Thankful for….Series

Thankful for….Series

(This week I've been blessed with the opportunity to guest post over at Minnesota Country Girl as part of the 30 Days of Thankfulness series.) Several years ago, just after moving to the state where we currently live, we had the very great honor of inviting TeenPact...

Hey Homeschool Mom – Keep It Simple!

Hey Homeschool Mom – Keep It Simple!

Keep It Simple, Sister!  If your family needs three degrees to understand what they need to do while you’re gone, that’s a problem.  If the person helping you out feels like the instructions you left them are written in Mandarin Chinese with a splash of Greek, Arabic,...

Should I participate in NaNoWriMo?

Should I participate in NaNoWriMo?

(This post is a two-part series on NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month.  Be sure to check out the first part of the series, What in the World is NaNoWriMo. For more information, check out the NaNoWriMo website.) Should I participate in NaNoWriMo? Before we...

What in the World is NaNoWriMo and Why Should You Care?

What in the World is NaNoWriMo and Why Should You Care?

(This post is a two-part series on NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, for more information, check out their website here.) Autumn is always one of those special times of the year. Fall leaves swirling down around you as you walk down the sidewalk, dazzling in...

Humor and Homeschooling

“Humor is something that thrives between man’s aspirations and his limitations. There is more logic in humor than in anything else. Because you see, humor is truth.” ~ Victor Borge   I like to think that I have a killer sense of humor. My kids are very funny too (I’ve...

Rodeo as a Homeschool Elective

(The following is a guest post from Rebecca Toon, author and creator of Homeschool on the Ranch.) Did you know rodeo can be counted as a school elective? It doesn't have to be just an expensive hobby. Yes, it's expensive. But there are so many lessons and skills...

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