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Note: This is an OUTDATED review for the 2016 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.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.

Ultimate Productivity Bundle review

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.


dashedbarI 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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