Great Summer Reading Ideas for Elementary Aged Boys

*This post contains affiliate links.  Thank you so much for supporting the work that I do and my family.  You can read my disclosure policy here. One of my biggest goals for my children’s education is that they grow up… Continue Reading →

Friday Mashup! Great Links From Around The Web and More!

*This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting my work. There is some really great stuff around the web… and not so great stuff too!  But we will focus on the good today.  Here are a few articles that… Continue Reading →

Homeschool Planet from Homeschool Buyers Co-op | Review

I have found homeschool planning utopia… well, as close to utopia as anything else on the market.  I am one of those people that prefer a digital planner.  I hate erasing or crossing things out on paper, so messy!  I’ve… Continue Reading →

6 Tips and LOTS of Resources for Frugal Homeschooling!

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for helping to support my blogging. A common comment I hear often is… “Oh, we could never afford to homeschool!” Or, “Isn’t homeschooling expensive?” When someone says this to me they mean a… Continue Reading →

UnLock Pre-Algebra from UnLock Math | Review

Being a homeschool mom means facing my greatest fears. Some of my biggest fears circle math. Alright, I might be joking a bit here. However, in all reality, I am just like millions of other people who do not feel… Continue Reading →

Adventures of Rush Revere 5 Book Series | Review

My children are American history enthusiasts!  They soak up, devour, and outright hoard anything on the subject, whether it be fact or fiction.  Their latest deep dive into the topic is the Adventures of Rush Revere Book Series from Adventures of… Continue Reading →

How To Child-Proof Your Car

Image Source As our families expand so do a number of things we need to update in order to accommodate the changing needs of our families. That certainly applies to our cars. If you are not in a position to… Continue Reading →

Real Life Homeschooling: The Fear

I’m starting a series today called Real Life Homeschooling.  It seems every mom wants a glimpse of what other homeschooling families look like, hopefully not for a keeping up with the Jones’s type of comparison, but perhaps to help us… Continue Reading →

How to HOMESCHOOL from Apologia | Review

As a veteran homeschooling mom, many women families who are just embarking on the homeschool journey often come to me for advice and wisdom.  I have always wished I had something very concrete I could offer them.  Now I have… Continue Reading →

Online Etiquette and Protecting Our Families In a Digital World

What does online etiquette have to do with protecting our families?  A lot more than you think.  To best protect your children in a digital world, we often need to look at ourselves.  What messages are we sending our kids? … Continue Reading →

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