When we first got married and lived on a super strict budget, my grocery budget went from about $50-75/week for just me (lots and lots of organic produce will do that) to just $25/week for both of us. Shortly after we got married, I also became pregnant with Tristan, and I became even more conscientious about what I was eating so I could give my baby the best nutrition possible on our little budget. This led me to several important discoveries that have revolutionized our lives and added nutritional value in super simple ways.
This experiment of healthy living on a teeny tiny budget has led me to share our experiences and what we learned by writing an ebook! It’s actually in the rough draft stage, and I’ve sent it out to multiple friends to have them review it for flow, tone, and ensuring everything actually makes sense and I’m not doing my usual half-explaining-thinking-everyone-knows-what-I’m-talking-about thing.
So, the first editing process.
I chose a launch date of July 18th, because I’m not busy enough. 🙂 No, actually it’s because I’m so excited I can hardly think straight, and I want the launch to be over and done with so I can share this thing.
There are several things that need to be accomplished between now and then:
- This ebook NEEDS A NAME! (Any ideas? If I choose yours I will send you a free copy!)
- Final edits
- Figuring out how to launch it! I would love to set up an affiliate program, but then I can’t put it on Amazon. Although, you could share the Amazon link if you’re an Amazon affiliate! But Amazon Affiliates aren’t available in Missouri, where most of my promoters live. Decisions, decisions. Any insights?
I’m so excited to be starting this new adventure of writing ebooks and learning about editing, publishing, marketing, etc. All those things that fascinate me that I’ve never had an excuse to learn about before.
Happy Monday, CHL readers!