Homeschooling in a Large Family with a Wide Age Spread

Homeschooling in a Large Family with a Wide Age Spread

Home educating in a large family has its challenges, add in several children over a wide age spread and life is never dull, though it certainly is hugely rewarding. My husband and I have ten children; they range from 25 to 5 years. They have always been educated at...
Give Your Homeschool A Growth Mindset Make Over

Give Your Homeschool A Growth Mindset Make Over

If there was one thing you could change about your homeschool that would result in: higher productivity more joy less stress and increased resilience you’d do it right?!? You can! Growth mindset really can empower your kids and you to make the most out of your days!...
Homeschooling and Supporting a Child with a Chronic Illness

Homeschooling and Supporting a Child with a Chronic Illness

In the Beginning… It started small. A pain in her writing hand. Some pain in her feet. I brushed it aside. She was taking exams, of course her hand hurt! And her feet? Well, she has had flat feet (and all the associated problems) her entire life. I honestly...
Homeschooling with Depression: 5 Self-Care Tips

Homeschooling with Depression: 5 Self-Care Tips

Even in the best of circumstances, being a homeschool mom requires giving yourself lots of grace, right? But when you also struggle with depression, you need it even more. At least I know I do. I’ve dealt with depression since high school and have been treated for it...
Summer Road Trip Hacks for Homeschoolers

Summer Road Trip Hacks for Homeschoolers

The season for road trips is almost here! Traveling together can be a great family bonding time if all goes well. Road trips give opportunity for setting your own agenda. Traveling by car is often less expensive, leaving finances for other activities.  Our...