I’ve been a homemaker for almost 26 years. I got married as college student and quickly realized that I really had no idea how to organize a home or keep our lives from falling into chaos. Conquering clutter is a major part of the job description as keeper of a home.
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It is a struggle just to survive some seasons of life. When the kids are little or when the activities seem to take over your life then things can be especially challenging. Right now some areas in my home are more disorganized than others. I recently started doing more of the day-to-day part of our finances again. It's been years since I've done this and it feels really overwhelming. So I'm ultra focused on paper clutter and financial organization.
So I am REALLY excited to see that there is a whole section of Organizing Paper and Files as a part of this bundle!! Since our family is also working on a healthy eating reboot I am very interested in the meal planning resources! But there are resources for all types of organization. You can pick the one that most appeals to YOU!
Areas covered in the bundle
- Cleaning & Chores
- Family Organization
- Managing Your Time
- Meal Planning
- Organizing Paperwork & Digital Files
- Planners (have you got one for 2017 yet?)
I bet you’ve asked yourself
- How can my house be more peaceful?
- How can I involve my family in the cleaning, cooking and maintaining our home while training my children to be responsible adults in the future?
- How do I juggle the cleaning, paperwork, important events and be SANE at the end of the day(is it too much to ask to not go crazy?)
Or the question you don’t really want to ask, am I even capable of organizing my life or am I destined to live in clutter-filled chaos?
That answer to that last question? A resounding YES, you are capable. You just haven’t found the right system yet.
I know what it’s like to feel that getting organized shouldn’t be so hard, and the answer definitely isn’t to keep wasting money on more storage containers or pricey planners, either!
But what if you could learn from a group of organizing gurus all at once — regular people who’ve found practical solutions to their everyday struggles, and want to share their best tips and tactics with you in all the areas you find most challenging?
Because when you have the right info and tools at your fingertips, it’s so much easier. You know which papers to keep (and which should immediately be thrown away). You’re more confident in saying no to the things on your calendar that don’t matter (and yes to the things that do). You start learning the difference between what you really need and what will just add to the clutter to your home. You feel less stressed (and you’ll probably enjoy life more, too).
That’s why Stephanie and her team at Ultimate Bundles have put together the Conquer Your Clutter Super Bundle for the very first time. Their customers have been begging for help with streamlining their lives. The answer was this super-short opportunity to get a complete collection of organizational resources for a crazy low price.
You sort of need to see it to believe it, but the package includes 38 digital products on topics like how to organize your photos, decluttering, family systems, meal planning, time management, and much more. All together, it’s worth over $650!
****ANNOUNCEMENT**** This bundle is STILL available! It is still a great price($47)
I’d hate for you to miss out, so go to the Conquer Your Clutter page to learn more or buy the bundle. It’s even backed by a full money-back happiness guarantee, so you can know for sure that it’s right for you.
No one should have to feel overwhelmed one more minute because it costs too much or they can’t get the help they need. By finding systems and strategies that really work for us, our home and daily life is much calmer than it used to be. It’s made all the difference in the world and I want the same for you and your family.