Ultimate Bundles (from the folks at Ultimate Bundles ~ imagine that!) are always worth checking out. They are collections of ebooks, printables, ecourses, and more, bundled together at a super discounted price.
It’s a win for you because you might get something you’ve already been considering ~ at a discounted price, and you can try out multiple new-to-you authors and course creators to see if you like them, WITHOUT spending a ton of money (which you wouldn’t do, of course!).
It’s a win for the contributors (authors and course creators) because they get lots of promotion for their products/businesses plus a slice of the money from each bundle sold.
Disclaimer: please note that I am unfamiliar with the majority of products in the bundles, therefore I am not endorsing individual products (in fact, sometimes I see products in bundles I KNOW I would not endorse). I am only encouraging you to check out these bundles because Ultimate Bundles do often contain good and useful products. It is my expectation that you will do your own research, and use good judgement and Godly discernment.
The Self Care Mini Bundle is a recent mini bundle brought back for a limited time because you need extra care during this time of crisis. 🙂 It’s on sale until April 15th. See what it contains here.
The Invest In Your Faith Mini Bundle is a recent mini bundle brought back for a limited time, again, because you need extra care during this time of crisis. It’s also on sale until April 15th. See what it contains here.
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2020 is coming the
end of April later this summer. Watch for it! This year’s bundle contains 14 eCourses, 10 eBooks, 7 Printable Packs, 8 Planners, 9 Workbooks, 3 Membership Sites and Summits. Topics include cleaning, decluttering, organization, decor, kitchen, kids, homeschool, marriage, parenting, and faith.
Evergreen bundles are on sale for a longer period of time (usually a year). You may recognize some of these from previous bundle sales.
In other news . . . I wish I could BE a productivity bundle (or more precisely, a bundle of productivity). How about you? 😉