It’s okay to say no

It's okay to say no

Written by Kris Bales of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. A few years ago, it was very popular for mom bloggers to write about being the "yes mom." There were blog posts, Facebook status updates, and Instagram photos capturing those yes mom … [Continue reading]

FREE BOOKS! Today’s best Kindle freebies for your family

FREE BOOKS! Today's best Kindle freebies for your family

In today's post: Laughing with Asperger's, the Global Study Bible, interactive history adventures, Father Brown mysteries and several more titles--click through to download! All of the resources below were available free or on offer at the time this … [Continue reading]

It’s not fair: Learning to love the life you didn’t choose

It's Not Fair: Learning to Love the Life You Didn't Choose

Written by Melanie Dale of Unexpected.org A note from Jamie: Sometimes life just isn't fair, a fact my friend Melanie knows all too well. She's walked the hard road of infertility as well as dealing with special needs and mental illness in her … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

Weekend homeschool links

After a beautiful week at the beach, I'm just about ready to say goodbye to summer! Weekend homeschool links: Homeschool school room, or lack thereof 30 self care ideas for back to homeschool Why classical homeschoolers love AAR and AAS … [Continue reading]

10 fresh homeschooling paths to add variety to your routines

10 fresh homeschooling paths: Add some variety to your routines

Written by Kara Fleck. Whether it is a string of monotonous days, the need for a fresh take on a subject, or a little boredom creeping in, sooner or later almost everyone finds themselves needing some variety in the routine. While I value … [Continue reading]