Have you heard of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle? Not sure if it’s worth it for you? Check out this honest review of the bundle and see if it’s right for you.
Every year I look forward to the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. It’s one of the only times each year that I buy new homemaking resources. It’s a good deal and it gives me resources to use all year so I rarely find myself wanting to buy others during the year.
Even though I love the bundle and find it worth it for myself it may not be for everyone. No product is right for everyone and it’s no longer a good deal if you won’t use it.
I want to share my thoughts on the bundle this year to help you decide if you will use it and if it’s worth it for you. I don’t want to just say “everyone buy this!” That wouldn’t be honest or helpful. Hopefully, this review will be helpful and make sure that if you are buying the bundle it really is a good deal for you.
What is the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle?
If you haven’t heard of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle or are still confused I want to first explain what it is.
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a resource that comes out each year and is full of different ebooks, eCourses, and more. Because it’s only available for a limited time it’s offered for a very low price. Here are the details for this year’s bundle.
- Price: $29.97 for the full bundle
- Value: 52 products worth $1298.36
- Contents: 14 eCourses, 9 eBooks, 8 Printable Packs, 8 Planners, 9 Workbooks, 3 Membership Sites and Summits
The categories include-
- Cleaning and Decluttering
- Organization and Decor
- In the Kitchen
- For Kids
- Family and Home
- For Kids
- It’s unlikely that all of the categories will apply to you. For me, I’m not really interested in all of the categories but there are enough products in the areas I’m interested in to still make it worth it.
- Some products have a higher price tag than what I think is a good price. When looking at what each product is valued several items had price tags that are higher than what I’d be willing to pay.
- It does lean heavily on the Christian side. If you aren’t a Christian or just prefer to keep faith and homemaking separate this could be a turn-off. Many products are not religious-based and I think there is still plenty of value there but it’s something to be aware of.
- You get a lot of great resources at once without having to search for them or pay full price for each product.
- The resources come from real people. These aren’t products coming from a bunch of so-called experts that haven’t actually experienced the struggles they are writing about. There is a place for those kinds of resources but it’s also nice to hear from real people that have been where you are and that’s what’s in this bundle.
- They are digital products so no added clutter. I know for some people this isn’t always positive but for me with limited space, I prefer this. Especially since many of the resources, I will likely only use once.
- If you actually use the resources you can end up saving money and reducing stress which is worth a lot more than the just under $30 price tag.
In conclusion, I think it is worth it assuming you make time to use the resources. I do enjoy the bundles myself and use the resources often.
My Favorite Resources
These are the resources I’m most excited about. Your favorites will likely be different but this will give you an idea of what’s in the bundle and what I’m enjoying.
Cleaning with Essential Oils: Your Guide to All Natural Cleaning (eBook) by Kristyn Bango $19.99
Learn about different microbes and the M.I.C. and how to formulate effective antimicrobial cleaners.
Declutter in Minutes (Planner) by Tracy Lynn $27.00
A planner that helps you to easily weave decluttering and organizing into your already busy day.
How to Plan Your Life: A Practical Approach to Actually Achieving Your Goals (eCourse) by Abby Lawson $12.00
An exclusive workshop designed to help you define your priorities, set specific, actionable goals based on those priorities, and then break those big goals down into easy-to-accomplish baby steps.
Time Management Freedom (eCourse) by Deanna Dolbel $97.00
Get more done in your online business so you can earn fabulous amounts of income in less time. A complete time management and productivity system for busy mom bosses.
Garden Harvest Recipes: A Plant to Plate Cookbook (eBook) by Holly Bertone $7.99
Living a healthy lifestyle begins with the food you put inside your body – these recipes will help you start!
Quick Start Guide to Water Bath Canning (eBook) by Victoria Pruett $7.50
Learn to water bath can jam, jelly, pie filling, salsa, pickles, and more!
Uncomplicated Kitchen: 3 Step System for Simpler Weeknight Cooking (eCourse) by Ruthy Kirwin $64.00
A proven 3-step system that will help you streamline your weeknight kitchen, and free up your time making dinner in the evenings.
These resources are a $235 value on their own and there are many others I’m interested in as well. This makes the $29.97 well worth it for me.
I also went through and figured out what I’d be willing to spend on each product if I was buying them alone because honestly, I wouldn’t buy some of these products at their full price. The number I came up with was $135. So that makes the bundle still an amazing value for me.
See a full list of the products included in the bundle to see which you think you would be interested in.
Order the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle
Does it sound like this is a good resource for you? You don’t want to wait to order. It’s only available through October 2nd.