Homeschooling

Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter

Every year, more and more families choose to home educate their children. All of the preparations are made, and the "first day" approaches. But then... the questions, the doubts, and the limiting beliefs kick in. "How will I do this? Can I really do this? Is there support? Where is the support? Who else struggles with ___________? How do I know I'm… Continue reading Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter

Homeschooling, Lifestyle

5 Reasons to Consider Virtual Homeschooling

As years pass and homeschooling becomes more popular, the ways to do it increase as well. One of the biggest additions to home education is utilizing online homeschooling options. For many parents, there's no question about outsourcing with this type of resource. For others, there are questions. Before sharing 5 reasons to consider virtual homeschooling, I first want to… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Consider Virtual Homeschooling

Homeschooling, Reviews

Tips for Homeschooling an Advanced Child

Families homeschool for various reasons, and meeting their child's true academic abilities is among the top. You may hear a lot about special needs homeschooling when it comes to developmental delays, disorders, or other seemingly negative diagnosis. But what about the other end of the spectrum? The children who seem to be advanced. I knew… Continue reading Tips for Homeschooling an Advanced Child

Homeschooling

5 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Potential

Your child’s education should not be something that just happens in some systematic way. It should be a journey that is nurtured naturally and fostered in a way that gives them the opportunity to reach their full potential. Let's talk about five ways to boost your child's potential along with practical ways to easily implement… Continue reading 5 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Potential

Blog Contributor, Family, Lifestyle

Thank-FULL for Deviating from the Expected

Join Blog Contributor Lisa as she talks about being thank-full for the journey of deviating from the expected. My family and I have studied a lot of history over the years. We are history junkies and can place most events in history within a hundred years or closer, depending on who you are in the… Continue reading Thank-FULL for Deviating from the Expected