There are 3 things that set apart a successful year of working and homeschooling. This is what we’ve found.
Podcast: Homeschool Life
Today on the podcast interior designer Kayla gives us the simple ideas for organizing our homeschool space! Visit her website at http://kaylallc.com/
Some people have plenty of friends who were homeschooled in the 1980s and 1990 and are now great examples to draw from when you are in THAT discussion with a skeptic. Many of you are paving your path path and don’t know an adult who was homeschooled. I want to share as many short testimonies …
Today on the podcast, get encouragement from listening to someone who’s been there done that: he was homeschooled in the 90s and has had a great job for the past 18 years! Homeschooling with Abeka worked for his family and his cousins who all were homeschooling rebels when it was barely legal!
Hannah and Freddy Tung own Out of Town Travel. It’s a blog that encourages you to travel WITH your kids and not leave them at home. They have 3 kids and have traveled all over with the world with them- and most importantly on a budget!
The never ending struggle of “What’s for dinner?!” Today we share what we do to make our food life simple.
It’s tough hearing all of the amazing things other homeschool families are getting accomplished in their school year. Playing the comparison game is not fun. We spent some time talking about what we don’t do during the school year in hopes of encouraging you.
The school year is half way through and home educators are starting to think about summer. Here are questions to ask yourself when debating a summer break.
Today we are talking the bummer that is the month of February. Yes, it’s Valentine’s Day, but besides that… we all have Spring fever! Come listen and commiserate with us!