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Since 2013, Ultimate Bundles has been selling the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, a complete collection of resources to help you create a home and life you love.

Over the years, a crazy number of people (100,000!!) have invested in themselves by grabbing a copy of the bundle.

People like Nikki, who grabbed last year’s version… Read More...

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Sometimes in life there are books that leave a lifelong impact and change how you view the world. In my late teens and early 20's I read many finance and money books (I know I'm a total nerd.) During that time my views on money changed drastically because of these four insightful finance books.

These authors challenged the money lessons I learned in high school and provided a broader picture of what it takes to be financially secure. I am forever grateful these books because they have shaped my financial path. Read More...

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Do you remember Mister C's, Aquila Tea Room, French Cafe or Bohemian Cafe? In Kim Reiner's first book 'Lost Restaurants of Omaha', she delves into the fascinating history of Omaha's lost restaurants. She shares stories of the owners, the patrons and what happened to over 30 restaurants in the Metro area. Some stories are quite tragic, like the untimely demise of Cafe Beautiful. Others are refreshingly nostalgic for anyone who has a love for Omaha. Read More...

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Top Books for Middle Schoolers!

Disclosure: Contains affiliate link. All opinions are mine. Middle school can be a tough time to find things your child really loves to read (or at least admit to loving). These books will be on your child's wish list this school year and beyond. They'll love the engaging storylines, and you'll love the life lessons Continue Reading...

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Whether your teen is entering college or the work world, they need to be armed with knowledge in life after high school. Throughout their secondary school days, students read a variety of compelling books. Some of the top books every high schooler should read before graduation are part of that curriculum, but there are others that just have good life lessons, no book report needed. Read More...

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Best Books for Grades K-2

Emergent readers need text that's engaging and fun. Introducing younger readers to nonfiction, finding series books, and continuing to read aloud to your kids can help them really enjoy reading. Here are some of the best books for grades K-2.

The following books are great read alouds with adults or fantastic for emergent readers to begin to read on their own. It's important to note that students at the kindergarten through second grade levels are reading at different rates. Some texts may be more challenging than others for some students, but all of the subject matters are appropriate for five through eight year olds. Read More...

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Reading is such an important part of a child's development. Many experts agree that you can never start reading too early. In fact, doctors say that talking to or reading to a baby while in the womb gives them a strong foundation for developing language skills. Once baby arrives, you'll want to share fun, engaging stories with them. Reading to your newborn as part of a bedtime routine is not only a bonding time for parent and baby, but it's also a great way to start instilling reading skills in your child. With so many amazing books for babies, it may be hard to narrow down which ones to start with. These are the top books to read during baby's first year. Read More...

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