While carrying its own challenges, working from home—whether for yourself or for an employer remotely—is rewarding.
Hobbies may seem like a trivial issue; you might think a hobby can’t affect that much change in a teen’s life. But in their health, their development of personal interests, and in shaping their future, a hobby could change everything.
We know that our teens have unique strengths but it’s painstakingly hard to wait for those to reveal themselves. So how do we determine what those gifts are so we can shape them into usable tools for life?
When should we begin to train them to juggle the challenges of a job? Would we adversely affect their education in the process? Did the bonus of financial gain outweigh what they could learn about work at home? These were great questions, but ones to which I had no answers. So we began to search.
Making the transition from summer break to studying isn't always easy for homeschool parents. These tips will help you get a head start!
Is it our nature to be compassionate or something we are taught through our upbringing? Kay Orr takes a look at compassion and how we can help our teens develop this necessary character trait.