“Plan It, Don’t Panic” in the Bundle of the Week! (And Giveaway Winners Announced!)

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Hi friends, happy weekend once again! Beth of Red and Honey here again in lieu of weekend links while Stephanie enjoys a 2-week “radio silence” as she starts her year-long family journey around the world.

The photo above is Stephanie and her gorgeous family in Argentina, and they send their love to the awesome readers of Keeper of the Home! By the way, are you following along with their family travel blog? They started just over a week ago and already have lots of adventures under their belts.

I’m here today to let you know of an exciting deal happening right now! Have you heard of the new Bundle of the Week deal? Once a week, a new bundle of five books is offered for the incredible price of $7.40, and right now Stephanie’s book Plan It, Don’t Panic is featured! If you don’t have a copy yet, this is the perfect time to snag a crazy good deal. Check out the other books included in the bundle below.

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Organizing Life as MOM by Jessica Fisher
Designed to equip you and inspire you to get your act together, Organizing Life as MOM includes inspiration to simplify and focus on the most important things in your life. You’ll find real life help in organizing your different roles and responsibilities, 130 printable pages to help you keep track of all the comings and goings of your household, fillable forms you can tailor to your needs and your home, and tips for putting together a household notebook.

Easy. Homemade. by Mandi Ehman
Easy Homemade: Homemade Pantry Staples for the Busy Modern Family features more than 60 tried-and-true recipes for homemade kitchen staples that can be made with basic ingredients and don’t require a lot of time. In addition, Mandi offers kitchen tips, information about choosing various ingredients, and more to empower your busy family to make your favorite pantry staples from scratch!

Plan It, Don’t Panic by Stephanie Langford
In Plan It, Don’t Panic: Everything You Need to Successfully Create and Use a Meal Plan, Stephanie helps you: find a meal planning method that suits your family best, work with special dietary needs, become a grocery-shopping ninja, make the most of leftovers, organize and store your recipes, and more. She also shares tips and strategies to help you perfect your meal planning style plus printable planning pages and 4 weeks of real, whole food meal plans.

28 Days to Hope for Your Home by Dana White
In 28 Days to Hope for Your Home {Not for the Mildly Disorganized}, Dana draws on her own experiences as a former slob, offering a practical guide to help you discover hope for a real change in your home. Broken down into 28 baby steps, this ebook will help you develop four basic but essential home management habits. You’ll also find practical tips to keep you from giving up, bonus sections with realistic strategies for laundry management, meal prep, and decluttering, and insights into why these habits are a struggle for so many of us!

Hybrid Homemaker by Melissa Gorzelanczyk
The Hybrid Homemaker: A Guide to Personal and Financial Freedom is full of tips and strategies to show you — step-by-step — how to get out of debt, stick to a budget, make money doing what you love, shrug off the world’s burden of doing it all, figure out what matters to you and create a home where beauty and happiness appear through your actions.

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Also, the winners of last weekend’s Redmond giveaway have been chosen. Congratulations to Christy Nebeker and Jesse Baker! Look for an email in your inbox!

About Beth Ricci

Beth blogs at Red & Honey, a lifestyle blog for the naturally-minded homemaker. She recently began a passionate love affair with coffee and her life will never be the same. She has had three babies in less than four years, is a professional laundry-avoider, and loves to stay up way too late making weird stuff from scratch that normal people tend to just buy in a store. Hence, the coffee.

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  1. The “homemaker bundle” goes to a link about marriage books. What am I doing incorrectly?