January 11, 2016

Review: Back to Basics Living Bundle


Is "getting back to the basics" one of your goals for the new year? Or maybe you simply want to live more simply?

I'm excited to be a part of the Back to Basics Living Bundle event, which is all about helping you get back to the basics. In case you're not familiar with them, a "bundle" is a collection of e-books, memberships, e-courses and subscriptions from various authors that focus on a theme, all "bundled" together.

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This collection of materials is sold for a limited time at a greatly-reduced price. In this case, more than 90% off what it would cost to buy everything separately. The bundle will go on sale next Monday, January 18th for one week only, until midnight on January 24th.

The topics covered by this bundle include:
  • Cooking from Scratch
  • DIY
  • Frugal Living
  • Green Living
  • Homeschooling 
  • Homesteading
  • Natural Remedies
  • Preparedness
  • Simple Living
Because I'm an affiliate for this bundle, I was able to purchase mine early. I was amazed at the sheer number of resources included. I mean, really, it's huge.


One of my goals this year is to learn about beekeeping, so the choice of what I wanted to read first was easy. I read Tips for the Beginning Beekeeper by Karen Creel right away. I've been reading everything I can get my hands on about beekeeping, and this book still taught me a lot.

Right now I'm engrossed in Oh Lardy's Guide to Fermenting Fruits and Vegetables by Kelly Liston and Tamara Mannelly. I'll be trying their recipe for Dilly Carrots as my first fermenting project.

I often read the Reformation Acres blog and have admired Quinn's comprehensive Homestead Management system. Her materials are included in the bundle too: over 100 printable worksheets to record garden yields, egg production, home dairy production and so much more.

About a year ago I reviewed another of the e-books included in the bundle, Homestead Cooking With Carol: Bountiful Make-Ahead Meals by Carole J. Alexander. "Homestead cooking" is an attitude, a way of cooking that goes beyond recipes.


Would you like to know what else is included in the bundle? You can see the whole list here. I haven't even scratched the surface.

To read more about the bundle sale which begins on January 18, click here.

Have you signed up yet for the FREE 15-day Back to Basics Challenge? The challenge began yesterday but it isn't too late to sign up. Each day you'll receive an email with a worksheet related to the day's topic. Just click here (or use the button below) to get more information and to sign up. There's no obligation to join.




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