So in my reading recap yesterday, I said that I am going to try reading more eBooks this month to see if that would increase the volume of reading I was doing.
I started the month with a bang by starting and finishing the eBook What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast: A Short Guide to Making Over Your Mornings–and Life. I bought this in February because I am such a morning person anyway that I thought it would be an interesting read. It wasn’t very long, but chock full of inspiration and useful insights. I started it during the kids’ bathtime and finished it before bed.
I’m now even more excited to read more eBooks!
Yesterday, I also downloaded many of the 97 titles from the amazing Homemaker eBook bundle that is on sale for only $29.97 this week. I love that these books are geared toward women and that by buying it we are supporting so many women. Here are 7 books I am especially excited about.
Handmade Walls by Jamin and Ashley @ the handmade home ($9.95): I have wanted this book since I first read about it on The Nester’s blog, but $9.95 for one eBook seemed like too much. But now to get it with 96 other titles – YES, PLEASE. It is full of pictures and inspiration. I can’t wait to dive in.
Your Grocery Budget Toolbox by Anne @ Authentic Simplicity ($7.99): In reviewing our budget this past month, we realized that we really need to cut back our grocery budget. I have done coupons in the past, but need a bit of a reset. I am excited to read through Anne’s book for a reminder of things I’ve done in the past + some new tips.
Mindset for Moms by Jamie @ Steady Days ($4.99): I love reading motherhood books that are practical and encouraging. My friend Tsh says about this book: “As I read, the old proverb kept playing in my head—’As a man thinketh, so is he.’ Jamie’s words are gold! Short enough to read throughout a busy day, but essential enough to not go without.” Sounds like a perfect book for me.
Tell Your Time by Amy @ Blogging with Amy ($2.99): I met Amy at Killer Tribes this year. She is incredible at time management, but not in a “better-than-you” way. She is a mom and a business woman and I know I’ll learn some great tips from this book.
Holiday Mixes: Gifts in a Jar by Kristy @ Little Natural Cottage ($4.00)
I have pinned many craft and gift ideas of mixes in jars, so I love the idea of having many ideas in one ebook. Lots of inspiration for thoughtful and frugal gifts.
28 Days to Hope for your Home by Dana @ A Slob Comes Clean ($5.00): I have confessed before that I am not the neatest person when it comes to keeping a home. I am hoping that this book gives me a kick in the pants from a writer who gets it.
To buy this incredible eBook bundle, click here. In addition to the 97 eBooks, you’ll also get $140 in freebies.
Will you join me in reading more eBooks this month – and this year? Let’s invest in ourselves by making time to read!
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