I have downloaded the Productive Mom – PLR Bundle from PLR.me website today.
The bundle consists of 5 done-for-you brandable resources related to productivity as a mother. If you buy them separately, it will cost you 24 Credits. You will save 16% if you buy them as a bundle, which costs 20 Credits.
The file size after unzip is about 400MB. It consists of the following:
- Kids Chore Checklist: 2 pages, about 200 words
- Cleaning Checklist: 4 pages, about 250 words
- The Productive Mom Guide: 50 pages, about 5800 words
- Executive Summary: 9 pages, about 2000 words
- Slide Deck Presentations: contains 114 slides, each with some notes.
* For items 1 to 4, they consist of some web cover images and documents in various formats (pdf, Apple Pages, and Word).
* For item 5, it consists of some web cover images and document in various formats (keynote, pdf, and PowerPoint)
Out of the five PLR packs, I believe item 3, The Productive Mom Guide, is the most valuable.
The Productive Mom Guide Review
Below is a sample of some of the information in this guide:
The Power of Doing Nothing
Now that you’re more productive and organized, you’ve come to the sweet chapter.
In order to be a productive person, you need to rest. You need time to do things you enjoy. You need time when you’re not cleaning, baking cookies, or helping with homework.
Certainly, by now you’ve heard the term self-care. It may sound silly to you or you may fully embrace it, but moms need time to recharge and refresh.
Julie Burton, author of The Self-Care Solution: A Modern Mother’s Must-Have Guide to Health and Well-Being, explains in an interview with Parents magazine:
The moment you become a mother and commit to caring for your child, set an intention for yourself: I will honor and respect myself by regularly taking care of my needs. This will make me happier and better able to care for my family…As moms, we have an enormous opportunity to set a great example for our children of how to be kind to ourselves, and in turn, how to be kind to others. As the saying goes, we can’t pour from an empty cup.
There are certainly some seasons of motherhood that make it more difficult to rest and relax, but if at all possible, spend some of your time doing absolutely nothing at all (or something that you really enjoy).
If this seems like a completely unattainable goal, here are some ways for you to get the rest and relaxation that you need mentally, physically, and emotionally.
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