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5 Things I’ve Learned while Learning a New Language.

Last week I accomplished something major. For a little over a year now, I have been working on learning Japanese and last week I completed the last lesson in the first workbook. Can you see the confetti I'm throwing and the horns I'm blowing? Okay, so it might not seem major, but it is a... Continue Reading →

Plans and Changing Plans

Good day everyone. How was your Labor Day holiday? I had half a holiday, I guess? Hubby was home for most of the day and went into work after nap time, but since I'm not a morning person I think it worked out well. I've also been dealing with an eye infection that finally started... Continue Reading →

I Have a Dream.

Happy Monday! Sad fact, since I am no longer a part of the corporate world, I did not realize that today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Today we celebrate the Civil Rights Movement Leader's birthday. It is the only nationally recognized holiday celebrating the societal reformation. Photo by ATC Comm Photo on Pexels.com Rosa... Continue Reading →

Our Homeschool Experience

I am SO excited to have my first ever guest post. Katy is a good friend of mine, a fellow dance and homeschool mom. She is my go-to when I have questions about anything homeschool related or when I need to geek out about our common interests. She is honestly my role model when it... Continue Reading →

A Flexible Homeschool Schedule.

When we first began homeschooling, I bought an undated teacher planner. I wrote down every subject in the curriculum workbook plus our extracurriculars. I even have a space for anything extra we might do, like watching a documentary. I don't plan our school year out all at once, instead I plan week-by-week. That may seem... Continue Reading →

7 Ways to Educate Outside of Schoolbooks.

Do you remember how exciting field trip days were? A day of not sitting at a boring desk, reading out of the same material, shuffling from class to class, just going through the mundane monotony. Believe it or not, sometimes homeschooling can feel the same way. Thankfully it doesn't have to be all school books... Continue Reading →

The Freedom of Homeschooling

I first wrote this post in September 2020. Not much has changed since our first year of homeschooling, including my opinion. We have found great new materials to use and we've brought Isbe in with her very own workbooks (per her request, of course). This year, I'll even be doing some homeschooling myself, as I... Continue Reading →

Our Mini-Cation: Things to Do in OKC.

On our mini-cation last month, we explored the Blue Zoo Aquarium, the OKC Zoo, and the Science Museum Oklahoma. While we missed out on other things, like the gardens I mentioned in my last mini-cation post, I am glad we were able to experience these three places. If you're in or around OKC and are... Continue Reading →

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