Educents Back To School Blowout Sale

If you are a teacher, homeschool teacher or parent looking for educational items, be sure to check out Educents biggest sale ever going on from July 30 – August 2, 2014.

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I love the deals I can often find on Educents and think you will too.

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Ebook Bundle #44: Kitchen Essentials

Bundle #44: Kitchen Essentials

From meal planning and freezer cooking to organizing your kitchen and preparing your own mixes ahead of time, this week’s bundle will help you save time and money in the kitchen. Discover new recipes, time- and money-saving strategies, and more so that you can enjoy preparing dinner for your family rather than dreading the dinner hour!

This week only, get all five of these resources for almost 85% off:

Meal Planning Made Easy Workshop from Lisa Byrne
In the Meal Planning Made Easy Workshop, Lisa offers a 30-minute webinar, downloadable meal planning templates, the Happy Mom, Healthy Family ebook and more. Through this workshop, she’ll help you discover how to make meal prep and dinnertime less stressed, how to savor meals and avoid wasting timing in the kitchen, and how to save money by preventing food waste. The package also includes more than 85 recipes from Lisa’s kitchen and top food bloggers to inspire you in the kitchen!

The ABCs of Freezer Cooking by KM Logan
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to have an extra hour in the evening to yourself and not have to worry about the dreaded question, “Hey Mom, what’s for dinner?+F1” then freezer cooking just might be for you. KM’s The ABCs of Freezer Cooking will teach you how to — and how not to — prepare freezer meals for your family. Whether you want to cook all of your meals for a month in just one day or prepare just a few extra meals for when you’re family is particularly busy, this book is full of helpful tips and tricks to help you make it happen. Learn how to write a freezer cooking meal plan, money saving strategies, 15 basic recipes, and even how to utilize freezer cooking as a weight loss tool!

The Cottage Mama’s Wholesome Mixes by Kristy Howard
In The Cottage Mama’s Wholesome Mixes ebook, Kristy shows you how to prepare and store your own healthy, homemade make-ahead recipes as well as how to give them as gifts! This ebook includes 27 of her favorite tried-and-true make-ahead mixes to help you save time and money in the kitchen. You’ll even find a cost breakdown for each mix so you can see just how much you’re saving (like the $0.34 chocolate cake mix, for example!).

Do the Funky Kitchen by Laura Coppinger
Having a hard time finding your kitchen? Don’t know what to do with it once you find it? In Do the Funky Kitchen, Laura helps you get your kitchen organized and functional once and for all! Let this e-book inspire you to clear off your countertops and clean out your fridge, pantry and cabinets so that you can be more efficient with your time and energy in your kitchen.

Sunday Savings by Tricia Hodges
Bring back Sunday dinners at home with delicious meals that are easy to prepare! Learn how to save $1,500 a year simply by eating Sunday dinner at home with recipes for four months of Sundays, including sides and favorite desserts. With this collection of slow cooker and make-ahead meals and strategies you can use to save money every day of the week, Tricia shows you how to make Sunday the best day of the week without slaving away in the kitchen.

The Kitchen Essentials bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 11/4. Get yours today!

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Ebook Bundle #43: Real Food For Winter

Bundle #43: Real Food for Winter

As the cold months approach, we’ve put together a bundle packed full of seasonal, real food recipes to help your family stay healthy, nourished and satisfied this winter! This collection includes more than 175 recipes at almost 80% off their retail price from bloggers who are known for their delicious and nourishing real food recipes.

Get all 5 of these ebooks this week only:

Nourishing Menu Plans on a Budget by Diana Bauman
In Nourishing Menu Plans on a Budget, Diana shares more than 20 meals plus recipes for homemade stock, salad dressings and desserts to help make cooking real food simple for your family. She’s also included a menu plan and shopping lists to help you save money in the process. Planning ahead is the key to serving healthy, nourishing meals, and this ebook offers you a month off from meal planning with recipes your family is sure to love.

Soups, Chilis & Stews: From My Table to Yours from Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
While soups are simple to make, they are bursting with complex flavors and offer a deliciously simple and nutritious meal for your family. Unfortunately, most canned soups are full of preservatives and sodium, but in Soups, Chilis & Stews, Lynn shows you how to cook healthier versions at home just as easily. These recipes are hearty and filling, easy to freeze and perfect for winter evenings!

Simple Food {For Winter} by Shannon Stonger
Simple Food {For Winter} is a seasonal cookbook that emphasize real food and sustainable living with 30 grain-free recipes. Shannon also shows you how to make grain-free biscuits that are tender on the inside and crisp on the outside, identify and prepare the foods that your body needs most during the winter, use the squash, turnips, kale, lacto-fermented and dehydrated vegetables that are the backbone of winter vegetables, get the most out of your beans through soaking and sprouting, and much, much more.

Wholesome Comfort by Kate Tietje
Comfort food is perfect in the snowy winter — warm, creamy, and satisfying. In Wholesome Comfort, Kate offers more than 40 tried-and-true, down-home comfort food recipes made with only real food ingredients. This cookbook offers recipes that will make you feel as good as they looks and taste, with no guilt or after-effects: Food that nourishes while it comforts. Food that’s reminiscent of perfect family favorites…and will become new family favorites.

Steeped: Simple Nourishing Teas and Treats by Katherine Stanley
Discover the simple pleasure of curling up with a cup of hot tea on a cold winter day or sharing tea with friends and family through Katherine’s Steeped: Simple Nourishing Teas and Treats. With more than 50 recipes for scones, breads, ice creams, teas, sandwiches and salads plus an introduction to tea essentials, this ebook will help you view tea time in a whole new way!

The Real Food for Winter bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 10/28. Get yours today!

Remember – you can read these books on your kindle app able device(smartphone). Just read this post on how to read ebooks with a Kindle App.  You don’t have to have a kindle to use the app.  

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Taming The Laundry Monster Ebook: Review and Giveaway

I was quite thrilled when Angi over at Sneider Peeps asked me to review Taming the Laundry Monster, the first ebook in her series The Busy Mom’s Guide.

I know most of you don’t have it all together when it comes to laundry, and I can promise you that I fit into that group as well.  Laundry has always been a monster in my book, but Angi has pointed put some great ways to help deal with that monster.

I thoroughly enjoyed the read.  She managed to add humor into reading about a mundane task that reaks havoc on all of us.

I also liked the different ways that she presented to help solve your laundry problem.  She not only tells you about the way that works best for her family, but other ways that may work for you.

If you struggle with the laundry monster or know someone who does, I hope you will consider purchasing Angi’s helpful book.

I look forward to reading the other books she comes out with in the series.

Taming the Laundry Monster is on sale for $.99 using the code FRUGAL provided by Angi for practicing frugal readers.  This code is good until the end of day October 6th.

You can also enter to win a pdf version of Taming the Laundry Monster by telling us what your biggest laundry battle is.  If you don’t have any laundry battles, what do you have trouble getting done? Just leave a comment letting us know and you will be entered in the contest.

The contest will run until midnight on Saturday, October 5th.  One entry per person.

Remember that you can read the ebooks you download to your computer on a Kindle, smartphone or tablet.  Check out my recent post on How To Read Ebooks On Your Kindle or Kindle App Device.

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Ebook Bundle #40: Kids In The Kitchen

Bundle #40: Kids in the Kitchen

Get your kids in the kitchen with this great collection of cookbooks for kids. With easy-to-follow recipes, guidelines and schedules for teaching kitchen skills, and encouragement that your investment will pay off, this bundle will help you discover the fun of cooking with kids while teaching them important skills that will serve them for a lifetime.

This week only, get all five of these ebooks for more than 85% off:

Cooking 101 for Kids by Lynn at Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
Teaching your kids to cook will help them save money as adults and provide a foundation of healthy eating habits. In Cooking 101 for Kids, Lynn covers the basics of measurements, tools, common ingredients, and how to follow a recipe before delving into recipes for breakfast, snacks, appetizers, side dishes, desserts and treats. With practical tips and insight into the “why” of it all, this ebook will help you teach your children to be confident and capable in the kitchen.

Real Food Kids: In the Kitchen from GNOWFGLINS
Discover the philosophy that “everyone eats, everyone cooks” so you can teach joyful, willing, and good workers in the kitchen — for today and the future. GNOWFGLINS’ Real Food Kids: In the Kitchen offers fun and simple lessons and helpful, you-can-start-implementing-today strategies. Kitchen time is easy, fun, and rewarding when everyone pitches in, and this content-packed ebook includes all 19 lessons from the Real Food Kids ecourse, printable worksheets, schedules for teaching various skills, ideas for involving even the youngest children and tons of nutritious recipes!

Cupcakes! 12 Months of Happiness by Liz Latham
Cupcakes! 12 Months of Happiness offers 12 cupcake ideas, one for each month of the year. These are perfect for sharing with friends and family, a great way to spend an afternoon with your kids, and a fun and festive way to celebrate the special days throughout the year. Each one is sure to be enjoyed by kids and adults alike!

Adventures with Kids! In the Kitchen by Charra Shopp
In Adventures with Kids! In the Kitchen, Chara encourages and teaches you when, how and why to bring your kids into the kitchen. You’ll learn the benefits of having your kids in the kitchen, real food kitchen skills such as soaking, sprouting, culturing and more, and the step-by-step process for teaching these skills. Whether you are a gourmet cook or just learning yourself, you’ll find practical ideas and suggestions for how to get your kids cooking, culturing, cleaning and celebrating their time in the kitchen!

Teaching Your Kids to Cook by Laura Coppinger
Teaching Your Kids to Cook is written for parents who want to help their children learn their way around the kitchen. Filled with instructions, tips, activities, printables and over 45 simple, kid friendly recipes, this ebook offers many opportunities to make messes together and get chocolate in your hair. All of the recipes Laura’s included are made from wholesome, easy-to-attain ingredients, making this the perfect introduction to cooking for families with young children.

The Blogging bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 9/30. Get yours today!

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Ebook Bundle #39: Blogging

Bundle #39: BloggingAre you ready to take your blog to the next level? With printables to help you set goals and plan for the future, creative ideas for making money with your blog, ways to manage your time when balancing work and home, writing tips and a guide to hiring blog help, this collection offers you a unique set of tools and resources to do just that!

This week only, get all five of these ebooks for more than 85% off:

The Blog Planning Kit from HowTheyBlog.com
The Blog Planning Kit walks you through establishing where you want to go, how you want to get there, and what activities can help you get on the right track right away. The kit includes useful forms to keep track of post ideas, finances, and stats, but it’s not just a way to get your blog organized; it’s an entire system that will connect your blog dreams with your blog activities today!

Beyond the Basics: 30 Tips for Better Writing by Sandra Peoples
As a writer, you probably know the basics of good grammar. You are good with words and have solid writing skills. But learning more about the technical side of writing can help you be an even better writer! In this short ebook, Sandra addresses thirty of the most common mistakes writers are making, including which rules you should always follow and which ones allow for style exceptions, to help you improve your craft.

A Work at Home Mom’s Ultimate Guide to Building a Business, Blog & Brand by Lisa Marcia
A Work at Home Mom’s Ultimate Guide to Building a Business, Blog & Brand is packed full of resources mom entrepreneurs use daily, including tricks of the trade, questions to ask your designer, money-saving tips, and lots of DIY resources to get your started! Written by fellow work-at-home mom Lisa Marcia, this ebook will help you start your business, build a blog, and create a kick-butt brand with blog tips, design tools, branding principles, tips for outsourcing, and other income opportunities to consider.

Hire Blog Help by Jeannett Gibson
In Hire Blog Help, Jeannett answers anything and everything you ever wanted to know about hiring help. You’ll find words of wisdom from some of the most successful women in the blogosphere, advice for what to look for in the perfect candidate and why those traits are important, and honest and practical information. Discover why you should consider hiring help for your blog, what you should outsource, and how to go about finding the right person.

Make Money From Your Blogging in New Ways by Angela England
Learn the tried-and-true ways that Angela has increased her income without duplicating the work she’s already doing. She shows you how to use things you’ve already written or researched to create ebooks, sell to print magazines and write for various websites so that you can maximize your time and income potential and earn more without starting from scratch!

The Blogging bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 9/30. Get yours today!

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Ebook Bundle #38: Christmas Bundle

It’s time to start thinking about Christmas.  It’s only about 3 months away, and much like a budget, proper planning can make things go so much better for you.  Instead of ignoring it this year, why not get ahead and start planning now.  I promise you will be a lot more relaxed if you plan ahead.

Bundle #38: Christmas Planning

As crazy as it sounds, Christmas is less than 100 days away! But don’t worry: this bundle includes everything you need to simplify your plans and get organized early so that you can avoid the stress of the holidays. You’ll find daily planning tips and printables, recipes, handmade gift tutorials and more in this fabulous collection.

Get all five of these ebooks at almost 75% off this week only:

101 Days of Christmas by Mandi Ehman
Drawing from the popular 101 Days of Christmas series at LifeYourWay.net, Mandi has handpicked the best recipes, crafts and projects from the archives and compiled them into one easy-to-navigate ebook. Whether you’re looking for a craft to do with your children, a new cookie recipe to share with your friends and neighbors, or a simple handmade gift to make for someone you love, this ebook includes 101 simple ideas and tutorials plus bonus sections with even more ways to make Christmas meaningful for your family!

A Simpler Season by Jessica Fisher
A Simpler Season is your guide to planning the winter holidays, with creative ideas, time-saving tips, and budget-minded inspiration for making the most of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. With the busy family in mind, Jessica offers recipes, to-do lists, children’s activity sheets, planning pages, gift ideas, and step-by-step tutorials for creating homemade gifts to help you get from Thanksgiving to New Years in a calm, cool, collected manner.

100 Days to Christmas by Jennifer Tankersley
A daily dose of inspiration & motivation for a meaningful holiday season, 100 Days to Christmas is a journey that begins on September 16 and leads you step-by-step toward a peaceful and meaningful holiday season, one little task at a time! Includes links to more than 25 ListPlanIt worksheets and lists.

Christmas Recipes: From My Table to Yours by Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
In Christmas Recipes: From My Table to Yours, Lynn offers quick, easy, and inexpensive holiday recipes from Blueberry Baked French Toast for a special family breakfast to Chocolate Bread Pudding for a scrumptious holiday dessert. Don’t stress this holiday season about what to do for parties, family gatherings and even gifts. Tis the season to show the love because food is the best gift of all!

The Life Your Way Christmas Planner by Mandi Ehman
While Christmas can be stressful, it doesn’t have to be. Planning ahead is the best way to embrace all that the season has to offer without the stress we associate with the holidays! This printable Christmas planner will help you simplify your holiday with planning calendars, checklists and a variety of worksheet.

The Christmas Planning bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 9/23. Get yours today!

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