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Art of the Ancients from ARTistic Pursuits | Review

One of my favorite things to do in our homeschooling curriculum is to tie all of our subjects into history.  Art, music, science, math, you name it.  If we can relate it to our history study, we do!  Recently I… Continue Reading →

Mom Means It: Do Your Actions Align With Your Intentions?

Take your job as a mother seriously can be incredibly tough. Of course, when you have kids, putting them first and focusing on their needs will come naturally to you. But at the same time, you can still only work… Continue Reading →

Why Your Community Is Everything and How to Look After It

Community is one of the most important gifts we can be given. These are the people who will watch out for you and your family when you need them but also the people who are dependant on you for something… Continue Reading →

Choosing the Right Musical Instrument for Your Kid

There’s likely to come to a point in your child’s development where they will come home keen to learn to play an instrument. If not, you can always encourage them! Playing music is a brilliant pastime for any child and… Continue Reading →

Teaching Cursive to Young Children | Review

My eight-year-old daughter crossed what she considers to be an exciting milestone!  It is time to learn to write in cursive!  She’s a fancy kind of girl and thinks cursive writing is a fancy kind of writing.  I’m excited she’s… Continue Reading →

Best Pets You Can Count For Your Kid

Pets are good to have, no matter which pet it is. Pets are the best buddies parents can get for their children. A house with loving pets can create an environment which spreads love and friendship. Pets help with this to… Continue Reading →

Critical Thinking Detective Book 1 from The Critical Thinking Co.™ | Review

Every day in our homeschool my family sits together to read stories, memorize poetry and scripture, or study art and music.  We call it Morning Time, and it’s a concept that is becoming quite popular in the homeschooling world.  One… Continue Reading →

5 Tips To Live Smart In A Tech-Friendly Home

Technology has become an inherent part of every individual’s life. However, your whole family can leverage smart living ways by creating a tech-friendly home. It might sound difficult, but a tech-friendly home is possible for everyone. People usually think that… Continue Reading →

Your Hairstyle Can Add a Lot to Your Personality

You can make your presence felt in a gathering by enhancing your personality and adding style to yourself. Just by making small changes you can make a great difference and can completely stand out in a group. Apart from updating… Continue Reading →

Money Saving Hacks For Your Next Vacation

Money Saving Hacks For Your Next Vacation Are you trying to string together enough cash for a vacation? If you’re in dire need of a holiday, then don’t worry. While traveling isn’t cheap, there are many ways to save. In… Continue Reading →

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