Homemaking Bundle + Free $31 Gift for Sidetracked Sarah Readers!

Dear Homemaker,

(be sure to read to the end, for special offer for Sidetracked Sarah readers!)


Are the inmates running the asylum?


I hear you. Sometimes I look around my house and wonder how things got so out of hand.


When I was a little girl, I dreamed about getting married, becoming a mommy, and having my own home.


I imagined a home that was more than just 4 walls, a roof, and a mortgage.


I wanted to make a special place that was a magical mash-up of:


  • a school,
  • a playground,
  • a refuge,
  • a boo-boo “fix it” station,
  • a “you can do it” pep rally, and
  • a safe place for personal expression, sharing and growth.


And then real life happened…

…laundry, diapers, stretch marks, and never-ending meal prep… money worries, gritty floors, soap scum, and the stain that won’t come out of my son’s favorite shirt… holiday stress, and teaching my daughter to read (and master long division)… a husband who works long hours, a kid with the sniffles, stomach aches and a fever… and a secret dream to run my own little business from home.


And that’s why Erin and Stephanie created the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle… because as rewarding as it is, homemaking is hard work and it doesn’t always come easily.


I can’t wait to tell you all about it!


To help you nurture the beauty and productivity in your home and family relationships with proven, simple, and effective tools that really give you a boost as a homemaker – help, inspiration, tips, encouragement, resources at your fingertips…


… the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is just for you.


It is a complete library of carefully selected eBooks, eCourses, audios, online conferences, and printable packs designed to help you turn your house into a home… without all the overwhelm.


What’s in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle?

The first step in putting together this collection was to find the critical homemaking skills that you need to transform your house into a home.


Here they are:

  • Cleaning… create a healthy, toxin-free home
  • DIY/Homemade… fun and frugal ways to express your personal style
  • Devotionals and Faith… take a break from the daily grind to renew yourself
  • Finances… build a budget that works
  • Cooking & Meal Planning… serve easier, tastier meals in less time
  • Holidays & Special Events… brighten up old family traditions and create new
  • Homeschooling… homeschool with grace and ease
  • Marriage… heat up your marriage
  • Motherhood… find peace, balance & joy in mothering
  • Organizing… conquer the clutter and simplify your life
  • Pregnancy & Babies… enjoy a healthy pregnancy and prepare to nurture your baby
  • Health & Wellness… soothe aches & pains with natural remedies
  • Working from Home… hone your talents, live your passions and earn money to help your family


… a complete library of 99 eBooks and eCourses to help you nurture the beauty and productivity in your home and family relationships.




Are there too many books in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle?


Let me ask you a question.


Have you ever taken your family out for a buffet dinner… and then been disappointed when you couldn’t eat every single morsel on display?


Of course not!


Sure. There’s that first, breath-taking moment when you see and hear and smell the amazing meal spread before you… and you think, “Where will I even start?”


But that’s the thing… because you do start… with something.


Maybe it’s a tender flaky biscuit, or a piece of delicious roast beef, or maybe you’re like me and start with a piece of pie (mmm, blueberry or apple with whipped cream)?


So relax, enjoy, and start anywhere you like. Come back to the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle “buffet” as many times as you like. It’s all here for you.


Is the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle worth it?


In a word… yes!


To be absolutely certain, Erin and Stephanie asked questions, tried techniques and just about drove themselves crazy making sure that the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle was the very best homemaking resource anywhere.


They dug through hundreds of websites and connected with dozens of authors and teachers.


And then we all worked together to make these resources the most affordable possible.

And They Were Delighted to Help…


The result? This collection is a fraction of the price of what someone would pay for each resource individually!


For a short time, the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle… a complete library of:

  • 76 eBooks
  • 6 eCourses
  • 1 audio download
  • 2 online conferences, and
  • 14 printable packs


…99 carefully selected resources designed to help you nurture the beauty and productivity in your home and family relationships… is only $29.97. (A total value of $984.74.)


That breaks down to 30 cents per book.


Your 30-Day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee


If for any reason, you decide that the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is not for you, then please send an email to customerservice@Ultimate-Bundles.com and we will refund 100% of your investment. No questions asked.


Don’t Forget the Bonuses…


Of course, no Ultimate Homemaking Bundle would be complete without the generous, inspiring gifts donated by companies that understand homemakers like you. Every gift is yours to keep and enjoy.


  • Choose 1 FREE Online Class from Craftsy (Select from 24 of Their Most Popular Classes – Up to $60 Value)
  • 1 FREE Kids Discovery Box from Green Kid Crafts ($19.95 Value)
  • FREE $15 Credit to Hope Ink PLUS 2 FREE 8×10 Art Prints ($71 Value)
  • FREE 90-Day “Good Deal” Subscription to She Plans Dinner ($15 Value)
  • Choose 1 FREE Stylish Spring Scarf from Deborah & Co. ($20 Value)
  • FREE $80 Healthy Moving Class Credit ($80 Value)
  • FREE 90-Day Pro Membership to ListPlanIt ($30 Value)
  • FREE 65 Tyndale Rewards Points to Be Used for a FREE Book or Towards Any Book of Your Choice ($15 Value)


One More BONUS for Sidetracked Sarah Readers ONLY!

Freezer to Slow Cooker Blank Week

If you purchase this bundle using my link, I will personally email you all 9 of my weekly menus, as well as my $250 One Month Walmart menu for FREE!  That is a $31.90 value!  This exceeds the value of the homemaking bundle itself!


Now It’s Your Turn


The proven, simple, and effective skills you need to transform your house into a home are all waiting for you in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.


This is your chance to get all the love, support, guidance and inspiration you need to nurture the beauty and productivity in your home and family relationships with proven, simple, and effective tools that really give you a boost as a homemaker.


But time is running out! The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle will only be available from 8:00 a.m. EST on Monday, April 20 until 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, April 27.




After that, the shopping cart closes and the deeply discounted price is gone.


Act now!


Click here for more info or to buy now.



After you’ve made your purchase, come back here and enter your first and last name, as well as the email address you’d like for me to send your bundle to.  Once I check the list and show that you completed an order for the homemaking bundle, I will email you your extra products!  Just go to this form here.  I will check my list each night of the sale and email them out to all purchasers once per day.

Best wishes and happy homemaking!


Read the fine print about this bundle and read the answers to frequently asked questions about the bundle.



Bolognese sauce in the Slow Cooker

Hey friends, time for another amazing slow cooker recipe!  Today’s recipe comes to you all the way from Sweden and was written by Karl from Ingredient Matcher.  When I first received Karl’s recipe, I was a little unsure about some of the translations.  Even though his English is great, I wasn’t sure what veal fond was.  Also, everything was written in grams, something we Americans aren’t very familiar with.  I went to my handy converter tool though and changed the recipe enough to make sense for me (and probably you, too).  As for the veal fond, I hear you can buy it in specialty stores or even Amazon.  When I researched it, I read that you could use a combination of 1/2 chicken stock and 1/2 beef stock for a similar flavor.  Obviously, it won’t be exactly the same, but you get the idea.  OK, enough talking, let’s get to the recipe!


Bolognese sauce

Ragù Bolognese is probably the meat recipe I cook most often. Even though I am brought up on a simple and tasty version of it I wanted to make it as good as possible with a reasonable effort. In my quest for the best bolognese sauce I came across this recipe for slow-cooked bolognese sauce on theKitchn and later on I also noticed Kenji from SeriousEats made his version of the best slow-cooked bolognese sauce. However, I had to create my own version that worked better with the ingredients I usually have at home. The recipe below is written for a slow cooker but works really good to simmer in a big pot instead if you don’t have a crockpot.


The good thing with bolognese sauce beside the great taste is that


  • it freezes well
  • it is a basic component in lasagna
  • it works amazing to serve with any kind of pasta



Serves: 6
  • 2 onions
  • 4 garlic cloves
  • 3 carrots
  • 1 pound ground beef (2 cups)
  • 1 4 oz can of mushrooms
  • 2 tbsp tomato purée
  • 2 cans (15 oz each) crushed tomatoes
  • 3 tbsp veal fond
  • 1 cup of cream
  • 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 10 sun-dried tomatoes
  • 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • 5 slices of bacon
  • oregano
  • basil
  • rosemary
  • salt
  • black pepper
  1. Peel and chop the onion and garlic. Grate the carrot. Chop the sun-dried tomatoes and dice the bacon.
  2. Brown the meat in a frying pan and place aside (this adds more flavor than just adding it uncooked to the slow cooker)
  3. Sauté the onion, garlic, carrots and mushrooms (this also adds flavor)
  4. Put all ingredients in the slow cooker and cook on low heat for a couple of hours (6-10 hours)
  5. Half an hour before you want to eat it, check the sauce to see if excess liquid needs to be reduced. In that case just remove the lid. Just before serving you can also add some additional cream and vinegar to get the right balance between silkiness and acidity.
  6. Serve with some freshly grated parmesan over spaghetti, or some other pasta that you like.



Karl from The Ingredient MatcherKarl is the founder and CEO of IngredientMatcher, the app that will tell you what recipes you can make based on the ingredients you already have at home. His cooking is mostly centered around weeknight dinners where he tries to find new recipes using common ingredients. Since he lives in Sweden many of the recipes on his blog are of traditional Swedish dishes. Another thing he is passionate about is to master smart tips and tricks in the kitchen, many which you will also find on the blog and the youtube channel.

Roast Turkey in the Slow Cooker Recipe

Hi!  My name is Lois and you can find me blogging over at
I’m excited to be sharing this recipe with you today!
Crock Pot Turkey Breast…
Yes!  You can use your crock pot to make the most delicious, moist turkey breast
that your family will enjoy…even during the hot summer months.
 I made this particular turkey breast when it was around 85 degrees
here in our corner of the world and it was great.
The oven wasn’t on for hours heating up our kitchen.
The turkey breast cooked in the crock pot while I was out of the house most of the afternoon.
  • One Turkey Breast
  • 2 Tablespoons Softened Butter
  • salt, pepper, season salt (or YOUR favorite seasonings)


Spread the softened butter all over the outside of the turkey breast.
Sprinkle with salt, pepper and the season salt.
Place in the crock pot and cook on low 6 to 8 hours or on high 4 to 6 hours.
Check with an meat thermometer to make sure it reaches the proper temperature for doneness.
Here is our turkey breast all cooked AND do you see that broth?  THAT is from the turkey cooking in the crock pot.  I added NO WATER at all to the crock pot while the turkey was cooking.  I used the broth to make the most delicious gravy to serve along with the turkey.

If you would like detailed directions on making gravy, 

please go HERE to read my post on pot roast.  

I always make gravy this way and the gravy always comes out GREAT.

I made roasted potatoes in the oven and green beans to complete our dinner…

Originally from Queens, NY, Lois now calls Northeastern PA her home.
You can find her blogging over at Walking on Sunshine Recipes where she shares
a little of her life but more importantly what’s for dinner in her house tonight.