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Family life can be chaotic, hectic, busy and even down-right crazy at times.

It can also be routine, ho-hum, boring and monotonous.

No matter which extreme, or wherever in between, describes your experience – what if there was a collection of books gathered together aimed at simplifying things in family life? Things like cooking, parenting, relationships, money and the like?

Know what?

For four days … there is!

From March 21st at 2 p.m. EST to March 25th at 2 p.m. EST you have the chance to purchase 30 of the best family life eBooks the Blogosphere has to offer!

And during this time, the entire collection is only $47 – almost 90% off if purchased separately.

Ready to buy?

Click here to get all 31 books for only $47: No longer available

Want to see what all is included?

Here’s a full list of all the books:

Family Minimalism

  • The Minimalist Mom by Dusti Arab @ Minimalist Adventures ($17)

Food & Cooking

  • Healthy Eating Handbook by Melanie Thomassian @ Dietriffic ($27)

Green Living


Intimacy & Marriage

  • Getting Lucky With The Wife by Sarah Baron @ Anonymous8 ($18)


  • The Hybrid Homemaker by Melissa Gorzelanczyk @ Peace and Projects ($17)



  • Parenting with Positive Guidance by Amanda Morgan @ Not Just Cute ($9)
  • Finding Educational Activities in the Most Unexpected Places by Angie Kauffman @ Many Little Blessings ($7.50)

Personal Development

  • Your Life. Live It. Love It. by Sherri Kruger @ Serene Journey ($19.95)
  • The Gratitude Journal by Sherri Kruger @ Serene Journey ($5.99)
  • The 7 Week Life Cleanse by Katie Tallo @ Momentum Gathering ($20)


Work at Home

Total retail value: $453.17

For the next 4 days – only $47!

No longer available

Important note: This collection will only be available from March 21st at 2 p.m. EST to March 25th at 2 p.m. EST. There will be no late sales offered.

As a bonus, we’re donating a portion of the proceeds to The Mentoring Project, an organization founded by author Donald Miller that seeks to rewrite the story of the fatherless generation.

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