• Daily Life,  Product + Service Reviews

    A Girl Mom Review of Imperfect Produce + Save $10

    We have been using Imperfect Produce for a couple of months now. My husband thinks it is the “bees knees.” I’m going to tell you what I think of it but first let me give you an overview of what Imperfect Produce is, in case you’re not familiar with it.

    What is Imperfect Produce

    I think of Imperfect Produce as an advocate for the different, ugly + otherwise tossed away fruits + veggies of the world combined as a subscription box (+ I have to say that I LOVE subscriptions!).

    You can choose the size + type of subscription box you want to receive. Once a week, you customize the box + each Friday the box lands on your doorstep.

    Now that we have that out of the way, this is what I think about Imperfect Produce.

    What I Love

    I love that I am able to receive + use fruits + veggies that would normally become part of the landfill just because they are a little bog or a little small or not the right shape to make it into the produce section of a store.

    I adore that I can customize it for the week. It allows me to pick + choose what I can use + what my family is likely to eat. It helps me to plan my menu for the week.

    It also makes me happy that it arrives on my doorstep + I don’t have to step foot in a store. (Although, to be totally transparent, I don’t step foot in a grocery store for my weekly groceries, either. I use Instacart for Aldi.)

    The taste of the fruits + veggies is so much better than what we buy in the store. I am not sure what it is but it’s true.

    We are also able to get our hot little hands on stuff that I don’t always see in the grocery store, like purple potatoes (yum-my).

    Finally, the pricing is pretty good. We mostly choose organic for our box, which can be pretty expensive in the stores. I find that the pricing with
    Imperfect Produce is comparable or less expensive than most grocery stores.

    What I Don’t Love

    My kids + I had expectations of funny shaped fruits + veggies. Heart shapes. Veggies twisted like pretzels. You get the idea. To our dismay, we have not received one funny shaped fruit or veggie yet.

    This may change as the seasons change but I also wish the fruit variety choices were a bit more, at least for the fruits we eat. We’ve been able to get blueberries but no strawberries or raspberries or blackberries. The veggie choices seem to be abundant but I don’t feel like the fruit choices are.


    I give Imperfect Produce an A-. The positives definitely outweigh the things we don’t love about Imperfect Produce so we will definitely continue to use it as a way to conveniently receive delicious tasting fruits + veggies. If you give it a try with my link you save $10.

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  • Daily Life,  Parenting Girls

    3 Ways to Model Appropriate Behavior for Your Daughter

    You are a role model for your daughter. You are their first teacher. Your role is to provide them with the tools they need to deal with various situations at different ages + stages in their life.

    You want to help them come up with appropriate responses to situations so that it leads to positive outcomes. Your role model status becomes even more important when you have a defiant daughter. Modeling appropriate behavior can make things easier on you + your child.

    What Makes Defiant Daughters Different

    A truly defiant daughter may suffer from a condition called Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). This is more complex than just being stubborn.

    A daughter that suffers from ODD is disagreeable in the extreme + defiance is on a daily (or almost daily) basis rather than the occasional defiance some children exhibit. Defiant daughters tend to break the rules, talk disrespectfully + repeat annoying behaviors on a regular basis.

    Traditional types of discipline often fuel the anger + irritability of a defiant daughter. Parents often find themselves on a perpetual search for new ways of handling the situation.

    Here are three ways you can model appropriate behavior for your defiant daughter.

    #1 Practice what you preach

    To help the help the defiant daughter + her family, behavioral disorder professionals can offer effective methods to help parents problem-solve, decrease negativity, manage anger + increase social skills. There are also family sessions to discuss how the issues affect each household member.

    In addition, parents can make things better by modeling the behaviors they want their daughter to emulate. Defiant daughters have a problem dealing with their emotions. Looking at their parents examples can assist them in making the best choices.

    #2 Practice handling adult conflicts

    You have many opportunities to practice conflict resolution with the adults around you as a way to model this behavior for your daughter. If your daughter hears you yelling at the customer service person when you have an issue, your daughter won’t think twice about yelling at you + others when an issue arises.

    Instead of becoming loud or aggressive, learn to communicate with others calmly + quietly.

    #3 Wait patiently + quietly

    Have you waited in line for a long time because of a slow checkout person? Don’t mutter about them under your breath + then smile at them when you get to the head of the line. Resist giving people dirty looks as well. Waiting is a part of life.

    Practice waiting patiently + quietly. You feel better in the end + you set the standard for your child when you model the behavior you expect to see in them.

    The earlier your child learns + masters this skill, the better off she is going to be.

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  • Daily Life,  Parenting Girls

    3 Actions to Take if a Dog Bites Your Child

    Pet owners have an obligation to control their pets so that they do not bite anyone. However, pet owners are sometimes negligent + accidents do happen. Here are some things that you can do if a dog bites your child.

    Seek Medical Treatment

    CureJoy suggests that while you may think that a dog bite can heal on its own, it is better to get help as soon as possible. In a worst-case scenario, your child may need rabies treatments.

    While that is unlikely, it is better to know upfront what you are facing. Many bites can fester before becoming infected if they are not treated appropriately. It is better to be safe than sorry.

    The worst that happens is that you are out the time + possibly some money. However, either your insurance or the dog’s owner may cover the cost of the medical treatment .

    Call the Police

    Embrace Pet Insurance explains that like any type of accident, you want a report of the accident that documents what occurred. You can get this by promptly reporting the dog bite to the police.

    You can then use this documentation as the basis to file an insurance claim or a lawsuit. You may have no other way of knowing whether a dog has bitten before or even whether it has been vaccinated except if you file a police report.

    Additionally, if the owner knows that law enforcement is involved, it just might be the motivating factor to take the highest possible safety measures to make sure that the dog does not bite anyone else in the future.

    Consider Legal Action

    Ahlander Injury Law recommends that you might be able to seek financial compensation for medical bills, lost wages + pain + suffering. The liability for a dog bite depends on the state in which the bite occurred.

    In some jurisdictions, the dog’s owner will be liable for a dog bite no matter what. Other states assume that a dog is not dangerous until it bites a person once.

    After that, the owner would be liable for any damages from pet bites. You should immediately consult a personal injury attorney to find out whether you would be entitled to compensation for the harm caused to your child.

    While your child may be the victim of an aggressive dog, you can still take proactive steps to both protect your legal rights and ensure the safety of others in the future.

    Safety first. Check out these articles about ways to keep your kiddos safe.

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  • Daily Life,  Parenting Girls,  Product + Service Reviews

    3 Places to Buy Inexpensive but Nice Girls’ Clothes

    With three girls, I am sure you can imagine the quantity of clothing + shoes that we have in our house. Sure, the oldest had the most clothing + shoes + those items have trickled down to her two younger sisters (for the most part).

    The challenge is that all of my girls were born in different seasons, which makes hand-me-downs sometimes difficult depending on sizing.

    So what is a girl mom to do?

    Well, I’ll tell you.

    Kids on 45th

    I adore Kids on 45th. It’s similar to a Stitch Fix for Kids, except the clothes are second-hand instead of brand new. Although, the boxes we have received often contain clothing + accessories that still have the tags on them. The clothing is so affordable. Most items range from $1 and some change to $3 and some change.

    I can buy an entire box of clothes for all three girls + only spend about $100.

    You can totally control your shipments so you can set up an account for each child. You can choose how many pants, shirts, jackets, etc. that you receive for each child + all of the kids clothes are shipped in the same box.

    The only drawback is that if you receive something that doesn’t fit or your kids don’t like, you cannot return it. Honestly, though, the clothes are so cheap that it doesn’t really matter. I simply sold the items at a consignment sale or donated any items that my girls wouldn’t wear + it doesn’t hurt anywhere near as much when you drop bucu bucks (like the Crew Cuts jeans I bought brand new that they swore they’d wear, wore a grand total of one time + then refused to wear them again).

    HINT: If you decide to give it a try, use my link. You get $10 off your order + I do too. Ten dollars is at least 3 pieces if clothing (if not more) depending on what you add to your box! That’s to say that $10 goes a long way.

    Stitch Fix for Kids

    I use Stitch Fix for myself so it’s natural that I give it a whirl for my girls. My husband tried it but wasn’t impressed. I’ve been fortunate enough to like everything in all of my boxes (with the exception of my recent box, where I still bought two of the five or six items).

    Stitch Fix allows you to set up an account for each of your kids. Like the world of online dating for adults, you can answer some style questions about each of your kids to give the stylist an idea of which clothing items to put in your child’s box.

    When you receive the box, you can go through it with your child to try the clothes + shoes on to decide which items you want to keep + which items you want to exchange for another size or return. You have three days to make a decision.

    Stitch Fix provides you with a paid return postage envelope bag to return items.

    These clothes are pricier than items like Kids on 45th because these clothes + shoes are brand new. If you buy the entire box, you receive a 25% discount + if you buy at least one item, the styling fee is waived so it makes it economical + convenient (because you don’t have to drag one or more kids through a store, dressing room + checkout).

    HINT: If you decide to use my link, we both get $25!

    Consignment Sales

    Where I live in Virginia (+ I’m sure all over the country) consignment season happens twice a year (around March + around September). Some of the consignment sales (which are all for kids clothing, shoes, toys, accessories + baby gear) are HUGE (+ i do mean HUGE).

    I tend to go through the pre-sale (offered to consignors), which are items at full price. You can definitely pick up name-brand items at greatly reduced prices. Sometimes I also breeze through the half-off sale, which is typically the last one to hours of the sale.

    It is well worth the effort it takes to go through racks, decide what you want to buy + stand in line to pay. I’ve picked up some great buys, such as a brand-new-with-tags London Fog winter jacket for my first born, Crew Cuts pants, sweaters + shirts in the area of $5 each, Hanna Andersson tops for a couple bucks + the list just goes on + on.

    One of the huge producers of kids consignment sales in states around the country is Just Between Friends. Check it out to see if they host sales in your area.

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  • Daily Life,  Parenting Girls

    The Top 7 Girl Mom Bloggers You Should Be Following

    I had my first girl at 38, my second girl at 39 + my third girl at 42. I’m a girl mom.

    You might say moms are moms + this is true for the most part but there are undeniable differences from parenting girls on a daily basis to parenting boys.

    Yes, there are definitely similarities. Moms of both can probably relay these similarities more than anyone. Being a girl mom, a boy mom or a mom of both is not better or worse than another. It’s just different.

    If you’re a girl mom then here are some other girl mommies + their blogs that you should be following.

    Check them out here.

    1. Sports Girls Play

    The mom who runs Sports Girls Play is a mom of two daughters + one son — a mom of both. All her kids are athletes but this blog focuses on sharing information for girls that are athletes + at all ages (from young to college-age girls that play sports).

    In addition to info-packed blog posts that share information such as recovering from a tough workout as a girl to unique gifts for girl athletes, the site also boasts a resources page + a place to shop for athletic gear + gifts for athletic girls.

    2. From Meredith to Mommy

    This girl mom is also a former music teacher. I originally found her through a post she wrote for Scary Mommy, “A Girl Mom.” She blogs about a variety of topics that represent her “too many labels to live by” mantra from being Meredith to a mom to a girl mom to a music teacher, writer + beyond.

    3. It’s A Lovely Life

    Heather Delaney Reese has three girls, just like I do. Her girls are older than mine but I ran across her article about questions that people should not ask all girl moms. She blogs about a bunch of different topics but mostly about her travel adventures with her three daughters + her husband.

    4. A Mighty Girl

    This is one of my all time favorite blogs. While it is not just one mom that is blogging or sharing information + resources, it is all girl all the time. The site + the blog covers topics all about parenting girls, raising mighty girls, books for girls + about girls, the best toys for girls + movies/TV shows for girls, music + clothing for girls + the list just goes on + on. It is probably the most comprehensive source for raising strong, confident girls that will do great things for this world.

    5. Romy + The Bunnies

    This mom blog is named after the daughter so she’s a girl mom of one. This blog has more a style + travel slant to it so you’ll find lots of information on traveling with a toddler girl, along with clothes, accessories, toys, etc.

    6. Mom of Girls

    This mom blogger is also a mom of three girls. Her motto is “Raising daughters that are smart, happy and confident- this is the goal.” LOVE this. All of the resources Towanda shares are with this mission in mind. It’s a great blog + resource that celebrates everything about being a girl + raising girls.

    7. Girl Mom Chaos

    I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention my own girl mom blog, Girl Mom Chaos. I am raising three daughters ranging in age from 1 to 5. I write about parenting girls, recipes, books + also share Mommy swag for moms of girls so we can take care of ourselves + feed our minds + souls. I review services + products for girls + for girl moms. I also share t-shirts for mommy + tots + mom blogging tips (I’m a copy + content writer). My angle is usually for girl moms with younger children since my girls are on the younger side. I’m also an older mom so sometimes I touch on topics that an older mom can relate to.

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  • Daily Life

    3 Tips for Surviving a Move with Young Ones

    Moving with kids is no picnic. It’s stressful for everyone, but if your little ones are especially little, it’s particularly tough.

    When you’re frazzled from a long day of packing, being emotionally present for tots who need attention is the last thing on your mind. However, for a smooth move, it’s essential for the entire family to stay sane.

    Whether you’re going across the country or down the road, here are three tips to make a move with young ones a little easier.

    Prep Meals Ahead of Time

    When half the house is in boxes, it’s not easy to produce quality meals + still have time for the rest of what’s on your to-do list. Before moving week, fill the freezer with your family’s favorite meals.

    Kid-friendly casseroles are a good choice, but you can also prepare containers of essential ingredients that can be combined to make a variety of different dinners. A tub of diced chicken + bags of cut vegetables can make salads, soups, stir-fries + pasta dishes.

    The time you save on meal prep gives you back the hours you need to give the little ones the attention they deserve.

    Ask for Help

    With a pizza here + a favor there, family + friends may be happy to help you move. If you can’t gather enough troops for the job, using a moving company reduces stress when it comes to moving with small children. You’ll have more time to help them adjust to the transition while knowing your belongings are in safe + capable hands.

    Give Kids Something to Do

    Kids like to be involved. You don’t have to let them pack the china, but letting them box up some of their own things keeps them distracted + helps them feel like they’re part of the process.

    Give them each a box for the personal items they’ll want on the first night in their new home + let them decorate the box for fun. They’ll feel like they contributed + finding the teddy bear or other treasures when you get to your destination will be a cinch.

    Moving with young children is a challenge, but with planning, it’s not impossible. If you get your kids involved + you ask for help, you’ll be sure to have a more enjoyable experience.

    Take your time + be there for your kids. Remember, it’s about the journey, not the destination.

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  • Daily Life,  Family Health

    To The Mom With A Crazy Toxic Mom

    I don’t know who needs to hear this but I know that I am not alone + this might just help another mom out there get through it.

    Toxic Mom Syndrome

    I always knew my mom was a little off. She definitely wasn’t like all of my friends’ moms or my cousins’ moms. When you’re growing up, it’s all you know, so you think it’s normal.

    Even as you become an adult, you think that she’s your mom so you’re just supposed to put up with whatever she tosses your way.

    You know what?

    You don’t have to just take it.

    She doesn’t get to say + do whatever she wants just because she is your mom.

    In a timely event, I ran across an article, Why It’s Okay to Cut Toxic Family Members Out Of Your Life.

    The article talks about the signs of a toxic family member + sadly my mom exhibits all of these traits.T

    I Don’t Want To Be A Toxic Mom

    The hardest part for me is not the emotional + verbal abuse that I take from her. Nope. I can handle it. I’m an adult (at least I am supposed to be at 43).

    The hardest part for me is that I sometimes see myself or hear myself being like her + sadly, the last thing I want in the world is to be like her.

    I truly have to make a concerted + conscious effort every day to be nothing like her.

    Some days I pass with flying colors + other days I fail miserably. I tell you what I am going to do, however. I’m going to make it my life’s goal to have more days where I pass with flying colors + fewer + fewer days where I fail miserably.

    I Put Up With It For My Kids

    If it weren’t for my three girls, I wouldn’t have anything to do with her. I know that probably makes me sound like I am the crazy one. I probably am.

    I probably should shield them from it all.

    When I am wandering through this great big world + I find that I am having a problem with this person + that I am complaining about that person + then silently give another driver the finger because he’s driving like a crazy person, I stop.

    I quickly realize that it cannot be everyone else in the world that’s wrong so it has to be me. When you have legal issues, anger issues + just plain old issues with everyone you encounter, it’s not all of them, it’s you.

    My mom has legal + personal issues with just about everyone + every transaction she encounters. Her last two jobs, before she retired early, she had lawsuits against.

    In an unsurprising twist of fate, she + my dad apparently bought a home recently + had a huge problem with the builder so they were bashing the builder all over Facebook.

    When they lived in Florida, they had a problem with their friends that lived across the street so they stopped talking to them.

    When they had a house in Tennessee, they had a legal problem with their friends that were also their neighbors so they settled out of court with them, sold their house + moved.

    When she goes to a restaurant, there’s almost always a problem with the person taking the order at the counter or waitperson.

    When she has to go to the doctor or dentist or [insert professional here], she has a problem with the receptionist, one of the nurses, or the doctor, or [insert a person she encounters].

    My Dad Is Collateral Damage

    My dad is collateral damage from her behavior. I can empathize because I think, like me, he sort of thinks that this is just the way it is. The sad truth is that it doesn’t have to be.

    She spins these tales that are a completely warped sense of reality — from what really happened. He, then goes along with it.

    When I respond to her text message, she comprehends it as the exact opposite of what I actually typed — in writing. Then she is on the attack. She calls me names. She says nasty things to me. She starts demanding things.

    It’s mind-blowing. I have reached the point that I’ve had enough. I have officially cut them off. While this is one of the saddest things I ever have done in my life, it is also FREEING.

    The stress + negativity is gone from my home + my life (at least the stress she was causing). I don’t worry every time I get a text message that it is her on the attack once again. I have also discovered via Facebook groups, Reddit + a myriad of other places + groups that I am definitely not the only one with a toxic mom.

    And, neither are you, my mommy friend.

    So in some ways, while I wish I were the only one with a toxic mom, I know I’m not. I know that there is at least one other mom out there, reading posts from her friends on how wonderful their mothers are + how they aspire to be half as great as them, that doesn’t feel that way about her mother.

    I don’t feel that way either, girl. While I don’t know you, while I’m probably not in the same city as you, I know exactly how you feel + I’m sad for you like I’m sad for myself.

    I also know that you don’t have to take it + the best thing for you might be to cut her out of your life. Just know that you’re not alone.

    There are others like you in this world.

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  • Daily Life

    5 Ways To Easier Laundry When You Have Girls

    With three girls, we seem to have a lot of wardrobe changes on a daily basis. It makes doing laundry quite interesting. I set out on a mission to tackle laundry the simplest + quickest ways possible.

    This is how I do it:

    Don’t Sort

    Yes, you read that right. I do not sort laundry by color, whites, etc. The exception to this is anything that needs to be hand washed or goes into the gentle cycle (but I try to avoid buying clothes that fit these requirements).

    I scoop up one big pile of laundry, shove it in the wash + start it.

    When it’s done, it all goes into the dryer, gets folded or hung up + put away.

    By Person

    Put a basket or hamper in their room for each person. When the basket fills up, take that load to the washer. Then, dry it, fold it + put it away.

    This can be a HUGE time saver because you don’t have to sort as you fold + put on hangers because the entire basket/load belongs to the same person.

    Put Away As Is

    I don’t turn things right side out. If it goes into the laundry inside out then it gets put away inside out.

    I also don’t match socks up + then put them away. If there is a solo sock, it goes into the sock drawer. When I locate the pair, I match it in the drawer. Sometimes my girls just wear mismatched socks 🙂

    I hear that’s in now anyway.

    Enlist the Kids

    My older two are at an age where they think it’s kind of fun to put away laundry. This phase probably won’t last long so I’m taking advantage of it while I can.

    While I am folding their laundry, I hand them a small stack of one category (such as socks) + then tell them to put these in the sock drawer or whatever drawer it is.

    Then they come back for another round.

    Put Clothes Directly in the Washer

    As everyone undresses, take the pile + put it directly in the washer. When the washer is full enough for a load, start it.

    Wash, Dry + Put Away At The Same Time

    This is probably the most challenging if you’re easily distracted by shiny object syndrome like I am (+ by this I mean all the fun stuff like changing diapers, making endless snacks + trying to fit in a shower for myself).

    Put a load in the washer. When it’s done, move it to the dryer. When it’s done, put it away.

    This helps to keep the laundry from piling up (either dirty or clean).

    One or all of these tips can really take the load off of doing laundry. Pun intended.

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  • Daily Life

    It’s Flu Season, Ya’ll

    With my oldest daughter in Kindergarten this year + my middle daughter still in pre-school, it seems like they bring home ALL. THE. GERMS.

    We try washing hands. We use oils. We get the flu shot.

    Sometimes, it feels as if none of this works. In our school system there’s been an increased number of students with influenza-like illness that attend my daughter’s school. 

    Health Department Recommendations for the Flu

    The Health Department recommends that you + your family members take the following steps to protect yourselves + others from influenza + other respiratory illnesses:


    They recommend vaccinating your child + yourself against influenza this year + every year.

    I know this a controversial topic for some. I believe in the flu vaccination. I vaccinate myself. I vaccinate my children + my husband, who is an Army Officer, also gets the vaccination every year.

    I know it doesn’t protect us against every strain of the flu but so far it has kept all of us from coming down with the flu for the past 6 years.

    Wash your hands often with soap and water

    Nothing fights germs, even flu germs, like good old-fashioned soap + water. It is especially important to wash hands after coughing or sneezing.

    Teach your children to wash their hands frequently with soap + water for 20 seconds. We sing the Happy Birthday song twice 🙂 Be sure to set a good example by doing this yourself. 

    If soap and water are not available, alcohol-based hand sanitizers are also effective in the war against germs.

    Cover coughs + sneezes with a tissue 

    After coughing + sneezing into a tissue, throw it in the trash right away. If tissues are not available, cover coughs + sneezes with the upper sleeve of your shirt.

    Avoid touching your eyes, nose + mouth

    Germy hands that touch eyes, noses + mouths (openings into our bodies) is how germs are spread. My husband is forever reminding our girls to keep their hands away from mouths, noses + eyes.

    Try to avoid close contact with individuals who have flu symptoms

    If you know someone has the flu, stay away from them! I know this is easier said than done sometimes.

    Plus, there are those people that like to show up at work or school hacking all over the place + you cannot control that.

    Monitor your child for signs of illness

    Flu symptoms are different than cold systems. The flu usually hits like a ton of bricks–all of a sudden.

    Flu symptoms to watch for:

    • Fever or feeling feverish/chills
    • Cough
    • Sore throat
    • Runny nose or stuffy nose
    • Muscle or body aches
    • Headaches
    • Fatigue
    • Vomiting and/or diarrhea (more common in children than adults)

    Keep your sick kiddos home

    If your child has flu-like symptoms or is sent home from school with flu-like symptoms, keep your child home + away from others until the child has been symptom free + without fever for at least 24 hours (i.e. he or she should not attend school, school functions, sporting or extracurricular activities, or leave the home except to seek medical attention).

    I know this is slightly unrealistic if you have other children at home but try sequestering them to a bedroom + sanitize the crap out of the rest of your house + their quarantine area once they are feeling better.

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  • Daily Life

    Tips To Be A More Productive Mommy

    This blog post contains affiliate links. I may earn a small commission to fund my coffee drinking habit if you use these links to make a purchase. It does not cost you anything extra +  you’ll keep me supplied in caffeine. It’s a win for everyone, really.

    Do you often think about what you would do with even just one extra hour in your day?

    Squeezing more time out of the ‘ole 24 hours a day — especially if you cook for your family every day, keep your house clean(ish) + hold down a job to pay all the bills — is hard.

    You’ve tried googling “productivity tips” but you see ideas suited for C-level executives or young singles with boundless energy, not real moms like you.

    I have something that just might help, something created by women + moms who understand that you’re looking for practical productivity solutions that can work in your world.

    It’s called The Ultimate Productivity Bundle and it was created curated by real people with real life responsibilities just like you: they have families, work part- or full-time jobs or run businesses, don’t have personal assistants or the budget for hiring lots of extra help. 

    They want to help you (+ themselves) conquer your to-do list, free up more time for yourself + reach your goals.

    When you buy The Ultimate Productivity Bundle you’ll get access to:

    • 5 eBooks
    • 14 eCourses + videos
    • 26 printables + workbooks

    The bundle is only available for 6 days!

    Check out the Ultimate Productivity Bundle to see if it is for you.

    You also have the option to buy “cheat sheets” with your bundle. This is a game changer, because with these time-saving cheat sheets, you can review all the bundle’s material in less than half the time + then dive deeper into the topics that are most interesting to you.

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