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This is an incredible deal that you won’t want to miss!

Get over $800 worth of Healthy Living ebooks + $150 worth amazing bonuses for just $29.97 (this week only!)

Click here for a fun video from me (yes, I’m just a bit excited about this deal!) and all the details on this can’t-miss package!

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    • says

      Yes, definitely! Thanks so much for posting that important reminder. I really appreciate it. As I often say, just because it’s a great deal, if you can’t afford it, it’s not a great deal for you. :)

      • Katherine says

        I really respect and appreciate your response; it shows you think more about others than your own possible revenue. It can be easy to get swept into deals, but like you stated, if you can’t afford it, it is not the bargain for you. Thank you!

    • Steph says

      It’s also not a deal if you can afford it but won’t use it. I have downloaded a ton of e-books already from MSM suggestions and have not read through a single one yet. Yikes!

  1. Rhonda says

    I am reading so many other good books right now. Time is a factor for me and this just seems somewhat of an overload. Plus we are saving for the holidays.

  2. Chelsea says

    I appreciate the thought of creating packages like these, but I find the idea of having to keep track of and store 80 ebooks overwhelming. In addition, at the price point of $30 I don’t think of the amount of stuff I’m getting (because I’ll truthfully only read probably five ebooks) but the cost of $30. Perhaps another way to package deals like this would be to list the 80 books but then only be able to choose 10 ebooks or so for a price of around $10.

    • says

      I agree with this. In the past, I have purchased book bundles here that I really enjoyed, like ones that included your Supermarket Savings course, Crystal :) (hint hint – you should really re-release that one – I continue to re-read it!). I think at the time there were maybe ten or so books for just under $7, and that seems a lot more do-able for me, both in terms of feeling like I could read the books and afford to pay for them. I wonder if this big lot of books could be categorized and broken up into smaller groups that cater to particular interests?

      • says

        Thanks for your input — and kind encouragement! We’re talking/brainstorming about a lot of future projects and possibilities right now and your comments are so helpful.

  3. says

    Hi, Crystal!
    Could tell me if there is information on being gluten, dairy or soy free in any of this information? I would also like to know if you are able to enjoy the Coffee Conversations at your own leisure, or if it is a use-it or lose-it kind of thing. Thank you so much for all you do and for your response.


    • says


      These titles are specifically for those on special diets:

      Baking with Quinoa by Alyssa @ Queen of Quinoa ($7.99)
      Family Friendly Allergen-Free by Kerry Ann @ Intentionally Domestic ($14.95)
      Affordable Gluten Free Dinners by Kimberlee @ The Peaceful Mom ($5.95)
      Sweet Freedom: Desserts You’ll Love without Wheat, Eggs, Dairy or Refined Sugars by Ricki @ Ricki Heller ($14.95)
      Weeding Out Wheat by Luke and Trisha @ Intoxicated on Life ($14.95)

      From what I understand, the Coffee Conversations will be available as a download. But I’m not 100% sure if they’ll be available to download to those who purchase this bundle, or if there will be an additional charge for the downloads.

  4. raelynn says

    I bought the bundle, but I having trouble with List Plannit. I am trying to download three planners, but it will only let me sign up for three months.


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