In the mood to spring clean? I totally understand.
The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is over now, but below are some of my favorite digital resources for providing clarity, purpose, and a more organized home (some of which were part of that ebook bundle).
- DIY Natural Remedies by Nina Nelson
- Healing With God’s Earthly Gifts: Natural and Herbal Remedies by Kate Tietje
- My Simple Healthy Life: A Minimalist Approach to Herbal Remedies, Beauty & Natural Cleaning by Tammie Nelson
- Simple Natural Health: Wellness Made Easy by Nina Nelson
- 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life by Crystal Paine
- Equipped: Because You’ve Been Made to Live On Purpose by Elisa Pulliam
- Inside-Out Simplicity by Joshua Becker
- Replenish: Experience Radiant Calm and True Vitality in Your Everyday Life by Lisa Byrne
- Teach Your Life to be Extraordinary (e-course) by Lisa Byrne
- Your Retreat: A Guide to Giving Yourself a Personal Planning Day by Erin Odom
- How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too by Mandi Ehman
- The Blog Planning Kit: A System to Maximize Your Blogging Efforts by Kat Lee
- Clutter-Free With Kids by Joshua Becker
- DIY Natural Household Cleaners: How To Make Your Own Cleaners…Naturally by Matt & Betsy Jabs
- Healthy Homemaking, One Step at a Time by Stephanie Langford
- Life Your Way Printable Packs by Mandi Ehman
- Sewing School 101: Simple Tips to Get You Stitching by Nicole Bennett
- Simplify: 7 Guiding Principles to Help Anyone Declutter Their Home & Life by Joshua Becker
- Better Than a Box: How to Transform Processed Food Recipes into Whole Foods by Katie Kimball
- Just Making Ice Cream: Over 70 Delicious Recipes Made with Nourishing Ingredients by Marillyn Beard
- Happy Mom, Healthy Family Meal Planning Workshop + Cookbook by Lisa Byrne
- Healthy Snacks to Go by Katie Kimball
- Naturally Sweetened Treats by Katie Kimball and others
- No Cook Freezer Meals by Kelly @ New Leaf Wellness ($5.99)
- Plan It, Don’t Panic: A Complete Guide to Meal Planning by Stephanie Langford
- The Healthy Breakfast Book by Katie Kimball
- The Healthy Lunch Box: Sandwich-Free Secrets to Packing a Real Food Lunch by Katie Kimball
- Real Food on a Real Budget: How to Eat Healthy for Less by Stephanie Langford
- 76 Free Things to Do with Kids: A Real Mom’s Guide by Shannon Clark
- Discipleship & Discipline: Practical Parenting Help for the Desperate Mom (e-course) by Sally Clarkson and Sarah Mae
- Steady Days: A Journey Toward Intentional, Professional Motherhood by Jamie Martin
- The Minimalist Mom’s Guide to Baby’s First Year by Rachel Jonat
- Feast! Real Food, Reflections, and Simple Living for the Christian Year by Daniel & Haley Stewart
- Let Us Keep the Feast: Living the Church Year at Home (Holy Week & Easter) by Lindsay Marshall and Jennifer Snell
- More Than Candy: A 25-Day Christmas Countdown that Counts by Sarah Mae
How I organize my digital files
Nothing I do involves rocket science here, but I wanted to show you how I handle a plethora of digital files without going crazy. After all, keeping things simple and decluttered goes for digital stuff just as much as our physical belongings.
First, I keep everything in Dropbox, in a folder called “E-Books” (this isn’t just for the books in this bundle sale, either—I keep ALL my e-books here). I organize by topic, and they’ll then automatically be organized alphabetically.
When I’m ready to read, I email my Kindle versions to the address Amazon assigned me with my device—then they’ll automatically upload.
Once they’re on my Kindle, I create categories—just select a title and hold for a few seconds, then choose “Add to collection” from the pop-up window (I’ve got the latest Paperwhite, by the way, and I love it).
Every now and then, I do want to print an e-book—when it’s more of a handbook, say, or when they include printables for writing. Such is the case with the Blog Planning Kit. I simply add them to a folder with dividers, and when I’m done, I either keep or recycle.
And that’s it! Far and away, these resources add almost zero physical clutter.
Disclosure: I have included affiliate links.