The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle is finally here, and it’s packed full of good stuff.
On top of that, there are over $200 worth of bonus products you’ll really use! There’s even a useful Getting Started Guide included with your purchase, which will help you identify the most valuable resources for your specific health priorities so there’s no risk of getting overwhelmed.
And you can get access to this special collection of eBooks and eCourses with a total combined value of $1,030 for the ridiculously low price of just $29.97 (for the PDF version) or $39.97 (for the eReader version).
But truthfully, I don’t want to get all salesy on you.
(Is “salesy” even a word?!? Apparently, I don’t want to get all real-wordy on you either!)
I want you to know about this deal because I think you might want it and because I think I probably need it.
(If you want to skip reading my life story, you can click here for more info on the bundle or to buy now.)
Why I NEED to take a good look at healthy living:
I’m old. I might as well face it. I turned 40 a few months ago, and my hips will never be the same again. Neither will my metabolism. It’s true.
But my need for healthier living started long before my recent birthday. As a matter of fact, it started shortly before the birth of my oldest son.
When I was pregnant with my oldest kiddo, exactly nineteen years ago, I found a lump on my breast. I was just twenty-one years old.
I had already lost two aunts to cancer, and a third was fighting a losing battle for her life, so all I could think of was my poor little baby growing up without a mommy.
Once I started breathing again, I called my doctor in a panic. He saw me the next day, did a physical exam, pronounced me “fine” with “nothing to worry about”, and sent me on my way with a pat on the back.
I was only slightly relieved.
I couldn’t help but wonder how he magically knew I was “fine” and that I wouldn’t face the same fate as too many of my family members. A couple years later, with the lump still making its home in my left breast, I called The Ohio State University hospital (one of the best cancer facilities in the country) and made an appointment for myself.
That doctor didn’t pat my back. He did some tests and asked me to come back in a few months so he could observe any changes. The only problem was that when I returned for my follow-up, I was pregnant with our second child.
Pregnancy does things to your breasts (in case you haven’t noticed), and that lump was no exception. It had changed enough that the doctor wasn’t happy with saying there was “nothing to worry about,” and we scheduled a biopsy for when I entered my second trimester. I had to be awake for the entire procedure, but it was worth it to me.
I am thankful to report that everything really was fine, there wasn’t any cancer, and my pregnancy proceeded normally. I thought maybe I had survived my cancer scare, and I would never have to face it again. Wrong.
And Then Another One
Hormones mess with my boobs. Within a year after my third child was born, I found another lump, this time in my right breast. A mammogram revealed some possibly troubling tissue, and my doctor decided to do surgery to remove it.
Again, everything was “normal,” but I certainly didn’t feel very normal. Before I reached the age of thirty, I had needed to have TWO lumps removed from my breasts.
Two surgeries. Two scars. Two scares.
That was two too many, in my opinion.
Taking Action….Living in Denial
When I went through that second scare, I started wondering if there were any things I could do to reduce my cancer risks. At the time, there were few online resources, so I scoured the library for books….all of which contradicted each other.
So I quit. I didn’t quit on purpose, but with three young children, I didn’t have the time or energy to play doctor to myself. I didn’t know which “expert” was right, and I really didn’t want to go chasing after every new diet or fad.
And over time, it was just easier to pretend like my risks weren’t any higher than the average woman. Of course, the average woman has a pretty high risk, so I guess I was ignoring even more that simply pretending.
Do I do regular breast self-exams?
Do I have regular mammograms?
Do I go to the “lady doctor” every year?
Umm….please stop asking so many questions!
It’s Now or Maybe Never
I’m becoming more and more aware that I’m no spring chicken anymore. It’s weird. It’s like my body flipped a switch when it saw my birthday written on the calendar. I’m afraid my risks may have taken a giant leap forward, too.
I don’t want to sit in the doctor’s office one day and wonder “what if”. I don’t want to wish that I could turn back the clock because I can’t. I’ve already wasted years. Am I willing to waste another day?
So, that’s the long story of why I think this Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle is worth it. For you, it might be worth the interesting information and the confirmation that you’re on the right track. For me, it might be worth learning more about lifestyle changes that could affect me and my family forever.
God holds my life in His hands, but I still need to be a good steward of this body He’s given me. I need to be a good steward of this family He’s given me, too.
The Salesy Stuff
This Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle will only be on sale for 6 days – from 8am EST on Wednesday, September 10 until 11:59pm EST on Monday, September 15.
But don’t wait until the last moment – there are only 30,000 bundles available and once they’re gone, they’re gone!
The cool thing is that you can buy with confidence because your purchase is covered by the Ultimate Bundles one-year guarantee: you have a full year to enjoy all the books and courses in the bundle, and if you don’t feel like it’s made a huge difference to your family’s health, you’ll get your money back in full!
See? Pretty cool.
What’s in the bundle?
I know you’re eager to see exactly what’s included in this bundle, so feel free to head on over to the website, where you can see the full list of eBooks, eCourses, and bonus offers.
I decided that instead of naming each and every one of the never-ending list of ebooks and resources (and, yes, it does seem never-ending), I would just show you a few titles I’m especially excited about from each category. You can always click over to the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle website to see the entire list for yourself!
- DIY Natural Remedies by Nina Nelson @ Shalom Mama ($12.95)
- Essentials of Essential Oils: How to Use Essential Oils for Beginners by Rachel Ramey @ Titus 2 Homemaker ($2.99)
- The Nourished Metabolism by Elizabeth Walling @ The Nourished Life ($30.00)
- Essential Oils & Natural Health by Jessie Hawkins @ Vintage Remedies ($95.00)
- Let’s Do This! Getting Ahead in Your Real Food Kitchen by Laura Coppinger @ Heavenly Homemakers ($5.00)
- Real Food Cleansing Guide eBook & Webinar by Lisa Grace Byrne, MPH @ WellGrounded Life ($29.00)
- 42 Days to Fit by Brandy Ferguson, Emma Swanston, and Stacy Karen @ 42 Days to Fit ($4.99)
- Get Up & Go! Fun Ideas for Getting Fit as a Family by Jennifer Flanders @ Loving Life at Home ($9.95)
- Natural Homestead by Jill Winger @ The Prairie Homestead ($24.95)
- The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil by Susan Vinskofski @ learningandyearning ($18.00)
- The Gardening Notebook by Angi Schneider @ SchneiderPeeps ($9.95)
- A Simply Homemade Clean by Lisa Barthuly @ His Homestead Originals ($12.95)
- Clean & Simple: 7 Inexpensive Ingredients, 12 Green Cleaning Recipes That Work by Stephanie Langford @ Keeper of the Home ($2.99)
- DIY Natural Household Cleaners by Matt and Betsy Jabs @ DIY Natural ($9.99)
- A Practical Guide to Children’s Health by Kate Tietje @ Modern Alternative Mama ($17.95)
- Kids Eat Real Food: How to Raise Kids Who LOVE Real Food by Vanessa Pruitt @ Natural Family Today ($16.99)
- The Happy Housewife’s Guide to Dealing with Picky Eaters by Toni Anderson @ The Happy Housewife
- 7 Day Real Food Challenge: Winter Menu by Roxanne King @ The Holistic Mama ($19.00)
- Making Organic Food Affordable: A Step-by-Step Approach for Lowering Your Costs by 50% or More by Tara Wagner @ Sustainable Baby Steps ($18.00)
- Recipe Binder Printables by Laura Smith @ IHeartPlanners ($10.00)
- A Beginner’s Guide to Natural Hair Care by Becky Marie @ For This Season ($4.99)
- DIY Face Masks and Scrubs: Natural & Nourishing Homemade Skin Care by Stacy Karen @ A Delightful Home ($5.99)
- Easy Beauty Recipes by Kelly McNelis @ New Leaf Wellness ($5.99)
- 42 Simple & Healthy Dinners by Brandy Ferguson, Emma Swanston, and Stacy Karen @ 42 Days to Fit ($4.99)
- Easy. Homemade. (2nd Edition) by Mandi Ehman @ Life Your Way ($5.99)
- From Scratch: Easy Recipes for Traditionally Prepared Whole-Food Dishes by Shaye Elliott @ The Elliott Homestead ($9.99)
- Nourishing Cookies for a Healthy Holiday: 10 Naturally Sweetened Holiday Cookie Recipes by Diana Bauman @ My Humble Kitchen ($4.99)
- Simply Salads by Season by Kristen Michaelis @ Food Renegade ($17.95)
- 31 Days of Gluten Free Meals by Erin Chase @ $5 Dinners ($1.99)
- Gluten Free & Grain Free Breads, Batters and Doughs by Halle Cottis @ Whole Lifestyle Nutrition ($24.95)
- Grain Free Grab-n-Go: Recipes for Portable Meals on the Go! by Hayley Barisa Ryczek @ Health Starts in the Kitchen ($9.97)
- Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat by Melissa Joulwan @ The Clothes Make The Girl ($9.95)
Remember, this bundle is available for 6 days only, from 7 a.m. (EST) on Wednesday, September 10th to 11:59 p.m. (EST) on Monday, September 15th.