It’s a balancing act that I’m trying to figure out. I want to get more done in a day, but not at the detriment of less quality time with my girls. How do I plan on doing this? Back in December I decided I would try to
- Get up early
- Add snippets of scheduled time to my day
- Waste less time
- Add efficiencies and organization to my day.
My starting point was to start getting up earlier than my girls, so I could have uninterrupted time before they woke up. I have been successful in making this early morning wake-up a habit and have not looked back. I have a Bonus Hour each morning and I love having a little time to myself each morning. Read all about it here: How to Enjoy an Early, Joyful, and Productive Morning.
I also wanted to add efficiencies and organization to my day, so I could truly ENJOY the unscheduled time with my girls. Too much of the time, I’m staring at what I need to clean, cook, and organize and it’s hard for me to sit down and give 100% of my time.
I do not always see homemaking the same.. Sometimes I see it as a wonderful way to serve and show love to my husband and children. Othertimes I feel like it is just a chore and a distraction to just enjoying our time together.
- I want to want to have a clean house, but I do not want to spend hours every day making sure every corner of my home is spotless.
- I want to have healthy, homemade meals, but I have no issues serving cereal for dinner on occasion.
- I want to put others before myself as we are called to serve, but I want to have time alone for myself to refresh and have a break.
- I try to provide clean meals. I love the idea of a toxin-free home and try first for natural products and remedies, but I refuse to worry about all of it. I’m OK with picking and choosing.
- I am disciplined about getting rid of clutter in some areas of my home, but constantly ignore other areas.
- I strive to give my daughters my full attention at times, but am also OK zoning out and doing my own thing when they are playing nicely. Especially if it’s been a hectic day.
Homemaking can be hard work when you are exhausted from chasing littles all day, but it is also very rewarding! I do not enjoy meal planning and am less than stellar at having a dinner plan. When I do plan meals out and have served my husband meals he has enjoyed, it makes me feel happy to know that the work is worth it!
Sometimes I figure out ways to better organize and plan my day and household, other times I look for a resource that will help me do this. I enjoy researching and finding new ideas for running the home.
I find it especially helpful to look for books, eBooks or other online resources when my homemaking motivation is running low. Often times I only need to read about a new idea, new recipe or quick tip to motivate me to get back into whatever task or chore I’m dreading.
I am looking forward to The 2019 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle for this exact reason – Motivation, new ideas & quick tips! A skim of the titles was all I needed to be interested in this bundle. I’ve been digging in and it’s pretty amazing!
Even though it’s always a great deal and full of incredible resources, the 2019 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is the best one I’ve seen.
I’m excited to have my Habit Trackers included!
AND the bonuses are awesome. I have never been so excited about the bonuses. (4 months free of YNAB plus free products mailed to me!)
Seriously…it’s OK to get the bundle solely for the bonuses. $29.97 for over $350 in bonuses? Many of them physical products that will be mailed to your home? Yes please!
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle includes over 100 hand-picked eBooks, eCourses, and printables, on topics that matter to moms such as:
- decluttering and organizing
- ideas to help you balance all your roles
- healthy meal plans
- mothering tips
- marriage tips
- so much more related to homemaking
This bundle has you covered!
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle includes:
- 30 eCourses & Videos
- 28 eBooks
- 25 printable packs
- 16 workbooks
- 3 summits
- 2 membership sites
- over $350 in bonuses…some physical bonuses that can be mailed to your home!
… all curated to give you a helpful collection of resources to touch every part of your homemaking journey – at a price that’s too good to miss.
Here is a quick breakout of the categories:
- Creativity & Decor (10 products worth $299.95)
- Faith (13 products worth $212.82)
- For Kids (9 products worth $134.96)
- Home Management (13 products worth $269.93)
- Homeschooling (8 products worth $148.94)
- In the Kitchen (6 products worth $82.96)
- Marriage (6 products worth $80.95)
- Organization (10 products worth $227.00)
- Parenting (13 products worth $416.93)
- Self Care (10 products worth $266.95)
- Work at Home (6 products worth $157.98)
- Bonuses (11 bonuses worth $367.85)
Our homes will never be perfect. Our life will never be stress-free.
But learning smart strategies and solutions, and saving yourself time and stress trying to figure things out on your own, sure does go a long way.
>>> Don’t forget the bonuses <<<
The bonuses are worth more than $350. They include free kids’ books from Bookroo, $15 in the Cultivate What Matters Shop, 4 months of You Need a Budget, a set from PureCo including cocoa butter chapstick, relief salve + 1 bar of soap, free natural eyeshadow from Orglamix, Musik at Home, and much more.
This is one of the reasons this bundle is the best so far. I redeemed just a few bonuses already and just a few of my favorites are well over the cost of the bundle already!
I have wanted to try out YNAB for a while now and the longest free trial I have come across is 2 months, so I was pumped to see that a 4 month membership is included with the Bundle.
There is also an Early Bird Bonus if you purchase by Thursday night.
Early Bird Bonus is gone in…
Whether you want decluttering and organizing tips, ideas to help you balance all your roles, healthy meal plans, mothering or marriage tips, or anything else related to homemaking, this bundle has you covered. Get your copy!