A few days ago, I shared about The Ultimate Homemaking Ebook Bundle that runs through Saturday, 5/4.   Today, I wanted to share the books that I’ve read, worked through, and/or reviewed.


Raising Rock Stars – Kindergarten

While I haven’t used the Kindergarten one much, we have used the Preschool one for several months.   I plan on starting the Preschool one again with my 3 year old this fall and will be adding the Kindergarten activities for my 5 year old because she really likes the stories and the memory verses and misses doing it :).

The ABC’s For Godly Girls Curriculum

I purchased this when I first heard about it, but we haven’t USED it yet.  I did change how our homeschool day is scheduled and I think that we will start it in the fall when I start doing a letter theme with the 3 y/o.   I’m hoping we will be finished with Our 24 Family Ways by then.

The Homemakers Guide to Creating the Perfect Schedule

I recently used this e-book from Raising Arrows to get my stuff under control.   Unfortunately, I am out of energy at this point in my pregnancy, but the items I implemented from this book worked really well for the few months between the 1st and 3rd trimester where I had energy :).

20-Minute Meals

I’ve actually reviewed this book in full — see my post:  20 Minute Meals {Book Review}

Simply Summer

I reviewed this ebook, as well.  Check out the full review — Simply Summer Review.

Confessions of a Cloth Diaper Convert

I just purchased this during launch week a few weeks ago and read it from cover to cover.  While I’ve used cloth diapers off and on twice, I have learned a few things that have inspired me to give it a better try with the third baby.  And of course, I bought some fun new fluff to help others help me :).   Excellent book with things I didn’t know, even after doing it for several years.

Truth in the Tinsel

We’ve worked on using this for several Christmas’s.   The activities are great and the only limitation is me biting off more than I can chew.  Having the printable ornaments was greatly helpful in getting more done this last year.

That Works for Me!

I actually made it in this one with a post from my old site – Happy Homemaker Reviews.  You can see the full post here:  4 Ways to Freshen Your Room Without Paint. 

How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too

I reviewed this ebook, too.   Go to the full post to view my thoughts – How To Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too.


Check out my original post here to find out more about ALL 97 books included in the bundle plus all the great freebies included.

Please note: This collection is only available from 9 a.m. EST on April 29th to 11:59 p.m. EST on May 4th. There will be no late sales offered, so make sure that you get your bundle right away!


What are your favorite home management e-books?  Are you buying The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle?

Jen S.



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2 Comments on My Favorite Homemaking E-books

  1. bobbi @ revolution of love
    31 May 2013 at 8:20 PM (8 years ago)

    I finally finished downloading all the ebooks to my computer. I was wondering which to read first. Thanks to this post I now know. 🙂
    bobbi @ revolution of love´s last blog post ..{pretty, happy, funny, real} vol 67 & Theme Thursday: Self-Portrait


    jen Reply:

    I’m glad it helps! I’ve been devouring new ones when I’m in the mood to read, too. Such fun to have such knowledge at your fingertips!!


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