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I personally own many of the eBooks offered in the Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle. I wanted to highlight some of those books for you today. (Not into eBooks? I’ll be talking about them a lot this week, but then we’ll take a nice long break. I promise!)
Accidentally Green: How and why one family began making healthy changes that honor God and happen to help the environment
I was completely intrigued when I first heard about Hillary’s book Accidentally Green. I grew up in a Mennonite church and I think my faith has a lot to do with why I have chosen a slightly more green lifestyle. I was curious to see what Hillary had to say about it all.
Accidentally Green follows her journey moving from a pretty “ungreen” lifestyle to a place where she uses cloth diapers, recycles, gardens, makes her own cleaning products, and much more. It is great to see how her small baby steps along the way slowly added up to more and more and more. It is a great testimony that baby steps can make a difference in your finances, the health of your home, and the condition of the environment.
Hillary shares thought provoking questions along with a bible verse at the end of each chapter to help readers develop their own action plan. This book is really good for those who are new to the “green lifestyle” and wonder where they should start or even why these things are important.
Unbound Birth: How to Have a Natural Birth in the Hospital
Unbound Birth is a great encouragement for women who are interested in a natural childbirth. Jennifer shatters the misconception that only hippies doing a home birth can deliver their babies without pain medication.
If you are considering a natural childbirth, this book will be your personal cheerleader. Jennifer shares 3 of her own natural birth stories. She also provides advice about birth plans, diet, and exercise.
Unbound Birth does a fantastic job of introducing the idea of natural childbirth to expecting mothers in an extremely encouraging way. It is a great for moms who are just starting to think about a medication free labor. However, I would not recommend the book to someone who is already well educated in natural childbirth since it is more of an overview rather than an in depth look into natural labor.
Confessions of a Cloth Diaper Convert: A Simple, Comprehensive Guide to Using Cloth Diapers
I love this book and I don’t even use cloth diapers. Why don’t I use them? Well for a ton of reason, but one reason is because I have so many questions! What kind of diaper should I buy? How do I wash them? What about diaper rash cream?
There are so many things to research and Erin has done all the work and put it into this excellent book. Confessions of a Cloth Diaper Convert is over 200 pages! Erin will take you from newborns to potty training and will cover all the leaks, yeast, stinks, and stains in between.
Reminder: The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle is on sale this week only until May 4, 2013! What if you don’t need/want all 97 eBooks? You can download only the ones you are interested in or you can giveaway the extras to a friend (as long as you delete the original from your computer).