HOMESCHOOL

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Our Summer Rhythm and Routine

I often receive messages this time of year asking about our routine during the summer. Primarily, do we continue homeschooling or not? How do we structure our days? Or do we at all? In the homeschooling home, where boundaries of time and…
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DIY Flower Bouquet for Mother's Day

Flowers are one of my favorite ways to infuse life and beauty into our home. While I hope to grow a picking garden of my own some day, more practically in this part of life, I set aside a bit of our grocery budget each week and pick up a…

What I Didn't Expect Homeschooling Teens

When I first began this homeschooling journey, I was amazed how many people would ask, "Do you plan to homeschool the entire way? Through high school?" There always seemed to be an emphasis on that last part with a little bit of judgement…

Our Homeschool in Pictures | January

[I]t’s a mighty act of human love to remind somebody that they can accomplish things by themselves, and that the world does not automatically owe them any reward, and that they are not as weak and hobbled as they may believe.  ― Elizabeth…
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A Gift Guide for the Homeschool

Gift giving is my love language. Whether it's something handmade, something gently loved and no longer needed, something you can experience, or something new, I love gifting things that would mean something to the one receiving. I think…

Thoughts for the Overwhelmed Homeschool Parent

This space has been so quiet lately, allowing some much needed room to sort out bits of my heart and home. Time feels so tenuous, doesn't it––the practical substance of our days, yet impossible to grasp. Yet I have been grasping still. It…