3 ways simplifying might save your sanity

Three ways simplifying might save your sanity

The following is a post from contributor Kari Patterson of Sacred Mundane. I have this fantasy of fleeing into the far-off woods and living off-grid. In my (unrealistic) fantasy we live off the land with no iPhones, no trips to Costco, no … [Continue reading]

Giveaway: $100 package from Great Homeschool Conventions

Great Homeschool Conventions giveaway

This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest! Welcome to today's giveaway--sponsored by Great Homeschool Conventions: Great Homeschool Conventions will hold this year’s regional conventions in Texas (February), South Carolina (March), Ohio … [Continue reading]

The 5 love languages of homeschooling

The 5 love languages of homeschooling

Jamie Martin, editor of Simple Homeschool, also blogs about motherhood at Steady Mom A few weeks ago an issue with one of my children kept me up late into the night. You know, one of those little things that you can't quite figure out. After … [Continue reading]

Homeschooling growth through community

Growth through community involvement

The following is a guest post by Kassandra Brown of ParentCoaching.org. "A big wind blows…” My daughter is in the middle of a 30-person circle, holding one arm out as she turns slowly to look at all of us. “On all of those….” She smiles … [Continue reading]

Homeschool inspiration: The baking with boys edition

homeschool inspiration

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this site! Elijah and I have been devoting time to his baking lessons weekly - I love seeing my boys work confidently in the kitchen Enjoy this week's homeschool … [Continue reading]