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This post contains affiliate links, and when you purchase anything after clicking them it benefits my family. Thank you for your support of this site! Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom If you have students (ages 5-12) who … [Continue reading]

Self-care for the highly sensitive parent

Self-care for the highly sensitive parent

Written by Anne Bogel of Modern Mrs. Darcy. I've known for a decade or three that I'm an introvert, but it's only recently — after reading Susan Cain's excellent book Quiet — that I discovered I'm also a "highly sensitive person." Whether or … [Continue reading]

Cultivating a heart of service in our children

Cultivating a heart of service in our children

Written by Alecia Baptiste of AleciaBaptiste.com. Somehow serving and helping others has always been a part of who I am. It just seems to be woven into my DNA. I'm the kind of person who sees injustice, a hurt or need and something wells up … [Continue reading]

5 tips for a happier homeschool

5 tips for a happier homeschool ~SimpleHomeschool.net

Written by Rachel Wolf of Clean and Lusa Organics Skin Care Homeschooling can be such serious business. Each day you juggle more tasks than a CEO. Learning styles, lunch, and laundry. Geometry, groceries, and gardening. Disputes, … [Continue reading]

5 fantasy worlds your kids will love

Casting spells and raising dragons: fantasy worlds kids love

The following is a guest post by Corinne Jacob of Alternate Tutelage. I started reading Harry Potter at around the time the third book was released; it was the first one I read, and remains my favorite to this day. By the time the seventh book … [Continue reading]