Families all over the country are now looking for ways to keep their children and teens busy while they’re home due to the Coronavirus Closings. Time At Home We are living in crazy times. Never before have we had to close down public activities and schools as a nation. We are encouraged to stay at […]
Peggy Ployhar invited me to be a guest on SPED Homeschool. I met Peggy last fall at the 2to1 Conference for Christian homeschool mom bloggers and small businesswomen. SPED Homeschooling ‘s mission is to connect special education homeschooling families with quality information, materials, services, and support. Peggy Ployhar and I had an engaging discussion about […]
The Homegrown Generation Family Expo is a one-of-a-kind, LIVE, INTERACTIVE, ONLINE Homeschool conference. The Expo will feature some of today’s most popular speakers addressing the most important issues that homeschool families face.
If you are struggling with homeschooling and parenting then this summit is for you! I’ve been homeschooling for a long time and there have been many days along the way where I wondered if I was cut out for it. I would have loved to have a resource like this in my early homeschooling days […]
Are you a homeschool mom who lives with a chronic illness? Maybe you have a child or multiple children who have special needs, chronic illness, or both. If homeschooling with a chronic illness is new to you, you may be wondering how you’re going to plan your year and create a homeschool schedule
If you’re homeschooling with chronic illness, I could probably bet that you could use a bit of encouragement! This weekend Ana Willis from They Call Me Blessed, hosted a Free Online Homeschool Retreat! It was so encouraging and I would like to invite you to go to her Facebook Page to hear her line-up of […]
Are you anxious about homeschooling high school? Maybe you’re already doing it but you have no earthly idea how to keep up with the grading or record keeping. I’m a seasoned homeschool mom of four, having graduated my two oldest daughters and continuing to homeschool my younger two. Like many, I was intimidated by the […]
Deciding to homeschool is a deeply personal choice, but if you have a chronic illness or serious medical condition that choice becomes a very complicated matter.
It’s the beginning of a new homeschool year for us and we’re already in the full swing of things. Each new year, we start off slowly and really try to enjoy it. On the first day, we pull out all the school books and supplies and sit together taking in all the sights and smells […]
Homeschooling is one of those wonderful blessings that presents constant opportunities for growth and change. Homeschooling an anxious child, well, that can just rock your world! Anxiety is a very real disorder, adrenaline kicks in and suddenly your child becomes out of control and no longer thinks clearly. No matter what you say or do […]