Update: The bundle is still available, just not at the lower, limited-time price. The bonuses are also expired. But you can still grab the bundle at a great price of $47!
Despite the fact that there are 9 bodies, all with various hobbies and habits, inhabiting my home, I have a pretty good handle on the clutter situation.
My storage closets remain 2/3 full (or less). There are empty spaces in my home. I have a minimalist wardrobe so my personal closet is sparse. My kids’ hand-me-down clothing stash is tiny. I dislike too much visual stimuli, so I don’t keep a lot of knickknacks and tchotchkes around (I do love any excuse to use that word, tchotchkes).
So why did I just buy the Conquer Your Clutter Ultimate Bundle?
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become ever more conscious of my time (and energy constraints). Every weekend, it seems, my husband and I say to each other, “it’s Saturday again, already!?“.
Time just flies, especially as you get to un certain âge. I work ever harder to make sure I’m spending my time on the right things, to be more mindful of moving myself through my days.
A few things in particular about the Bundle caught my eye:
Firstly, Home Management for the Homeschool Mom: Simplifying the Big Things so You Don’t Miss the Little Things by Amy Roberts
Yep. Reading that one right away.
Also, very excited about Tsh Oxenreider’s newest ebook, currently available only in the Bundle:
Spend Your Days: How to Control Time with Rocks, Bullets, Chisels, and a Boat by Tsh Oxenreider
I have loved all of Tsh’s books, I’m sure this one won’t disappoint either.
And because the space between our ears is every bit as important, more even, than the spaces in our homes, this one intrigues me:
Mindspace: 10 Practices to Help You Let Go of Mental Clutter and Make Room for More Joyful, Creative Living by Melissa Camara Wilkins
In addition to all that, I’ve learned that fighting clutter is a neverending story. Despite what my schoolgirl self would wish, Atreyu isn’t coming to save me, so it’s up to me to fight the tide of stuff.
The Three Systems Every Family Needs by Saren Loosli – this one’s actually a webinar, so I can listen/watch while cooking dinner.
If I pick up a tip or two that makes my life run more smoothly? I’m a fan of that.
The Routine Cards (cute printables) look like they would be valuable for my kids, especially the 4 and 6-year olds, to help them stay on their routines.
There are a couple dozen more resources in the Bundle, including a 4-month free trial of YNAB (you need a budget), a wildly popular budgeting app that I’m constantly reading rave reviews of. I’m looking forward to trying this out.
For those of you unfamiliar with the Ultimate Bundles, they’re just that – huge, valuable bundles of ebooks, printables, audio and video and other resources of interest to us mom types. They’re packaged together and the priced dropped to rock-bottom. This bundle is only $
29.97 (update: this price expired, it’s now $47) even though you’re getting over $650 in product if priced individually.
Digital clutter is real too, so here’s a bit of advice.
I’ve purchased a few of these Bundles in the past, and I’ve passed on some too. If I have a need for the information, I go ahead and buy it. If I don’t, I pass.
Once I purchase, though, I immediately download all the resources to my laptop in a folder (I actually prefer to keep everything in Google Drive so it’s accessible from anywhere, but you can put it on your desktop too).
Then, I go through them quickly and immediately delete any that I know won’t interest me. What’s left sits on my computer or phone so that I can consume/read it when I have time and want something to read.
That’s what works for me and keeps me from getting overwhelmed.
The Bundle is
only available for a limited time available, but the bonuses aren’t , so go here soon if you’re interested, and check out the lineup!
(As you may have guessed, I’m using affiliate links. Rest assured that whenever I make a product recommendation, I’m an actual fan of the product and feel that it’s helpful and valuable, otherwise, I wouldn’t recommend it.)
p.s. I just sent a subscriber-only offer out; it entitles you to a free copy of any of my ebooks if you purchase the Bundle. If you’re not subscribed, go ahead and enter your name and email address in the box below. All you have to do is forward me your Bundle receipt email, then email me the title of the ebook you wish to have and I’ll forward it.