, where you’ll begin downloading the resources that most interest you.
  3. Use their Getting Started Guide to pick the topic you want to tackle first and start your stress-less homemaking journey!

The most important detail, though, is that this bundle with many organizing eBooks to help you get organized is available for just six days! After Monday night, May 1st, the sale ends and you’d have to buy all of these products individually.

6 organizing eBooks I recommend from the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

To read more about all these awesome resources or to purchase your bundle visit HERE. Plus, as always, it comes with a 100% happiness guarantee, so you can make sure it’s right for you and return it if it’s not.

I know how overwhelming living with clutter and chaos can be and I also know how amazing it feels to be on the other side. I want that for you too!

(Psst… the bundle goes away at 11:59pm Eastern on Monday, May 1st, so don’t wait or you might forget!)

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