It’s the last day (Monday, April 27th) of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. (Are you relieved I’ll finally stop talking about it? I’m ready to share some decluttering projects I have done lately!!)
But before it’s over, I want to point out one single resource that may make the entire bundle worth the price for you. It is one I hadn’t paid much attention to, but I kept hearing about and finally checked it out.
It’s the ecourse called A Parent’s Guide to Natural Remedies.
Not that I had a real list of reasons I wasn’t interested, but these things probably had something to do with my lack of attention:
- My kids are growing up, and for some reason I thought this was for really young kids.
- The cover looks like it’s about essential oils. I have nothing against essential oils, but I haven’t gone down that everywhere-on-the-internet road yet.
- While I really do appreciate the legit course style of The Healthy Home (another more-than-$90-on-its-own resource in the bundle that I talked about on Friday), once I experienced the test-taking and can’t-move-to-the-next-unit-til-you’re-done-with-this-one-first part, I wasn’t ready to take on another course. I’m the mom who tells my 2nd grader I’m not doing her project for her (like other parents do) because I finished 2nd grade back in the 80s.
But for you, my reader, I decided to at least check it out. At least one lesson.
And then I watched a second lesson.
And then another.
And then, while I got up and did something else, I let another one play while I listened.
And my brain has been swirling with homeopathic possibilities for three days now.
Before I start telling you what I love about this course, let me just casually mention that the price of this course alone is $99. Y’all, that’s one measly dollar less than a hundred.
(And the entire bundle which includes this course and about a hundred other resources is $29.97.)
First of all, this course reawakened the natural-remedy-loving part of me that came about in my child-bearing years. With three kids, each 2 years (more or less) apart, I spent six straight years either pregnant or breastfeeding (or both). I didn’t drink a single Diet Coke or take any medication other than about five total Advil over those six years. (Not that I’m saying Advil is okay. Who knows what is recommended or forbidden these days?)
I was all about doctor approved natural remedies at that time in my life. And I remember being amazed at their effectiveness.
I remember thinking there must be natural ways of dealing with a lot more health issues.
That’s why the information in this course was so fascinating to me. I loved hearing the explanations about why what works and how. But I really loved how it focuses not just on healthy preventative things, but dealing with acute issues in kids or adults using homeopathy.
Things that I really liked about A Parent’s Guide to Natural Remedies:
- There are two instructors. Most of the lessons I listened to were done by the one who is a pediatric nurse. She combines her knowledge gained from working in traditional medicine with her passion for homeopathy. She’s also a mom, and her experiences with her own kids is what made her passionate about this.
- The lessons I watched were not about essential oils. Again, I have nothing against essential oils and have been meaning to look into them (which I will with another e-book that’s part of the bundle) but was excited to learn about these homeopathic remedies that I’d never heard of, but are readily available.
- The lessons are specific and address common childhood issues like ear aches, cold and cough and more. I feel I have a place to go to get specific information on what to do in the moment when one of my kids experiences these issues. There are also printables for reference so I don’t have to play a video in the middle of the night if I need to find information on a specific problem. Please note, though, that these aren’t around-the-house remedies so I would need to have the basics on hand already.
- You can watch any video/lesson in any order.
- No tests.
This course got me excited. Here’s a video that shows SO much about it. (If you’re reading by email, you may need to click through to the blog to see the video.)
And, again, it’s valued at $99. So, getting it as part of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle (for 29.97) is like getting it for 2/3 off PLUS you get so many other resources about all sorts of things related to homemaking. The combined value of everything included in the bundle is more than $1200.
So this is my last push to help you understand the value of this available-only-for-a-limited-time bundle. It’s gone as of (11:59p EST) on Monday, April 27.
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