Thursday, June 6, 2013

Homesteading Homemakers

While I do not personally own a farm, I have several friends who do or own animals or would like to be homesteaders and adore all things homesteading. Because of this I assume the there are many readers here who are into that kind of thing too so I thought I would share this Homesteading eBook Bundle I heard about with you all:

 Here is a description:

Whether your goal is to save money, be self-sufficient, live a more sustainable lifestyle or all three, this week’s homesteading bundle includes everything from real food storage and emergency preparation to repurposing old clothes and rediscovering the lost skills of past generations. Get all 5 ebooks at a savings of more than 85% off this week only!

Here are the ebooks offered:

Pioneering Today by Melissa K. Norris
In Pioneering Today: Faith and Home the Old Fashioned Way, Melissa offers a practical and easy guide to cooking from scratch, gardening and preserving your own food. Learn to decrease your grocery and energy bills,  improve your family’s health (with over 40 delicious recipes!) and reduce your time in the kitchen without sacrificing taste and nutrition. Whether you live in the middle of the asphalt jungle or on the side of a mountain, you can start your homesteading journey today and discover a simpler life!

Your Custom Homestead by Jill Winger
Homesteading doesn’t only happen when you live on hundreds of acres with the perfect red barn and white picket fence, and in Your Custom Homestead, Jill takes you through a 21-day process to discover your motivations for homesteading, define what homesteading means and actually begin a homesteading lifestyle that will perfectly fit your unique situation.

Real Food Storage: How-To and Recipes by KerryAnn Foster
In Real Food Storage, KerryAnn shares her family’s story of living off their food storage during 11 months of unemployment.  Geared toward traditional and real foodies, this preparedness ebook  shows you how to store real and traditional foods as food insurance for your family, with more than 200 recipes that can be made from your stockpile. In addition, you’ll find an online resources guide to help you save money on bulk purchases plus a master spreadsheet to help you plan and track your food storage plan.

Reuse, Refresh, Repurpose by The Frugal Girl
In Reuse, Refresh and Repurpose, The Frugal Girl offers 20 useful ideas to help you get the most out of your clothes. This practical guide includes step-by-step photos and instructions to help you make old clothes look new or turn them into something entirely new altogether. And the best part is many of the ideas don’t require any cutting or sewing; there’s something for everyone!

Getting Prepared by Robin Egerton and Angela England
Getting Prepared is a beginner’s manual to help prepare you for life’s unexpected happenings. Find step-by-step guidance for prioritizing your preparations, creating a 72-hour emergency kit, preparing for a month of survival with your family, including your family in emergency preparations and more. If you’ve thought about trying to get better prepared and develop an emergency plan, but aren’t sure where to start, this is the book for you!

The Homesteading bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 6/10., 5 eBooks for $7.40!

I haven't personally bought this set but again, I thought it might be of interest and hopefully blesses someone!

You can find it HERE.



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Anonymous said...

I would love to get these. I'll have to ask hubby when he gets home. I'm not too good on the Kindle thingee. Thank you for posting this.

TenderHeartMom said...

I really need an e-reader

Anonymous said...

I've just begun my journey to homesteading. What a great bundle!

June Fuentes @ A Wise Woman Builds Her Home said...

This bundle can be read on your PC too (using Kindle for PC). Hope you were able to take advantage of it!

June Fuentes @ A Wise Woman Builds Her Home said...

Yes, they really are convenient to have! I have had a Kindle Fire and now a Galaxy tablet and both are easy to carry around and so convenient. I also have the Kindle app for my phone, but did you know that you can read these through your PC too? You can use Kindle for PC and read everything that way. Thanks for visiting and have a blessed day!

June Fuentes @ A Wise Woman Builds Her Home said...

Good for you--I hope this bundle blesses many!


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