Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle

You know I’m firmly on Team Paleo and Team Whole30, but I also believe it’s a good idea to stay open to new ideas and information—from the maybe-wacky to the almost-genius, I love to see what other people are saying and learn how they’ve been experimenting on themselves.

The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle is an awesome—and really affordable—way to do that!

This thing is a monster in the very best way possible. It includes 107 digital products—worth more than $3,680—including 68 eBooks, 28 eCourses, 10 printables and workbooks, one membership site, and one summit. And the price is 99% off the retail value: The whole bundle is just $29.97—and if you order today and tomorrow (Wednesday, September 20 and Thursday, September 21), you get the eReader files (a.k.a., Kindle action) for free!


I’m pretty excited about my contribution: It’s a ‘greatest hits’ collection of  recipes called Well Fed: The Ultimate Remix, and it includes 60 recipes from Well Fed, Well Fed 2, and Well Fed Weeknights. This ebook is only available in this bundle, and if you haven’t tried any of the Well Fed cookbooks yet, this is an awesome way to test them out!

But enough about me. There are dozens of awesome resources in the bundle, including a bajillion healthy recipes (including 8 paleo cookbooks and 7 grain-free and gluten-free cookbooks), natural remedies, exercise motivation and programs, kid-related info, gardening, homesteading, meal planning, and more. To see the complete list of products and their descriptions, head on over to the official site. Here’s a preview:


When considering a bundle, I think it’s always a good idea to see if I can pick out 3-4 resources that make me super-excited—then I figure it’s worth the investment because I get those 3-4 plus everything else as a bonus. Here are the four ebooks from the bundle that I’m reading now…

Amazing Feets by Mark Sisson of Mark’s Daily Apple: Mark’s books are always great, and my feet are always in dire need of TLC. Since we moved to Prague, my steps-per-week have jumped from 70,000 to 100,000+ and I wear ass-kicking boots most of the time, you guys, not anatomically-correct shoes. The book includes educational info and exercises (YAY!) for feet and toes.

That’s My Jam by Lindsay Landis of Love & Olive Oil: I’ve never made jam, and it’s kind of a thing here in the Czech Republic. The photography in these four books (one for each season of the year) is stunning, and the recipes look delicious. Plus, the recipes are accompanied by printable labels. So crafty!

Salad A Day by Irena Macri of Eat Drink Paleo: I’m a huge fan of Irena’s delicious recipes, gorgeous cookbooks, sassy personal style, and luscious photography. I’m also super into salads—we eat salad almost every day for lunch here in Prague. This cookbook—packed with 47 salad recipes, plus dressings and tips—does not disappoint. Fun fact: I’m sharing a recipe from Salad A Day on my blog on Friday.


Words, schmords. Enough of my typing. How about a cute video to seal the deal?!


1. Visit the official web site, take a quick look at all the goodness that comes in this bundle, then click the green “Buy now!” button to go through the simple and secure 3-step checkout process.

2. You’ll receive an email with a login to the online access portal, where you’ll begin downloading your eBooks, signing up for your eCourses, and redeeming your free bonus offers.

3. Use the Getting Started Guide to pick the topic you want to tackle first and start exploring some of your new goodies!


Loving reminder #1: The bundle is backed by a full money-back happiness guarantee, so you can make sure it’s right for you.

Loving reminder #2: The bundle goes away at 11:59 p.m. Eastern on Monday, September 25th, so don’t wait. Buy your bundle now.

The small type: In addition to being a contributor to The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle, I’m also an affiliate which means I make a small commission when you buy a bundle. Thanks in advance for helping me keep doing this work!
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