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Finding Balance In New Beginnings

Finding Balance In New Beginnings

Wow, this is a fabulous article from Kay and is SO encouraging. I wanted to put her opening line here in this description, but I’m not going to spoil it. Read it for yourself if you need some encouragement this week for getting back in the groove.


Don’t Buy Fear’s Lie

Don’t Buy Fear’s Lie

It never ceases to amaze me the things we do or DON’T do because of fear. On the blog today Cheri talks about the costume that fear wears, and how a shift of focus may make all the difference in the world.


Not Designed to Fly Solo

Not Designed to Fly Solo

Some of us have a tendency to get into school full blast and forget about a couple important things that will keep us as homeschool parents healthy.


All Things In Order – Planning For A Successful Year

All Things In Order – Planning For A Successful Year

I often wonder what goes through the minds of my boys when I say, “We’ve got to get organized!” I seem to say that a lot. A plan for housework. A plan for classes. A plan for our finances. You get the picture. So what does organization look like when your children are in middle school or high school? It’s more than just a tidy...

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Five Advantages of taking CLEP Exams

Five Advantages of taking CLEP Exams

One of my favorite things about CLEP exams is that they are OUT of the box - giving homeschoolers so much flexibility when it comes to earning dual credit.


Doodle While You Study

Doodle While You Study

If any of you homeschoolers out there are like me, you have a few textbooks and a few DOZEN notebooks filled with study notes on several pages, and doodles on all the rest. Yes, doodling was part of my homeschool growing up. My mom realized at some point – probably a few months or a year into homeschooling us (I was 10) – that if...

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Finding A Homeschool Cooperative For Your Teen

Finding A Homeschool Cooperative For Your Teen

We have enjoyed hosting a homeschool cooperative in our home for the past 7 years. In a co-op, families join together to share in the instruction of their students. Whether it’s a core subject, elective courses, or physical fitness, the goal is to work together. The word cooperative is defined as “involving mutual assistance in working toward a common goal”. That goal is the success...

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Help Your Teen Create Better Habits

Help Your Teen Create Better Habits

Aaaahhhh, summer. I love the smell of fresh cut grass, hamburgers on the grill, and gentle summer rainstorms. I also love the time I have during our summer break to reflect on the previous year and prepare for the fall. When I say that, the first thing that may come to mind is an academic review. After all, isn’t that the most important part of...

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