Holiday Traditions

Holiday Traditions

Holiday Traditions For our family, holiday traditions include our three-story farmhouse swathed from top to bottom in Christmas lights. The holiday season is filled with special books, music, and movies. Trees, along with windows and door frames are trimmed with...

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Celebrate Thanksgiving!

Celebrate Thanksgiving!

Celebrate Thanksgiving We love to celebrate Thanksgiving. At our house it means dedicated days to enjoy each other’s company, visiting, cooking and eating. While there are certain recipes that we always make and certain things we often do, we are always on the...

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The Gift of Education

The Gift of Education

The Horse Barn My daughter cleans stables on the weekends, and since her brother has gone off to college, I have been going along with her. It’s peaceful work. The stables are beautiful, the horses are award-winning and the work straightforward. We clean stalls, sweep...

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Using Homeschool Travel as Career Prep

Using Homeschool Travel as Career Prep

In our Orienteering Class, we talk about many things related to adult life and careers. We had the good fortune to have a guest speaker this month, a homeschooling, blogging, expat, living in Scotland, to share about how travel has enriched her life and the life of...

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How to Fail as a Homeschooler

How to Fail as a Homeschooler

(Portions of this post originally appeared on the Golden Grasses website- by Lisa Nehring) It's that time of year when parents are re-evaluating schooling options for their kids. I hear over and over again, "I want to homeschool (or my kids want to homeschool), but...

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3 Reasons to Homeschool

3 Reasons to Homeschool

Everyone decides to homeschool for different reasons, but I want to share with you our top three reasons to homeschool. Our homeschooling story began in 1991 way back in Southern California. We have continued to homeschool across the country, with numerous children...

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