Coaching & Counseling, Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle, Spiritual

Starting the Homeschool Journey: 3 Steps to Help You Get Started on the Right Foot

Whether you have freely chosen to homeschool or have been forced into it by circumstances and situations, getting started doesn't have to seem impossible. I vividly remember when my husband and I decided that we were going to homeschool our children. In my heart I knew we were making the right decision, but in my… Continue reading Starting the Homeschool Journey: 3 Steps to Help You Get Started on the Right Foot

Coaching & Counseling, Homeschooling, Lifestyle

Operation Homeschool Success: Parenting Styles

For the past couple of weeks, I've been on a "styles" kick. You've probably heard of learning styles and homeschooling styles as being very important facets in home education - but what about the role that parenting styles play? In our Facebook group, With the Huddleston's Homeschooling Community, we started a two-week mission called Operation… Continue reading Operation Homeschool Success: Parenting Styles

Coaching & Counseling, Guest Post, Homeschooling, Lifestyle

4 Ways a Low-Impact Schedule Can Boost Motivation For Any Homeschool

It's already February, but the end of the school year can still seem light years away. There's something about the winter months that brings a sort of homeschool slump that almost makes it hard to recover and finish strong. Know what I mean? To be completely honest, I have felt this sense of a slump… Continue reading 4 Ways a Low-Impact Schedule Can Boost Motivation For Any Homeschool

Coaching & Counseling, Homeschooling, Lifestyle

DIY: The Game Changer

Everywhere you look you can find something related to DIY - do it yourself. From garden landscaping to home upgrades, doing it yourself is no surprise. But what about when it comes to planning your own homeschool curriculum? Before you panic and leave, allow me to tell you five reasons how planning your own curriculum… Continue reading DIY: The Game Changer

Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle, Wellness

My Oily Homeschool (and why you need one too)

Three years ago, I considered natural living a big green salad and an occasional smoothie from Smoothie King. I cleaned with products that had a scent of lemon or lavender but had a list of ingredients that I couldn't pronounce. And if I (or a family member) had some type of ailment, to over-the-counter meds… Continue reading My Oily Homeschool (and why you need one too)