For the last few years I have been following Mandi from Life...Your Way. As a discombobulated mommy I love following her posts on home/life organization, motherhood, blogging, technology and so much more. How excited was I when she contacted me to be a part of her Simplify Your Family Life book sale?!? So excited!
Corey from Simple Marriage and Mandi from Life...Your Way have brought together some of the top authors on family life with 38 ebooks covering a variety of topics that we face daily. It's everything this discombobulated mommy needs to streamline her life. I'm always looking for ways to organize and minimize our stuff, strengthen my marriage, and improve my parenting. I thought this was a great opportunity to dive into all of these topics. Won't you join me in this awesome offer?
When purchased separately, these ebooks are worth $375, but for four days only, you can purchase the entire collection for only $29! However, it is only available 8 a.m. today, April 16th through 8 a.m. on Friday, April 20th.
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When you purchase the Simplify Family Life collection, you get instant access to each of the ebooks listed below:
The Simplify Your Family Life Sale is brought to you in part by Plan to Eat, an online meal planning app that makes eating at home simple. Receive an exclusive coupon code on a one-year membership with your purchase!
The sale ends at 8 a.m. ET on April 20th, and there will be no late sales offered, so don't wait.
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