• Everyday Geography

    The longer you homeschool, the more you will notice the blur between formal homeschooling and regular life. Conversations, books, and ideas will carry over into your dinner conversations, vacation plans and your choice of movies and television. You will also notice, as your homeschool career progresses, that there are always one or two subjects that… keep reading

    Everyday Geography
  • Audiobooks Count!

    If you, as an adult, say that you listened to an audiobook and highly recommend it, people take note. If you, as a homeschooling parent, mention that your child recently listened to “A Tale of Two Cities,” you might be met with frowns and questions about why your child did not really “read” the book.… keep reading

    Audiobooks Count!
  • 5 Summer Essential Oil Tips

    Essential oils come in handy during the summer. Not only will they boost your spirits, they will keep you comfortable no matter what your schedule holds. Keep reading to discover my 5 summer essential oil tips.   1. Soothe a Sunburn Even if you remember your hat, sunscreen, and a beach umbrella, odds are you… keep reading

    5 Summer Essential Oil Tips
  • Homeschool 101: Getting Started

    Whether your children are still younger than the required school age or whether you’re thinking about taking your middle/high-school child out of school, homeschooling can be a daunting reality. What do successful homeschool families do that you should consider? 10 Rules for Getting Started: Thou shalt not future-trip. It’s one year, that’s all. Resist the… keep reading

    Homeschool 101: Getting Started