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I don't part with my money easily. I guess you could call me a tightwad, a cheapskate, a scrooge.
But that wouldn't be very nice. So please don't.
I would prefer words like frugal, careful, thoughtful.
Now that feels better, doesn't it?
I don't go around spending my money without thinking and investigating. Then thinking some more.
It's annoying, really.
I like to try on the clothes, walk around in the shoes, hold up the scarf. I need to compare prices, analyze quality, hear about potential downfalls. I want to flip through the book, read the reviews, talk to people who've used it.
Maybe you're like that, too.
So, instead of just telling you that you should buy The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle that I've been praising all week, I thought I'd share which books I know about and some of the ones I'm excited to learn more about. Sound good?
Books I Love...
Now, some of these books I've already read, some I've reviewed, some I own and have flipped through (but not actually read), and some I know the author enough to know it will be good even if I haven't had a chance to read it myself.
I reviewed Getting it Together a few months ago. It has everything you need for setting up a home management notebook. And when I say "everything," I mean everything. Even if you don't make an entire notebook, the lovely printables make this book worth it!
Alright, Clean Enough just might be one of my very favorite cleaning books. Yes, I've read enough books about house cleaning to have a favorite. Don't laugh. This book is so encouraging and filled with hope, not something you often find in a book about cleaning your house! Click over to read my full review of Clean Enough.
I loved Tell Your Time! It is a great book for figuring out what's important in your life and scheduling your time accordingly.
I'm in That Works for Me! For real. A couple of my posts that were linked to the "Works for Me Wednesday" link-up parties were added to this collection. How cool is that?
I reviewed 100 Pound Loser at the beginning of the year. I think the thing I appreciated most about this book is that more than just telling us about a diet and exercise philosophy that worked for her, Jessica reminds us of the heart issues we often face when it comes to our health and weight. Always a needed message.
This book, Your Blogging Business, is an excerpt of my all-time favorite blogging book Intentional Blogger (which is not included in the sale). Your Blogging Business will give you all the tax tips you need to keep your blogging business on the up-and-up. Plus, it will give you a taste of all the good stuff you can find in Intentional Blogger.
Books I want to love...
I haven't read any of these books, but I can't wait to get started! For me, these are the ones that make The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle feel like Christmas in May.
Leigh Ann is a friend of mine, so I've seen some photos of her meals on Facebook. Seriously, I have got to try some of these 20-Minute Meals recipes. It makes me hungry just thinking about it!
I've been hearing glowing reviews of Embracing Beauty from friends of mine. I'm excited to be inspired to take care of my appearance for all the right reasons.
I need this book! I've been trying to be more intentional about memorizing God's Word, but it is always a challenge for me. I hope that God's Word in My Heart will give me the focus and direction I need.
I have been wanting The No Brainer Wardrobe forever. Um...because I actually want a no brainer wardrobe.
I saw Simple Blogging awhile back, and I really liked the idea of less computer time and better blogging. I've heard good things about this book, and the reviews are off the chart.
I could go on and on, but I just wanted to give you a taste of what you'll find in The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle (click to purchase or learn more). Personally, I'm thinking that it might make a perfect Mother's Day gift....for me!
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