Here are a few reviews of our new ebook Merry Christmas, Meager Budget from around the web. Thankful for these women who have taken the time to read and comment on our new ebook.
It is on sale for $4.99 and there is still plenty of time to read it and implement it. You can read it in one sitting with a cup of tea and gather some great ideas for a stress free, simple holiday that won’t break the bank.
You can read reviews from these bloggers:
Brenda @ Triple Braided Life: “What I especially found helpful were the homemade gift ideas. You know how sometimes homemade gifts are a little cheesy? You know what I mean, right? Well, not these! Sarah and Beth include homemade gift ideas that you would actually want yourself and not be embarrassed to give to your friends and family. Some of these gifts are ornaments, an apron, a recipe in a bottle, DIY personalized mugs, Mason jar sewing kit, a ribbon bookmark, and a no sew scarf!”
One Fun Mom: “I thoroughly enjoyed going through this book and marking out ideas for our season. Some of my favorite things about the book are that many of the activities/crafts are things you can do with your children, the ideas have been tested by REAL PEOPLE, and the book helps me think less like a consumer and more like one who is ready to enjoy Christmas.”
Organizational Junkie: Honored to be in her line-up with some big name, “actual” authors:(ahem) “Five Christmas Ebooks to Help You Simplify Your Season!”
Words With Books: “When I saw this eBook floating around the web, I knew I had to read it. Christmas creates a lot of unnecessary stress on us women, and Sarah Beals of Joy Filled Days, along with her sister, Beth Bergeron, wrote this book to give you concrete ways to keep it simple, and tips to enjoy every moment. Their Yankee-isms will make you smile!
On decorations…A house doesn’t have to look like a magazine to be beautiful (though we all know those are inaccurately staged anyway). In fact, you can turn many household items into a DIY project to make a pretty centerpiece or homemade ornaments. I love how Sarah says,“There’s something rewarding about finding something old and giving it new life again.” <– Click to Tweet