The first time I ever heard about the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle was in 2015, and honestly I thought it was a scam. There was such a hype about it from bloggers, and I thought it really can’t be that good…
Then I finally decided to purchase it last year because one of my favorite blogger’s home decorating course was included in the bundle for a cheaper price than if I had just purchased her course outside of the bundle.
After purchasing the bundle I realized it wasn’t a scam. Yay! 🙂
I ended up falling in love with the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle* and it has become one of my favorite online resources for homemakers, moms, and wives. I believe it is such a great resource that I highly recommend it to you and to all my friends in real life too!
However, there are some legitimate reasons that the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle may not be right for you, and I want to address them today.
1. It’s not in the budget.
The bundle price is $29.97. While that is a great price for all the ebooks, printables, and courses that are included, it is absolutely NOT a deal if it’s not in your budget.
When I first became a stay at home mom, we were trying to figure out how to live on one income. Honestly, things like this were considered “extras” and they just weren’t part of the budget at the time.
If that is the same for you, then skip it. Wait until next year. If you really, really want it, I do have one idea for ya. You could request it for your Mother’s Day gift. Just make sure that is what you truly want and don’t expect something in May. 🙂
2. You don’t do digital.
Everything in the bundle is an online resource. When you purchase it, you are able to click on different categories and then download the ebooks and printables you want to use. The courses are all digital as well with videos and workbooks that you can download.
I love having a library of books that I can access anytime, any place without having to carry around a bunch of books. The courses are great too. I often listen to the videos with my earbuds in while doing the dishes.
However, if you don’t prefer digital books, printables, and courses, there is no point in purchasing this bundle. When I first heard about the bundle, I hadn’t read any ebooks, but since then I have started enjoying ebooks so it isn’t a problem any more.
3. There is nothing in the bundle that you will use.
Learn from my mistake. Last year I purchased the Ultimate Work From Home Bundle. It’s put together by the same company, but a totally different bundle of resources. Anyway, I ended up not using most of the materials because it didn’t pertain to me.
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle DOES pertain to me and I believe if you like what I share here on Queen of the Household, you will love it too.
However, if there is nothing in the bundle that you will actually use, there is no use spending the money on it.
The Bottom Line:
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle* is right for you if you love learning practical tips about home management, parenting, self care, time management, and marriage. The books and courses are FULL of encouragement and useful information for homemakers.
If the bundle is in your budget and you love the convenience of digital products, then I highly recommend purchasing the bundle this year.
I’ve already taken a course called “Finding Time: Home and Children” and learned so much!
Another resource that I’m loving is the “Full Year Wardrobe Plan for Moms: The Complete Guide” by Corina Holden. She runs the blog with all the easy fashion advice for moms that I talked about in the post Simplify Motherhood.
Get your copy of the bundle* today because it is only available until Monday, April 16th!