Well, it looks like I just can't stop creating new printables! I received so many amazing suggestions in the 14 day free printable series, and I really want to make them all. So I've created a couple more free printables for you.
Before we get to that, I have to tell you about the Conquer Your Clutter bundle. This is a huge bundle of organizing ebooks, courses, and printables available through next Monday only. It's perfect if you want help getting organized or if you love printables like I do.
It includes my own How to Create Your Own Printables course that is usually $49 (but the whole bundle is only $29.97) and several other printable packs.
If you do get the bundle, be sure to fill out this form, because I'm going to offer my own special bonus to anyone who buys the bundle through me. I'll be sharing details about what is included in my bonus later this week, but I'm pretty sure you'll love it. If you buy your bundle and then fill out this form, I will email your bonus to you when it's it ready in a couple weeks.
Okay, so back to the free printables I made for you today. I created a books to read and a books I've read list. This has been frequently requested, and I thought it would be perfect for those of you who buy the bundle and have some new reading material. I even made a version of the books to read list that has the bundle contents already filled out for you.
When you are using your reading list (especially if you get the bundle with so many different resources), I would highly encourage you to allow yourself to check books or courses as complete EVEN IF you haven't completed the entire thing. ::GASP:: Also, if a book no longer interests you, go ahead and cross it off.
I used to feel like I had to read a book cover to cover (included the foreword) or watch a course start to finish in order for it to “count.” Fortunately, I've realized that is actually fairly inefficient. If I can get value out of a course or book from reading 1/4 of it, then that's what I should do!
This is especially true for bundles like this one where there are probably several resources that you don't need right now. You'l still get more than your money's worth if you just read 4-5 ebooks – no need to read everything just because it's available.
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