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 →

The Umbrella of Faith

...For this very night an angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I serve stood before me, and said, 'Stop being afraid, Paul. You must stand before Caesar; and behold, God has given you [the lives of] all those who are sailing with you.'Apostle Paul (Acts 27:23-24 amp) Can you imagine being... Continue Reading →

Same Home, New Look.

Right before we bought and moved into our house, the previous owners had it remodeled. I'm not sure of the extent to which it was remodeled, but I do know that it was painted and new flooring installed. I just remember walking in and my eyes landing on the fireplace. I've always wanted a fireplace.... Continue Reading →

How to Set Goals.

I realize that this is the second week of January and you might be wondering why I'm still writing on goals. The truth is I'm still working on setting mine. So I thought writing this post might help me figure out some of the goals that are floating around in my head, and hopefully help... 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 →

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