Free Ebooks: Grace for the Homeschool Mom, Giving Back, A Week of Meals in a Day, and more

NOTE: The price of these ebooks is currently $0.00, but that could change at any time. Be sure to verify before checking out that it is still free.

Unless otherwise noted, these ebooks are specifically for Kindles, but you can go here to download a free application that enables you to read Kindle ebooks on your PC.

battlereadyDownload a free copy of Battle Ready: Prepare to Be Used by God.

teachchildDownload a free copy of How to Teach Your Child: Simple Tools for Homeschool Moms.

graceDownload a free copy of Grace for the Homeschool Mom.

simplifyDownload a free copy of Simplify Your Homeschool Day: Shorten Your Day, Sweeten Your Time.

givingbackDownload a free copy of Giving Back: Discover your values and put them into action through volunteering and donating.

wanderlustDownload a free copy of Slow Cooker Wanderlust: 101 Adventurous and Delicious Slow Cooker Recipes from Around the World.

bbqDownload a free copy of BBQ Bonanza!

bestmexicanDownload a free copy of The Best Mexican Recipes In History.

castiron3Download a free copy of Cast Iron Cookbook: Vol.3 Dinner Recipes.

weekDownload a free copy of A Week of Meals in a Day.

Thanks, David C. Cook!

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Free ebook: Set Yourself Up for Your Best Year Ever

Free ebook from Michael Hyatt

Download a free ebook from Michael Hyatt today on The 8 Strategies Super-Successful High Achievers Use to Prepare for the New Year. In this ebook you’ll:

  • Learn the one quality nearly every high achiever has in common. (Hint: it has nothing to do with willpower!)
  • Understand why doing more and saying “yes” to every opportunity may actually be hurting your success — and what these high achievers have learned about the power of doing less
  • Get exclusive access to the specific tricks and life hacks these high-achievers use to get clear and organized, so you can finally take control of your calendar

Download your free ebook here.

P.S. I’m honored to be apart of the group of people asked to participate in this project. However, I cracked up when I saw that they are calling the people involved “Super-Successful High Achievers”.

Why? Because I sort of “bombed” my goals for 2014.

It was a good year. It was a growing year. And it was a year that our family made some really healthy changes that have paid off in big dividends for us as individuals and as a family unit.

However, I severely underestimated how much time and energy those changes and that growth would require. As a result, I’m only going to complete a few of my 2014 goals.

But honestly? I’m okay with that. The growth and health of our family is worth so much more than getting most of my goals checked off my list.

{I’ll share more on what I’ve learned about goal-setting this year and how I’m changing my goal-setting for 2015 after Christmas.}

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