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Introducing Jessica Cole to the Blog!

"I had seen firsthand that homeschooling works, and I knew without a doubt that it was what I wanted for my children. But . . . I was also very aware of the fact that this was not going to be as easy as my parents had made it look."

Introducing Sara Jones to the Blog!

Enjoying Life Along the Way

Introducing Amy Koons to the Blog!

A Journey Worth Starting 

Introducing Carolyn Bales to the Blog!

I Like to Do a Little Reading in My Off-Duty

Introducing Rose Focht to the Blog!

Our Homeschooling Journey

Introducing Rachelle Reitz to the Blog!

Breaking the Ice and Tadpole Funerals

Introducing Chelsea Moore to the Blog!


Homeschooling When Life Gets Crazy

Overwhelmed by the craziness of homeschooling? You’re not alone! Join blogger and homeschool mom Tiffany Jefferson for some encouragement.

Nurturing Your Child’s Imagination

3 takeaways from Anthony Esolen’s valuable book, “Ten Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child.”

Leap Yeah!

Here are some ideas for celebrating Leap Year! 

Heritage and Homeschooling: Building Positive Identity and Empathy

Join Anita Gibson (HSLDA High School Consultant) and Amber O’Neal Johnston (blogger, speaker, and homeschool mom) for a conversation about building positive identities and empathy in your kids through homeschooling.

Not What I Thought It Would Be

Homeschooling can look different from what you expected it to be, but that's not a bad thing.

Summer Vacation (with Modification)

During this summer vacation, you can confirm what your family enjoys and what doesn’t work at all. You’ll also get an idea of what you can do on your own, and what you’ll need help with. This will be good practice for when homeschool starts again.

From Good to Great: 7 Elements of a Great Day

Planning a great day is like practicing the piano. Find the problem and keep working at it till you can fix it. 

Finding Joy in 2020

As I look back on our year, however, I believe God did allow me to find the joy in it, even if my word of the year wasn't consciously at the forefront of my mind.

Trials and Tribulations in Paragraph Form

Some days it's a joy to teach writing, and other days, not so much. Still, Sara Jones finds the humor.

Flexibility Brings Opportunity

My name is Abigail, and I’m a homeschool graduate. I loved being homeschooled.

The “Do” List

The next time you’re overwhelmed by what you “ought to” be doing, pause a moment. Flip over your To-Do list and take look at your Do List. It’s there to remind you that while you don’t do it all, you do a lot.

The Things I DON'T Do

Whether you do some of these things I don't or skip some of the things I do, I hope you find the balance of “do's” and “don'ts” that works for you. Our priority list must have limits if we want it done well!

Portrait of a Boy in Summer

What are little boys made of? Snips, snails, and puppy dog tails.
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