Back-to-School eBook Bundle

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I just received word about this fantastic eBook deal that will be available through Wednesday, and I jumped on the opportunity myself, even though I already own one of the books: Tell Your Time.

Through Wednesday only, you can get 5 great eBooks for only $10! This package includes:

Tell Your Time
by Amy Lynn Andrews

Tell Your Time: How To Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Free outlines a straightforward, step-by-step approach to controlling your schedule and ensuring the important things don’t fall through the cracks.”

Create Your Perfect Cleaning Schedule
by Christine Satterfield

Create Your Perfect Cleaning Schedule is a step-by-step guide to create a plan tailor made for you. It has a master list of every possible cleaning task that came to mind and many of them link back to “how to” posts so you can complete them better and faster.

The No-Brainer Wardrobe
by Hayley Morgan (also known as the Tiny Twig)

The No Brainer Wardrobe is a book to help women learn to love the clothes they have, lose the clothes they hate, shop for items to fill the gaps. The book contains over 80 pages of content, including images outlining outfit selections, how to shop, and how to build a lookbook.

This book was on my “to buy” radar for when I return to my normal-sized clothes, so I jumped at this deal to get it with these other ebooks!

Cupcakes!
by Liz Latham

“Whether you are an accomplished baker or a novice, you will love these quick, easy and fun cupcakes.”

Feast in Fifteen
by Tiffany King

Feast in Fifteen provides “tips for speed cooking dinner; 2 weekly menus with complete shopping lists – the planning is done for you; and recipes like Italian Nachos, Meatball Gyros, Garlic Lime Shrimp and more that your family will love.

The cost to buy all 5 eBooks separately is $28.95. For this week only, you can get them all for just $10.

(hurry! The back to school boost for moms won’t be available after August 8.)

Yes, the links are affiliate links, but I bought this package myself and have already been using and enjoying Tell Your Time and eyeing The No-Brainer Wardrobe. :)

2 Responses

  1. Brandy @ Afterthoughts
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    Sigh. Why do I let you *do* this to me? No other blogger is able to convince me to buy something…EVER.

    But you!

    You basically paid me my affiliate earnings yesterday, and I spent all of it and then some on this eBook collection!

    He he.

    That book on the wardrobe has been on my radar a long time, too, so if I can get that AND make awesome cupcakes, why not? My hunch is that the 15 minute dinner gal isn’t cooking for six plus company, but I’m willing to check it out nonetheless. With adding a goat to my afternoon/evening schedule, I always feel behind on dinner.

    The real point of this comment is to tell you that I forgot how to dress while I was pregnant for six years and I’ve basically been confused about what to wear for the four years since, so my entire family may thank you for this.

    • Mystie
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      You’re so funny. :) I’m guessing the 15 minute meals book has more packaged or processed food than I’m comfortable with, but I haven’t looked at it yet. Dinner with a main dish and salad from scratch can take 15 minutes just of chopping!

      I got on a “What to Wear” library book kick when I was working on baby-weight loss after Knox, but I should have taken notes. It helped with the motivation of getting the weight off (I wasn’t going to buy new clothes until I did), but I didn’t really have enough time with the weight off to do much except purge before I was pregnant again. :)

      I have very few maternity clothes this time around. Most of what I had was terribly unflattering old pre-spandex & lyra potato sacks or impractical button-ups. Now I have 2 jeans, 3 skirts, and 4 shirts (plus my collection of extra-long stretchy camis that I’m stretching out but still using for layering) that fit at this point. So it’s an enforced trial run of a “capsule” wardrobe, I suppose. :)

      I need to break myself of the habit of “liking” and buying a shirt or sweater just because it’s $2 at a thrift store or $4 on clearance. Time to grow up, I think, and grow out of my make-do thrift clothes because I’ve been up and down in sizes (I have everything from 8 to 16!) so frequently for the last 10 years.

      We can do it!