Learn why so many moms have homeschool burnout and why it doesn’t have to be your reality with some simple systems put in place.
Are you struggling with irresponsibility in your kids? You need these effective strategies to teach your homeschooler responsibility.
Ever wanted to travel the country with your kids, using your experiences as a form of education? If so, roadschooling might be the homeschool path for you.
It’s not that hard to socialize as homeschoolers! With these easy tips, your kiddos will be thankful you took the time to make it happen for them.
Are you looking for fun ways to incorporate random acts of kindness in your homeschool? Look no further we have 3 creative ways to get you started.
Adding margin to your day can dramatically change the way you homeschool – and parent. Here’s what it is and how to do it successfully.
Moms of multiple children know that sibling fighting while homeschooling can make or break the day. Here’s what worked to curb that in our homeschool.
There are no other families like yours. So how do you create a homeschool that reflects your unique family? By asking yourself four simple questions.
Bible curriculum and resources that I use in our homeschool and love, pieced together to create a year’s worth of curriculum.
This free download contains 5 adorable styles of about me printables for kids, including a foldable cube! Perfect for back to school time.
Homeschooling in a large family has its challenges. Here are five of the challenges we’ve faced and the approaches we have found that work for us.
Growth mindset in your homeschool results in higher productivity, more joy, less stress, and increased resilience. Five key phrases will get you started!
Supporting a child with a chronic illness can be a daunting experience for the whole family. Read our story and the 6 things we kept as normal as possible.
Being a homeschool mom requires giving yourself lots of grace, right? But when you also struggle with depression, you need it even more.
Whether we like it or not, in homeschool and life, twins are barraged with comparisons, which can be harmful to the twins’ identities and development.
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...
Declutter your home and homeschool with organization to optimize your achievement in learning and feeling at peace. Anyone who knows me well knows that I am a huge fan of tidiness. In fact, I'll be completely honest with you and tell you that clutter makes me cranky....
Daily, weekly and monthly planning for relaxed homeschoolers shows you what’s coming and helps you better summarize what your family has learned.
There is certainly something quirky about homeschoolers. Let’s stop denying it. Homeschoolers don’t fit in, because they have been trained differently.
Meal planning doesn’t have to be difficult. Use these tips to save money while making some pretty delicious meals at the same time.
When academic expectations interfere with the parent-child relationship, remember your relationship is more important than any lesson, curriculum, or class.