I homeschool and I love it. I home school and I 90% love it. 75% of the time. I believe homeschooling is the best option for parent and child. I believe homeschooling might be one of many good options for parent and child. I'm not in the homeschool gang, believing that 'you are your child's... Continue Reading →
Our family of 7 is hitting the road! We're taking a 3 week road trip from Georgia to New Hampshire, with stops in 7 States along the way. We will be vacationing with family (I don't think we're fancy enough to say "we will be summering") on a beautiful lake in New Hampshire for 6... Continue Reading →
Here's a scheduling template I find myself continually revolving around because it is so flexible, gracious, and productive. I hope you like it, too!
A post about laundry seems appropriate after a long weekend! As promised, Part IV of Summer Scheduling!
Chores, Chores, what a Bore! They don't have to be fun, they just have to get done! These are some of the phrases that groggily march through my head as I think about maintaining a home. I'll be the first to admit that, on a scale of 1-100 for things that bring me joy... Continue Reading →
I choose to school year round. Slowly. With lots of interruptions. It just seems to work better for me and the gang. And in yesterday's post, I explained that school is the first task to be tackled in our day. Since I'm educating children ages 5-8 at very different levels-and with a toddler and baby in... Continue Reading →