Is your child too sensitive? {Review – The Highly Sensitive Child – Elaine Aron}

Does your kid cry at the drop of a hat? Do they get super overwhelmed ALL THE TIME and fall apart when you ask them to do the smallest thing? If I’m describing a kid (or kids) in your home … then I can relate! Because I have kids like that too! And it used […]

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Why your homeschooled kid doesn’t need a diploma

Why your kid DOESN’T need a diploma if you homeschool

Is a diploma something you need to worry about in your homeschool?  Crazy answer … probably NOT! There is a HUGE misunderstanding about how diplomas and transcripts work … and what your kid actually needs to get into college. So in today’s video, I’m going to put your mind at ease. Simplify preparing college applications (no matter how […]

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How to start homeschool planning curriculum review

The FIRST book every homeschool mom needs to read {Review Top 102 Homeschool Picks}

If I could gift this book to EVERY new homeschooler, I would. Seriously … if you are trying to plan what homeschool curriculum to buy, this is the ONLY book you’ll probably need.SCROLL TO WATCHWhether you’re planning for your first year of kindergarten OR you’re planning to start with high school, this book has everything you […]

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Is a big change coming to your homeschool?

Is a big change coming to your homeschool?

Pssst … I have a secret. I have a big change coming into my life soon. And so do you.SCROLL TO WATCH​Did you know that? It could be in your homeschool … or in your home … or something else entirely. But it’s coming. And this week I’m telling you all about HOW I know that — and what you […]

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Homeschool Review “Discovering Great Artists” by MaryAnn Kohl

A simple way to combine art and history (so you might actually do it!) {Homeschool Review “Discovering Great Artists” by MaryAnn Kohl}

Does art get pushed to the back of your homeschool? With the best of intentions, you plan to get to it … but then things happen? Math takes too long. Somebody doesn’t want to finish their handwriting. The dishwasher breaks. Whatever it is — art gets pushed to the back burner week after week after […]

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Why I’m not homeschooling anymore

It’s not what you think … but it’s totally for real! You’ll have to watch to find out. 🙂

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Wildcraft! An Herbal Adventure Game for Kids Review

Teach Herbs to Kids with Wildcraft {Review}

Several years ago, I became fascinated with herbs. I wanted to learn all about them … how they worked, which ones did what, and how I could use them to help and heal the body. We were struggling with several pretty severe health challenges, and as I dug deeper, I learned more and more that […]

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Never stop worry homeschool mom okay

You’ll never stop worrying as a Homeschool Mom (and why that’s okay)

I’ve never met a single homeschool mom who doesn’t worry about her kids. And even though we tell each other NOT to worry, we still do. So today, I’m sharing my thoughts on “worry” and what you should do about it. And I’m including one little thing I try to remember that helps me on the days when […]

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Use Labyrinth to teach problem solving the A-MAZE-ING way {Game Review}

We all sit down together — the readers and the non-readers — and we want to play together. But it’s tricky … the teenager wants something challenging. The youngest wants a fighting chance. And my non-readers don’t want to get bogged down with words. I’d even like it to teach while we play (multi-tasking!) That’s […]

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Why I LOVE Bite-Size Reading [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Why I LOVE Bite-Size Reading [FREE DOWNLOAD]

I discovered a secret in my homeschool years ago … read-alouds accomplished more than I had been told by all the books and experts. Yes … read-alouds (where you sit and read a book together) introduce a wide range of books to your kids. Yes … you get to discuss and explore topics together. Yes […]

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