Reset Your Homeschool With Homeschool Rescue (Review)

Rescue Your Homeschool

  Every homeschool mother I know is on a continuous journey of developing and improving their homeschool. We’ve been at it nearly seven years now and I still seek out “homeschool mom” books to read. Along with books, there are some great e-courses out there to help you find your niche at home. Homeschool Rescue from Only Passionate Curiosity is one such course that helps you reset your homeschool when things have gone awry. And trust me, eventually, … Read more…

Going (Kid-Free) To Convention With My Friend, Does It Get Any Better?

A few years ago I went to the Great Homeschool Convention in Ohio and was blow away by the hugeness of it. Since then I’ve been to Teach Them Diligently and the IAHE convention (not in the same year, of course!). While I enjoyed them and they did this mama some good, I found that I had been ruined when it comes to conventions. I experienced the biggest, and I wanted it again! So, this … Read more…

100 Days of Productivity & Acountability

100 Days

I recently read an article in Yahoo News about President Trump’s first 100 days in office. It was all about what he had achieved and failed to accomplish. It got me thinking . . . what can I do in 100 days? There’s no one to keep a tally of my achievements and failures (thankfully). There is no one keeping me accountable if I say I want to do something (cough, write an e-book, cough, … Read more…

Kids Love Snapology For The Fun, Parents Love It For STEAM (LEGO Giveaway!)

Snapology

Like most moms with a child who has a birthday coming up, I found myself on Pinterest looking up birthday party ideas. I simply cannot believe it, but Max turns six in a few weeks! We usually have birthday parties here at home with friends and family, but this year I was thinking of doing something different. I widened my search and decided to check out Snapology. Before I tell you about Snapology, let me … Read more…

Homeschool Math For All Ages (Review)

Math Mammoth- Homeschool Math for All Ages

Homeschool math is probably the one subject that I’ve spent the most money on during our homeschooling years. Some families get it right on the first try, not us. In the six years we’ve been homeschooling, we’ve tried at least two dozen different math programs. Some lasted a semester, while others lasted less than a week. Matching learning styles and preferences with a math program is probably one of the hardest things to get down … Read more…

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