Household management and motherhood sometimes leave me feeling overwhelmed.

I often feel like I’m in a hamster wheel – always moving but never getting anywhere.

Every day, I’m preparing meals, doing laundry, wiping bottoms, washing dishes, rocking babies, cleaning toilets and I wake up and do it all the next day. I am always going but nothing is ever completed and that can sometimes be discouraging!

Messy Kitchen

I love my role as a homemaker and mother but many days I need to know that I’m not alone and most of all, I need encouragement.

Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed?

Are you looking for help as a homemaker and encouragement as a mother?

Maybe you don’t consider yourself a homemaker because you work outside of the home however, if you manage a home, you are a homemaker!

Are you a working mama who juggles homemaking on top of your time spent outside the home?

Are you a new bride who is figuring out how to manage a home?

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a refreshing source of encouragement for all homemakers!

I’ve already read several of the eBooks that are included in the bundle and my household management has improved by gleaning tips from organizing books that are included. I’ve enjoyed new recipes found in several of the cookbooks and have been encouraged in my motherhood.

 

What’s in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle?

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a complete library of carefully selected eBooks, eCourses, audios, online conferences, and printable packs.

Homemaking topics include:

  • Cleaning… create a healthy, toxin-free home
  • DIY/Homemade… fun and frugal ways to express your personal style
  • Devotionals and Faith… take a break from the daily grind to renew yourself
  • Finances… build a budget that works
  • Cooking & Meal Planning… serve easier, tastier meals in less time
  • Holidays & Special Events… brighten up old family traditions and create new
  • Homeschooling… homeschool with grace and ease
  • Marriage… heat up your marriage
  • Motherhood… find peace, balance & joy in mothering
  • Organizing… conquer the clutter and simplify your life
  • Pregnancy & Babies… enjoy a healthy pregnancy and prepare to nurture your baby
  • Health & Wellness… soothe aches & pains with natural remedies
  • Working from Home… hone your talents, live your passions and earn money to help your family

… a complete library of 99 eBooks and eCourses to help you nurture the beauty and productivity in your home and family relationships.

 

 

Is the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle worth it?

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The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a complete library of:

  • 76 eBooks
  • 6 eCourses
  • 1 audio download
  • 2 online conferences, and
  • 14 printable packs

…99 carefully selected resources designed to help you!

It’s only $29.97. (The bundle has total value of $984.74.)

That breaks down to 30 cents per book!

 

Your 30-Day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

If for any reason, you decide that the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is not for you, send an email to customerservice@Ultimate-Bundles.com and you will be refunded with no questions asked!

Bonuses

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a great value but there also are generous, inspiring gifts donated by companies that understand homemakers like you. Every gift is yours to keep and enjoy!

  • Choose 1 FREE Online Class from Craftsy (Select from 24 of Their Most Popular Classes – Up to $60 Value)
  • 1 FREE Kids Discovery Box from Green Kid Crafts ($19.95 Value)
  • FREE $15 Credit to Hope Ink PLUS 2 FREE 8×10 Art Prints ($71 Value)
  • FREE 90-Day “Good Deal” Subscription to She Plans Dinner ($15 Value)
  • Choose 1 FREE Stylish Spring Scarf from Deborah & Co. ($20 Value)
  • FREE $80 Healthy Moving Class Credit ($80 Value)
  • FREE 90-Day Pro Membership to ListPlanIt ($30 Value)
  • FREE 65 Tyndale Rewards Points to Be Used for a FREE Book or Towards Any Book of Your Choice ($15 Value)

Plus…

If you order The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle through Intentionally Simple, I’ll send you a FREE copy of my newest, not yet released digital resource: Declutter – A Workbook to Rid Your Life of Excess. To redeem this offer: forward me a copy of your Ultimate Homemaking Bundle receipt to rachel@intentionallysimple.com.

Now It’s Your Turn

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle will only be available from 8:00 a.m. EST on Monday, April 20 until 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, April 27.

After that, the shopping cart closes and the deeply discounted price is gone. Click here for more info or to buy now.

 

Best wishes and happy homemaking!

 

Disclosure: I have included affiliate links in this post and will earn commission from your purchase. Read the fine print about this bundle and read the answers to frequently asked questions about the bundle.

 

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Do you feel like you’re always behind on laundry?

Is it a struggle to keep the kitchen clean?

Do you dread dinner time because you never know what to make?

Just know you’re not alone!

I have struggled so much in these basic areas of homemaking over the past 9 years of managing a home.

Over the years, I’ve implemented systems that have helped me improve my household management, but I’m always eager to learn new techniques and tips from others!

Pile of Laundry

One tip that has helped me so much in my kitchen management was from a  4 Simple Steps to Stress-Free Homemaking eCourse.  This particular tip was simple but implementing it has made a huge difference already!

The exciting news about this eCourse, it’s completely FREE!!

Sign up for this FREE 4-part mini eCourse that is available for a limited time: 4 Simple Steps to Stress-Free Homemaking!

In this eCourse, you will learn:

  • how to never get behind on laundry again,
  • how to wake up each day to a sparkling clean kitchen,
  • how to avoid the 5 ‘o’clock scramble with a super simple meal planning method, and
  • how to set yourself up for success with a quick nighttime routine.

What comes with this eCourse?

  • 4 videos: These videos are all less than 10 minutes long, so it won’t take up a lot of time to watch them.
  • 4 printable worksheets: We don’t want to just leave you with the teaching; we want you to brainstorm ways to implement it in your life!
  • FREE REWARDS by sharing this FREE eCourse with your friends as well!

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What rewards can you earn?

Don’t miss out on this FREE eCourse that can help take the stress out of homemaking! Get immediate access by signing up here or click on the button below! 

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Disclosure: I have included affiliate links in this post. Thank you for supporting my site!

Room by Room Laundry

When I was expecting my third baby, I had so many people tell me that having a third child seems to make the laundry explode.

They were right.

Somehow our tiny baby girl seemed to double our laundry load and laundry was getting harder to manage.

I wasn’t sorting laundry into whites, colors or delicates. Instead, I was using the time saving method of unsorted loads. (And, I have had great results with unsorted washing!)

Mixed Load of Laundry

I was washing a mixed load (everybody’s clothes, linens and towels) almost every day and was managing to get it dried and folded but then it would just sit where I folded it or in the basket.

I knew I had to revise my system and figure out a way to make putting laundry away easier. 

Instead of having a mixed load every day, I decided to wash by room. I placed a hamper in each bedroom and wash a load when the hamper is full.

Here are my loads:

1. Master (my clothes and my husbands clothes)

2. Boy’s Room (the boys clothes)

3. Cecilia’s Room (Cecilia’s clothes, towels, napkins and cleaning cloths)

Once I get the clothes out of the dryer, I go to the room they belong in and fold the laundry in that room.This makes putting laundry away so much easier!

Other laundry

I regularly wash our sheets but I don’t consider them part of my daily laundry. They’re either washed when a diaper leaks, a child wets the bed, throws up, spits up, gets snot everywhere, etc. or on Tuesdays which is my bedroom cleaning day.

I also wash cloth diapers every other day but they’re easy to put away because they all go to Cecilia’s room.

Room by room laundry makes laundry manageable for our family of 5.

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28th BirthdayWhat a wonderful and full month March was for our family!

March 4th was my 28th birthday. I celebrated with 2 children throwing up that morning and feeling bad all day. Our plans for the day were scrapped and we stayed home all day and stayed in our pajamas! Everybody was feeling fine by the weekend so we had lunch in downtown Chattanooga to celebrate.
Aritsan SourdoughI’ve been baking with sourdough since starting a wild starter in January. It’s been fun learning about sourdough and making pancakes, muffins, pie crusts and breads. This beautiful artisan loaf is the best bread I’ve made yet. Unfortunately, I’ve yet to make a loaf this good since but I’m hopeful with more practice, I’ll be able to bake consistent loaves!
Sweet Sleeping BabiesMy husband was gone for 5 days mid March and I had sweet little bed buddies while he was gone. I just love watching my little ones sleep!!

Bunny LoveThis spontaneous ‘hug a bunny’ moment brightened my day! Our Kroger had a huge Easter display with all kinds of candy, balloons, baskets, stuffed animals and giant bunnies. We were walking by and Weston just headed straight for one of the big bunnies and gave it a huge hug. Big, stuffed bunnies are just too much for loving 3-year-olds to resist!

Sleepy PaxMarch was full of beautiful days and we spent so much time outside. One early evening, Paxton came inside and went into the living room. We soon discovered him curled up on a quilt. This was the very first time in his almost 5 years of life that he fell asleep on his own during the day (not sick or in a car seat!). We were amazed. All of the sunshine and running around wore this little guy out!

Gardening WorkWe had been hoping that we would be able to sell our home and move to a small farm that we found at the beginning of the year but that hasn’t worked out for us. Instead, we’re waiting for the dream and embracing where we are. We built some new raised beds, transplanted strawberries (shown above), started lettuce, peas, onions and potatoes and started some seeds.  I just love gardening!

Painting PotatoesOur boys are in AWANA at a local church and they have theme nights every other week. One of the March theme nights was ‘Potato People’ night. We had a blast painting and creating our potato people.

Potato PeopleI think our potato people turned out quite well! Paxton’s potato was ‘Darth Tater’ and Weston’s was ‘Spud the Cow’.

Cecila's BirthdayCecilia turned one on March 20th! We had such a lovely simple birthday for our sweet baby girl.  (This photo shows her a few hours after she was born, wearing her very first hair bow that her brothers picked out! She wore the same bow on her first birthday too!)

Sweet MomentsMothering three leaves me exhausted. Between my early risers and night owls, it seems like not a moment goes by when I’m not on mommy duty. Most nights, I tell myself ‘I’ll be productive once they’re asleep.’ But, then it takes what seems like forever to get little folks to sleep. I’ve not been worrying as much about being productive lately, instead I’ve been just savoring their night time sweetness. I have one darling little 3-year-old son who just loves being held, snuggled or lying beside mommy. Our baby girl’s baby days are fleeting. And, night time chats with my almost 5-year-old are some of my favorite times.

First Time SwingingCecilia had her first ride in a baby swing at one of the local parks! She enjoyed swinging and looked like such a big girl.

Playing at the ParkWe have a great little park less than 2 miles from our house and we’ve spent quite a bit of time there on these pretty spring days. Cecilia loves climbing the stairs to the play set and crawling/walking around! (And, isn’t she just adorable with those two little piggy tails?!)

FFA ConventionOn March 31st, we went to Gatlinburg for the Tennessee FFA Convention. This year marked 10 years since John David was a state FFA officer. His team was recognized as a milestone team and we were able to enjoy dinner with all but one of his teammates. It was fun bringing our little ones to the FFA convention, seeing old friends and reminiscing on our FFA days.