As adults, we’re pretty awesome at a lot of things. We tackle big challenges in our careers, our finances, and our health. We build impressive things. We write legal documents. We manage teams and conferences and estates and classrooms.

But when it comes to parenting, we often feel surprisingly unsure whether we know what we’re doing at all.

We love these kids of ours with a love so fierce and strong, and yet, half the time we shake our heads and wonder if we’re getting it all wrong and why this parenting gig is so darn hard???

Raising these hilarious, amazing, wild little humans of ours is both tough and tremendous, precious and perplexing, all at the same time.

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In fact, I don’t know about you, but it’s not uncommon for me to feel totally conflicting things at any given moment:

Looking forward to a quiet empty nest, while wishing I could just freeze time and keep my children exactly as they are in this moment.

Desperately longing for some peace and quiet, while loving the chaos and life surrounding me.

Wishing everyone would stop saying, “Mom! Mom! Mom!” even as I’m craving conversation with these fascinating little people of mine.

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No matter what your day has been like…

…whether you locked yourself in the bathroom to cry after you blew up at your kids.
…or if “Mama needs some alone time” evolved into hiding in the pantry and inhaling a bag of dark chocolate chips.
…or your budding artist decided today was the day to create a mural on the living room wall with your colored Sharpies…

Sometimes Parenting Is Awesome. And Sometimes It’s Not.

There’s one thing you already know.

Sometimes parenting is awesome. And sometimes it’s not.

You’ll take the not-so-awesome parts along with the beautiful parts. Because it’s so worth it.

But if you could find resources to help make it a little more awesome and a lot less hard?

It’d be a no-brainer!

Well, look no further, because I found something that might be just what you need: The Parenting Super Bundle.

For six days only, you can get your hands on a package full of resources to help you rock this parenting gig even more, for the most affordable price ever. (Seriously, just wait until I tell you the price.)

Parenting Super Bundle

Parenting Super Bundle Review – Tools To Destress, Simplify & Find Joy

This brand-new bundle includes 35 ebooks, 10 eCourses, 23 printables, 9 workbooks, 2 audios, and 1 membership site.

These top-quality resources cover everything you need to make parenting feel less stressful (and more fun!)… chore charts, discipline methods and ideas, strategies for tough challenges (for kids and for parents), printable craft ideas, homeschooling helps, and so much more.

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For less than the cost of a gallon of paint to touch up your little Picasso’s mural, you’ll get a complete library to help you:

  • Apply step-by-step solutions to common challenges like whining, arguing, homework, and lack of cooperation
  • Build stronger relationships with your kids (even your teens)
  • Stop playing referee in sibling battles (and teach them how to work things out)
  • Instill gratitude, kindness, and helpfulness in your child
  • Become a kinder, more intentional parent
  • and feel encouraged and inspired in your parenting.

Parenting Super Bundle

Plus, it comes with over $100 worth of bonus offers from companies you’ll love (this is one of my favorite parts).

You sort of need to see it to believe it, but the package includes 80 digital products and it’s worth over $1270!

Besides being so incredibly helpful, one of the things I like best about the bundle is the price. By offering it for a short time only, they’re able to give you access to over $1270 worth of amazing products for a whopping 98% off!

How to Get the Parenting Super Bundle

Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit their website, take a quick look at all the goodness that comes in this package, then click the “Get my copy now!” button to go through their simple and secure 3-step checkout process.
  2. You’ll receive an email with a login to their online access portal, where you’ll begin downloading your eBooks, signing up for your eCourses, and redeeming your free bonus offers.
  3. Use their Getting Started Guide to pick the topic you want to tackle first and give you joy in your parenting journey!

The most important detail, though, is that this bundle is available for just six days! After Monday night, August 14th, the sale ends and you’d have to buy all of these products individually.

I’d hate for you to miss out, so click HERE ( to learn more or buy the bundle.

It’s even backed by a 100% happiness guarantee, so you can make sure it’s right for you.

As you already know, parenting is amazing and difficult. Enjoying it even on the craziest of days is not impossible.

You don’t need to be a perfect parent to raise great kids, but if you (like me) could use a little help, learn more or get your bundle HERE (

(Psst… the bundle goes away at 11:59 pm Eastern on Monday, August 14th, so don’t wait!)

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36 comments on “Parenting Super Bundle Review – Tools To Destress, Simplify & Find Joy”

  1. What a nice offer, Lynn. My kids are grown but I could have used something like this when they were small. I miss the constant ‘mommy, mommy, mommy…’ but at the time, it would drive me crazy some days. Any resource to help parents is worthwhile!

    • The “mommy, mommy, mommy” I don’t miss haha. But I miss the snuggles. Yes, parents need all the help they can get. When my kids were little and we were having a rough day, I used to think it’ll get better. I learned it’s not that it gets better or worse, it changes and you’re faced with new challenges and rewards as the kids get older. I’m sure you can relate. Gotta love our kids. 🙂

  2. This looks so helpful. My daughter is entering her terrible two’s and my son just turned 10 months. I could use the help figuring out how to manage it all.

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    • You should definitely get this. And look online to see if your town has a local mom’s group or playgroups where you can meet other moms in your area. Or when you go to the park or playground, go ahead and strike up a conversation with another mom. They may be in the same boat as you and eager to meet other moms.

  4. I have a 2 and a half year old and a newborn baby. Some days I feel so in over my head. I didn’t get to buy this in time, but I signed up to get info when it comes around again.

    • I’ve been there and it can be challenging some days. Do you have a tribe of women you can turn to for support? That would be a tremendous help while you want for the Parenting Super Bundle to come back. Don’t go it alone. Even if you can find a friend you can send a quick text to if you need a sanity check, it makes a difference. Good luck!

    • I’m sorry you missed it. I’m sure they’ll offer a new bundle next year. Sign up for my mailing list and I’ll notify you when it’s available again.

    • As moms we try so hard to be wonder moms and we feel guilty if we’re not. But truthfully, it’s okay to seek out help. We’re not perfect and we don’t know everything. So why not get help from others who are willing to share what’s worked for them. And there’s so much you can learn from this bundle.

    • Don’t feel bad, many moms do that to get a break. Sometimes that’s all you need to get back to feeling sane again. Definitely sign up to get notified when it comes around again.

  5. I am loving this bundle. My husband and I have been calmer and more relaxed with the kids after reading some of it. Thanks for posting about it.

    • I’m so happy you’re feeling that way with your kids. They’re only young for so long. You want to make the most of it while they’re young.

    • Oh they’re so adorable at 6 months. The terrible twos weren’t too bad with my kids. It was harder when they were three and wanted to be more independent. But enjoy every moment with your daughter – before you know it, she’ll be 7 months, then 1 year, then 3 years old. It goes so quickly.

  6. I don’t have kids, but our neighbor has 2 little ones and sometimes she looks so stressed. I offer to help as much as I can.

    • That is so kind of you to do that. I’m sure she appreciates your help. We moms sometimes feel guilty taking breaks and getting help, but its good for us and the kids to take a little breather sometimes.

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