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Simplify Your Family Life HUGE eBook Sale

In celebration of the sale below, all of this week's posts will focus on simplifying family life.

Last year, I purchased a $450 set of eBooks from some of my favorite bloggers for only $47. Included were gems like Real Food on a Real Budget, Inside-Out Simplicity, Tell Your Time, Finding Educational Activities in Unexpected Places, Smalltopia, and others.

It's taken me a whole year to read them all, but I have. I'm so glad I bought the whole thing; they helped me to make some very big changes in my life, especially as we began to purge our overstuffed home and feed our kids healthier foods.

A few weeks ago, I found out there would be a sale this year, and I was excited to see what books were included.simplify family life

I also jumped up and down like a crazy person for several days because my ebook, Make Money Blogging, is included in the set! Seriously. It is almost too good to be true.

I just published Make Money Blogging this past week. It is packed full of information that will help bloggers to make the money they deserve, and I'm beyond excited that it will be downloaded thousands of times as part of the Simplify Your Life package.

Simplify Your Family Life Sale

This year's ebook package includes 38 ebooks – many of which I was considering to buy myself – for only $29. I can't even get my mind around that.

It's less than $2 a book, and these are among the best ebooks available today.

Simplify Your Family – Blogging & Business

  • Make Money Blogging by Tara Ziegmont. $4.99. Learn how to prepare your blog for making money and where and how to proceed to profits. This practical guide explains how to increase your readership, decipher all of the different kinds of advertising, and sell your site without selling out.
  • Your Blogging Business: Tax Talk & Tips from a Bookkeeper Turned Blogger by Nikki Hughes. $4.99. This is the book I wish I'd had when I began blogging. I'm a dunce when it comes to bookkeeping and business paperwork, and Your Blogging Business explains it all from start to finish.
  • Blogger Behave by Laura Booz. $4.99. Love your life! Love your blog! This personal and easy-to-read guide teaches bloggers to blog with integrity and without regret, including how to cast a vision statement, establish practical expectations, write transparent posts, balance your time, and more.
  • How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too by Mandi Ehman. $12. Learn how to balance your work from home career with your family life and home in this excellent book. Divided into three sections, the book offers tips and shortcuts that will maximize your time and help you to manage it all.
  • Tap Into Your Unique Creativity and Self Expression Webinar by Lisa Byrne. $39.
  • Tell Your Time by Amy Lynn Andrews. $4.99. This powerhouse will walk you through setting priorities, identifying what can and cannot fit into your schedule, and how to actually create a schedule that works for you and your family.

Simplify Your Family – Food & Cooking

  • Get Lean Recipe for Success by Nisha Riggs. $37. Designed to help you get your healthy body back, this ebook will kick start your weightloss goals by teaching you to listen to your body and give it what it uniquely needs.
  • Got Dinner? by Susan Heid. $4. This recipe collection contains more than 40 quick and easy recipes, meal planning resources, and conversation starters to simplify your mealtimes forever.
  • How To Cook For Yourself: A Complete Beginner's Guide. $35. How to Cook For Yourself is “a complete guide to meal planning, grocery store strategizing, learning the ins and outs of cooking basics and techniques, and a one-stop resource to teach you how to cook for yourself in a way that is simple and can easily integrate with your life, right now.” I wish this had been around when I was trying to learn how to cook twelve years ago. I would have ingested a lot less Hamburger Helper.
  • Plan It, Don't Panic by Stephanie Langford. $4.99. Have you ever consistently planned your meals ahead? It is a time and money saver that you can't believe until you actually do it. Meals can be prepped ahead of time, and there is no last minute scrambling only to end up at the Chinese restaurant down the street. Learn how to plan the right way with this ebook.
  • Real Food Basics by Kate Tietje. $6.95 Have you ever wondered how to get rid of the processed foods you rely on and move to a healthier diet based primarily on real, whole foods? There's nothing mysterious or weird about it; it's a cookbook and primer brimming with real comfort food.
  • Real Food, Real Easy by Nikki Hughes. $9.95. Why is real food important, anyway? And who has time for soaking and sprouting their own grains? Compiled by seven bloggers, this guide shows you the quickest and easiest way to get back to a real food diet. Including more than 70 recipes plus tips and tutorials, this ebook contains something for everyone who eats.
  • Smart Sweets by Katie Kimball. $9.95. After downloading and reading Healthy Snacks to Go! last year, I would buy anything that Katie wrote. I think of that book every time I open my pantry. In it, she talks about having lots of ingredients but nothing ready to eat; it's the same problem I have at my house. In this book, Katie shares 30 recipes for real food novices and experts alike.
  • The Everything Beans Book by Katie Kimball. $9.95. I have been wanting to buy this ebook for so long, and I'm SO excited that it's part of this year's sale. It explains every step from buying dried beans to storing and using them, plus 30 recipes for everything from pasta to dessert.

Simplify Your Family – Home Management

  • 2012 Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner by Susan Heid. $9. This weekly planner uses checklists of manageable tasks to get your house and life in order. It even includes devotional and personal care items.
  • Clean Start: Your Guide to Natural Home Cleaning. $4.95. Are you tired of cleaning your home with poisonous chemicals? This guide will help you ditch them and get started with safe, natural cleansers (that you may already have in your kitchen).
  • Complete Printables Download Pack by Mandi Ehman. $7. Life Your Way includes over 200 printables for everything from holiday gift lists to babysitter information and emergency phone numbers. This package compiles them all in one quick download.
  • Food on Your Face for Acne & Oily Skin by Crunchy Betty. $7.99. Crunchy Betty cleared her oily, acne-prone skin using these 35 food-based recipes, and you can use them, too.
  • From Debtor to Better by Barry Myers. $15. Barry and his wife Stacy paid off $20,000 in debt in less than 8 months. A financial counselor and former debt collector, Barry explains what debt is, warns of pitfalls to avoid, and explains how to get out of debt as quickly – and safely – as possible.
  • My Buttered Life {Summer + Gift Giving Editions} by Renee Harris. $10. These two ebooks contain a total of 10 recipes – each with 5 ingredients or less – that will have you making everything from sunscreen to lip balm from healthy ingredients. I can't wait to get started!
  • Not a DIY Diva by Melissa Michaels. $3.99. “In the image-obsessed, try-hard-to-keep-up world we live in, this ebook inspires us to seek authenticity and find beauty and contentment in the home and life we have. Whether you are a DIY genius or not-so-much-one, you'll find encouragement to live a life that is authentic to YOU.” (from the book's website)
  • One Bite at a Time by Tsh Oxenrider. $5. You know I bought this book the first day it was published, right? Tsh shares 52 steps toward a simpler, richer, better life. She calls it her simple living handbook, a checklist for herself. I call it goals for living more fully.
  • What Works for Me by Kristen Welch. $8. I have some tips featured in this one. It's a compilation of more than 800 tips from the best of Works for Me Wednesdays from the last five years.

Simplify Family Life – Love & Marriage

  • A Simple Marriage by Dr. Corey Allan. $4.99. Do you want your kids to have a better marriage than you do? Is your marriage monotonous and dull or fraught with arguments? Would you rather spend time mindlessly playing computer games than taking to your spouse? You need A Simple Marriage. It's not a crisis intervention; it's a tool for bored spouses to design a life that's fully alive, searching themselves for the best version of their marriage.
  • Buck Naked Marriage by Dr. Corey Allan. $2.99. Relationships, like homes, suffer from all of the clutter of daily living. Corey Allan will help you strip your marriage down to its buck naked best, free of distraction. He will guide you through the ten key elements to an amazing marriage and teach you to minimize the impact of everything else.
  • Entangled by Amy J. Bennett. $4.99. Do you have a work spouse or an old friend with whom you connect better than you do with the fella you married a while ago? Amy did, six years ago. Her marriage survived her emotional affair by the grace of God, and she walks you through the warning signs, how to get out, and how to avoid an emotional affair that could devastate your own marriage. Emotional affairs are dangerous and seductive; Entangled will help you avoid them.
  • The A to Z Guide: 26 Ways in 26 Days to a Happier, Healthier Marriage by The Dating Divas. $9.97. I don't know how I've never heard of the Dating Divas until now, but I'm so glad I did! I've bookmarked their site, and I can't wait to go back and spend some time exploring it. The Dating Divas are eleven wives whose mission is to help others to cherish, nurture, protect, and enjoy their marriages. The 26 tips in this book are guaranteed to take your marriage from lukewarm to hot in less than a month.

Simplify Family Life – Kids & Family

  • 4 Moms of 35+ Kids Answer Your Parenting Questions by the 4 Moms. $7.99. Connie, one of the 4 moms, might be an angel sent by God Himself. In the middle of a hectic blogging conference, she sat down next to me and spoke words that my heart had been longing to hear. She told me her story and set my own in motion. Her words  encouraged me to follow my heart and come home to my children. I will be forever grateful.
    Anyway, these 4 moms know a thing or two about mothering. Between them, they have almost 40 children. Their popular blog columns have been inspiring moms (like me!) for years, and now, they've compiled all of their advice – on everything from church time to naps to talking to your kids about sex – into one easy resource.
  • Flourishing Spring: Nourishing Activities for Rainy Days by Michele Augur. $5.95. What do you do with your kids when it's raining and you can't get outside? Too many days, I have been guilty of turning on the tv and waiting for the day to pass. That's not what mothering is all about! Michele offers more than 25 suggestions for intentional activities that you and your kids can enjoy when there's nothing else to do.
  • Mindset for Moms by Jamie Martin. $4.99. Are you ready to love your life? Being a mom is hard work, often mundane and thankless, but you don't have to live a mundane life! I was tired and restless and irritable when I read this book last year. Jamie's words are simple, but they changed my life. It's not about the tasks; it's about your mindset, your attitude. Mindset for Moms is a real gem, and it will change your life, too, if you let it.
  • Nurturing Creativity: A Guide for Busy Moms by Renee Tougas. $3. Renee is a homeschooling mom of three, and her blog, Fun in My Backyard, is one of the best homeschool/parenting blogs on the internet. She is passionate and creative about children and teaching and learning and nature, and she wants you to be passionate and creative, too. I can't wait to read this one!
  • Parenting with Positive Guidance by Amanda Morgan. $9. No parenting book can change your children, but are you ready for one that will change you so that you react to them in the best way possible? Parenting with Positive Guidance is the book you've been waiting for – packed with concrete suggestions to everyday struggles, it will help you build discipline in your children from the inside out.
  • Truth in the Tinsel by Amanda White. $6.99. Have you ever wished that Christmas was more about Jesus and less about presents and decorations? This book is your answer. An Advent devotional for children, Truth in the Tinsel walks you through 24 craft-based lessons that will leave your children craving Jesus. I did this with Grace last year, and she loved it. I loved hearing her tell her dad about the baby kicking in Elizabeth's tummy and that Jesus was the rising sun in a dark day. She really got each and every message.

Simplify Family Life – Simplicity & Minimalism

  • 101 Ways to Simplify Your Life by Dr. Laura Aridgides. $9.95. It is so easy to become a victim to the crazy when you're running a home-based business. 101 Ways to Simplify Your Life offers concrete suggestions for streamlining and working your business – without all of the distractions of the urgent and unnecessary.
  • 3 2 1 – Stop by Lorilee Lippincott. $9.97. You don't have to be a slave to a crazy schedule or a crazy home. Read Lorilee's memoir as she and her family quit the crazy and embraced simple, minimalist living. Full of humor and practical tips, 3 2 1 – Stop will help your family to stop running the race and start living a life.
  • Inside-Out Simplicity by Joshua Becker. $11.99. This is one of the few ebooks that was also in last year's sale. Inside-Out Simplicity inspired me to value my space more than my stuff and begin the long, slow purging process. We're still in the midst, but we have made thousands of dollars worth of donations to charity and felt our home open up in ways we never expected.
  • Simple Ways to Be More with Less by Courtney Carver. $9.97. With chapters from Zen Habits' Leo Babauta, Becoming Minimlaist's Joshua Becker, Rowdy Kitten's Tammy Strobel, and more, Simple Ways to Be More With Less promises to challenge you, brighten your day, and change your world.  Filled with practical tools, tips, and advice, it promises to help you slow down and focus on what's really important.
  • The Minimalist Mom's Guide to Baby's First Year by Rachel Jonat.$9.95. I wish I'd had a book like this when I was pregnant with Grace. I think I purchased every gadget and piece of gear that could possibly have been related to a newborn – and half of it went completely unused. The Minimalist Mom's Guide to Baby's First Year promises to free new moms from baby clutter while showing them how to slow down, do more with less, and enjoy baby's early days. It sounds like a perfect gift for any mom-to-be.

Wait a minute. All of those books for only $29?! What's the catch?

The only catch is that this sale lasts for 4 days and 4 days only. It opens at 8 am eastern on Monday, April 16, and it closes this Friday, April 20 at 8 am eastern.

If you'd rather buy just one or two of the ebooks, use the links above to do that. I honestly believe that each and every one is worth way more than its purchase price. If, on the other hand, you want to take advantage of the big sale, buy them all for $29.

Don't wait! There will not be any late sales. By 8:05 on Friday morning, the cost for all 38 ebooks will again be over $375.

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