Get 50% off These Real Food Ebooks

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This week all the Keeper of the Home ebooks are marked down by 50%!

summer ebook sale - 50% off!

I’ve known Stephanie via the internet for six years, ever since we lived in Kansas and I wrote this guest post for her. Wow! Time flies! We had a chance to meet in real life four year ago at a conference and then again two years ago on a homeschool bloggers trip to Virginia. If only Canada weren’t so far away!

When I first met Stephanie I thought she was just a tad too crunchy. I mean only whole foods? No boxed stuff?! It only took me six years, but now I get where she’s coming from. I’m still not crazy about organ meats, but… I’m totally on board with all the other stuff.

This week, she’s offering all her books at a 50% discount. Stephanie was the first one I ever saw to turn out very professional books in digital format. These are not word docs thrown together. They are definitely worth your investment.

Check out these good reads:

Real Food on a Real Budget: How to Eat Healthy for Less, a lengthy guide for helping families shave up to 20-30% off of their grocery budget, while still buying high quality, real, whole foods. (You can read my review here.)

Plan It, Don’t Panic: Everything You Need to Successfully Create and Use a Meal Plan. This is a really useful primer to get people going with meal planning, explaining different methods and ways for making it work. It includes a 4-week real food menu plan with recipe links, and 11 printable pages for planning.

Healthy Homemaking: One Step at a Time is a series of 26 “baby steps”, to help anyone on their journey towards healthier living and homemaking. It covers everything from food to natural remedies to green and non-toxic living, all in manageable steps to keep it from being overwhelming.

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