How to Be Grateful About Homeschooling

Sometimes it’s hard to be grateful about homeschooling. After all, I’m with my kids 24/7. As their teacher and parent, I get stuck with all the whining, all the planning, and all the “mistakes.” I am like a chameleon, always shifting into what is working for my children at any given moment; always trying to … Continue Reading

Activities to Entertain Your Toddler While You Homeschool!

A lot of people told me that I wouldn’t be able to homeschool my girls if I had another child. This tongue-in-cheek comment made me say, spitefully I may add, “Just watch me.” I was back to homeschooling my girls when my son was less than a month old. That year, I relied heavily on … Continue Reading

The Beginners Guide to Homeschooling

Are you just starting your homeschool journey? Perhaps you’ve been “in-it”, but are you still trying to get into the swing of things? I know it took me a couple of years to find my footing. At the beginning, I still wasn’t sure what kind of homeschooler I wanted to be. An eclectic? Curriculum stickler? … Continue Reading

Should You Homeschool During the Summer?

All kids look forward to summer. It’s a time when they can throw their workbooks to the wind and get down to just being a kid. Playing all day or swimming or staying up late (or sleeping in late). And don’t forget the epic sugar buzz of ice cream overload. It’s a special time when … Continue Reading