It's official. I wrestled with a blog post and the blog post won. It was bound to happen sooner or later.
On Saturday, I spent many hours working on a post due out this morning. (Just for context, I am the world's slowest writer. And also, I don't like to write. Why I chose blogging as a career is still a mystery.)
Those hours of writing were squeezed in around soccer games, a run to the airport and dinner out for a friend's birthday–you know, normal Saturday stuff.
Well, I don't know if you're a blogger and if this has ever happened to you, but at 11:00pm I was still working on the post (with no end in sight) and I suddenly realized I was done. Absolutely done. Like, I hit a wall done. Like, "I've got nothin' left" done. Just plain done.
So I closed up the computer and went to bed.
The post I was working on was about a sale. A big sale. Objectively, it's an excellent value, but I had been wrestling with the "right" way to tell you about it. I wanted everything to be just so. "Do I say it like this or like that?" "Is it better to put that there or here?" "Should I link like this or not at all?" Perfectionism kicked in big time.
Perfectionism paralyzes. (<--Click here to tweet this).
And I am so tired of being paralyzed.
So I thought, "Why am I doing this? I should just tell them that there's a huge ebook bundle on sale and
I'm buying it I bought it and maybe they should too."
So that's what I'm telling you. There's a huge ebook bundle on sale.
I'm buying it I bought it and maybe you should too.
Here's the gist
The name is a bit of a misnomer because it's really so much more, but it's called The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle. A $640 value for less than $30. You can see the entire list of almost 100 (!) ebooks & ecourses included, as well as all the fine print over on the not-really-finished post that made me cry uncle.
For homemakers and women, it's a no-brainer. For non-homemakers, the reason why I think you would benefit is because there are several ebooks in the bundle about blogging, time management, money management and more. It's certainly enough to make the bundle totally worth it. And then you get a BOATLOAD of other ebooks to boot. (Did I say there are almost 100?) Plus freebies. Score. It's definitely worth a look.