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Across the country, families are staying home and being thankful for the blessings of health, family, and comfort. I've heard from a lot of my fellow homeschool sister mamas and they've mentioned…


March is National Reading Month! Reading is a favorite pastime for many, and especially homeschoolers! We share a unique love of books, so what better time to celebrate? National Reading Month…


Isolation is no joke. Even for those of us who are used to homeschooling or are introverts, staying home endlessly can start to get to the best of us! As homeschoolers, we aren’t accustomed…


As working adults, most of us would agree that we are more likely to feel motivated to do our jobs well when our successful efforts are accompanied by positive reinforcement. After all, positive…


Do you feel it? The dark winter months, the cold and flu season, the repetitiveness of the winter... it is difficult! But don’t give in, don’t quit! Read on to find out why we are fighting…


February is a difficult month. It’s smack dab in the middle of the year, cold, dark, and far from the excitement of the beginning or end of the semester. Homeschool burnout is most common in…


Taking time to review or assess your homeschool every six months is a great way to keep away "homeschool blindness!" You know - that inability to "sniff out" what is really going on in your homeschool!…


Have you ever thought about your homeschooling successes and failures? Have you taken the time to "grade" yourself? Then you've assessed your homeschool! But is it time to do it again? Click…


January is the perfect time to reflect on your homeschool year so far.  Whether your family is transitioning from public school to homeschooling, or you are simply beginning a new homeschool…


  We've all been there as parents... slightly exasperated at our child's loss of all manners. Don't sweat it - - and don't be embarrassed!  They could just be shy and feel too awkward…