Homeschooling

Maximize Your Investment in Home Education

I receive lots of emails and messages that mainly revolve around one topic - the cost of home education. Contrary to popular belief, home education doesn't have to cost an entire life's savings. Quite honestly, you can get by with it costing very little. The truth of the matter is the amount you want to spend… Continue reading Maximize Your Investment in Home Education

Homeschooling

The DIY Homeschool Curriculum Method

Psst... this post is part of Homeschool Success Hacks Blog Hop! Check out the other amazing bloggers in this roundup and enter the giveaway for some awesome homeschool helpers! 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. What about… Continue reading The DIY Homeschool Curriculum Method

Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter Series

Easing Into a New Homeschool Year

Easing Into a New School Year is part of the Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter blog series. This post has been provided by Kylie from Homeschool Families Network. The new homeschool year is just around the corner. The anticipation and build up for homeschooling parents can be immense, especially for those that may not be all that far… Continue reading Easing Into a New Homeschool Year

Homeschooling, Lifestyle

Homeschool Planning KISS Style

We've all heard the saying, "Keep it simple sweetie!" When it comes to homeschool planning, this couldn't be more true. I don't know why - well, actually I do know why homeschool planning can be stressful and overwhelming. Nine times out of ten it boils down to overthinking it. So how do you keep it… Continue reading Homeschool Planning KISS Style

Blog Contributor, Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle

Summer Planning: How to Over Plan + Go With the Flow

I live in the far north and I LOVE summer! I love the heat and the flowers, bare feet, salads and long walks, fireflies and a different schedule that often includes bonfires, camps, long car trips, gardening, swimming, painting rocks, drawing, gathering feathers, turtle shells, and other naturally found doodads. Summer is also the time… Continue reading Summer Planning: How to Over Plan + Go With the Flow