Homeschooling, Lifestyle

Looking for a New Approach to Homeschooling? Try THIS One!

Finding an Approach that Works Finding an approach to homeschooling that works for you and your kiddos can get overwhelming at times. Trust me, as a mama who is homeschooling multiples, I totally get it. Attempting to sift through the many styles and methods may leave you dazed and confused. But don't worry... let me… Continue reading Looking for a New Approach to Homeschooling? Try THIS One!

Blog Contributor, Family, Lifestyle

Sunny Day Sunburn Relief

It’s a warm, sunny day and everyone wants out of the house. Time to go play! Maybe you’re at a beach, at the park, on a hike, or just hanging out in the backyard with the sprinkler. A couple hours go by and you realize that pretty pink glow is setting in and it’s too… Continue reading Sunny Day Sunburn Relief

Faith, Homeschooling, Lifestyle, Spiritual

10 Hebrew Words You Can Start Speaking TODAY

Take one look at the Hebrew language and it may seem intimidating to learn. Listen to it being spoken and you may think it's impossible to understand. I'd like to share six reasons why the Hebrew language is worth learning, plus teach you ten Hebrew words you can start speaking today! (Psst... there are free… Continue reading 10 Hebrew Words You Can Start Speaking TODAY

Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle

3 Genius Ideas for Homeschooling Multiples

One of the neatest trends I see in the homeschooling community is that majority of us are homeschooling multiples. Whether the kiddos are close in age are spread far apart, figuring out how to homeschool effectively can be overwhelming. I totally get it. I started this homeschooling journey with only one kiddo in tow. Fast… Continue reading 3 Genius Ideas for Homeschooling Multiples

Blog Contributor, Family

Racism in America: 4 Lessons Learned and Ways to Respond

A post by Blog Contributor, Cescelie Jelks Racism in America is a subject that I started to discuss with my children when they were very small. Why? Because, we were being confronted by acts of racism on a regular basis. I live in a small rural town in Alabama. I can remember being a child… Continue reading Racism in America: 4 Lessons Learned and Ways to Respond