Note: This is an OUTDATED review for the 2016 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. Are you looking for a different bundle review? See all my other Ultimate Bundles reviews HERE.
Where possible I include Amazon (affiliate) links for your further review, as well as my personal review after a quick skim. Click here to be taken back to my main review page to see the other books/courses/bonuses included in the 2016 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.
Family Budget Challenge by Shannon Brown at Growing Slower ($37)
Finally, a course that will teach you how to make a budget and stick to it, at last! Take the Family Budget Challenge to see lasting changes.
Ronni’s Review: to be written…
Frugal Fresh Start by Stephanie Jones at Six Figures Under ($4.99) ** SEE AMAZON REVIEWS HERE **
Frugal Fresh Start will help you trim your expenses, build your budget and fix your finances.
Ronni’s Review: 88 page on the pdf. This feels like an actual ebook, complete with linked table of contents, divided into a 28-day plan. I skimmed through the first couple days/challenges and I like how the huge overwhelming task of creating a family budget is divided up into bit-size sections. I think this one would be helpful to those who need it.
Kids’ Responsibility & Money Management Kit by Stephanie Morgan at The Peaceful Mom ($7.99)
Give your kids the gifts of autonomy, family contribution, money smarts, and a giving heart with MPMK’s Kids’ Responsibilities & Money Management Kit.
Ronni’s Review: not really an ebook at all. It’s a 10 page .pdf document with a bunch of printables. Don’t get me wrong, the printables are actually really cute and would be a great way to teach kids about money. I’ll probably use this in the near future with my soon-to-be-kindergartner. But, just so you know what you’re getting. It’s 10 pages of printables. Not an ebook.
Punch Plastic in the Face by Kimberlee Stokes at The Peaceful Mom ($7)
Discover the simple secrets you need to become credit card and debt free in Punch Plastic in the Face.
Ronni’s Review: short little ebook. 23 pages in the .pdf. Felt like this could have been a long blog post with some printables. Or maybe a couple bucks for a mini-course online that included the action steps and “fill-in-the-blank goals sheets”. While I really like the message of this ebook (KP and have had our share of money trouble and credit cards and had to change to a lifestyle without them) – I don’t feel like it was worth the $7 retail asked for. It’s not a bad place to start if you seriously have no idea how to get out from credit card debt…but it’s not very substantive as a stand-alone ebook.
I hope this helps you make a better decision for yourself if you should purchase the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle or not! Click here to be taken back to my main review page to see the other books/courses/bonuses included.
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