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Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom
Enjoy this week’s homeschool inspiration:
- Simplified schedules and meals :: From contributor Kari Patterson of Sacred Mundane
- 5 fantastic homeschool room hacks :: Ed Snapshots
- The education of a best-selling author :: The Washington Post
- Your one best good thing :: Quill and Camera
- Global Table Adventure :: 195 countries, 195 meals, 195 weeks
My recommendations this week:
Looking for a sentimental Thanksgiving read-aloud? I’ve found it challenging in the past to find a good one, but this year we’re trying out this title by one of my fav authors ever! Bonus #1: FREE on Kindle, woot! Bonus #2: Next week we get to watch the movie, too!
If you ever struggle with stress when it comes to making decisions, and choosing what’s best in a world of unending options – you’d enjoy The Best Yes. The chapter on Analysis Paralysis was SO helpful for me – I feel like I no longer need to constantly second guess myself.
FREEBIE: “What if we carved out 10 minutes every day for one week to invite gratitude to come and clear out the spaces in us that feel bogged down?” I have been incredibly blessed by Lisa Byrne’s heartfelt work, and right now she’s offering a FREE “gratitude cleanse” so we can enter the holidays differently this year.
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“Without education, we are in a horrible and deadly danger of taking educated people seriously.” ~ G.K. Chesterton