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Tips to Get Started with Truth in the Tinsel

Truth in the Tinsel and Homeschooling

*This post may contain affiliate links to products I have purchased and am excited to be using in our homeschool. See Disclosure Policy for details. We are so excited to get started with “Truth in the Tinsel, An Advent Experience for Little Hands” in just a few days! Last year was the first I had heard of […]

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Recover from Homeschool Burnout

Recovering from Homeschool Burnout

  Homeschool burnout … it happens. Even when we think it can’t happen to us, it can. I am not an expert, nor do I hold a degree in psychology, but I am a Mom. A mom who homeschools, a mom who lives real life. A life where laundry never folds itself and thus sits too long […]

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Run Your Own Race

Run Your Own Race

In this age of information overload with social media sites and instant messaging our world is noisier and more connected than ever.  While it can help us learn more and even develop new friendships, it can also lead us to get caught up in what everyone else is doing. Don’t get me wrong, it is […]

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Find Your Home School Groove

Find Your Homeschool Groove!

“Library Day!!” When I make the above statement my kids scurry around the house to find their library cards, backpacks and rolling suitcases; then place them by the front door. They will grab a snack…usually apples and bottles of water, quickly dress and remind me to make sure I have change for the parking meter! […]

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Independent Learning in your homeschool

Homeschooling Independent Learners

    Independent Learners … it’s what most of us strive for in the homeschooling of our children. Having kids who can read, decipher and then apply new information without us holding their hand through it all is a valuable skill. I am lucky to have independent learners.  Even the youngest who requires my help to […]

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