Family, Guest Blogger, Guest Post, Homeschooling, iBlog Movement, Mompreneur

Flight Attendant Mom: Our First Year of Unschool

It's the time of year when parents are anxiously packing into auditoriums  for a close-up of their child receiving awards and honors.  As a Flight Attendant Mom of 3, this will be my first year not cheering, applauding, or  posting to social media my children's accomplishments and I couldn't be any merrier! Since choosing to unschool a year ago,… Continue reading Flight Attendant Mom: Our First Year of Unschool

Family, Guest Blogger, Guest Post, Homeschooling, iBlog Movement, Lifestyle

The ABCs of Homeschooling

When first starting to homeschool, I knew in the very depths of my heart Christ was to be the focal point of it. Alongside our children, I'd explain from the Bible why something was or wasn't acceptable. And we'd talk about it. But there were still some key things that I didn't yet know how… Continue reading The ABCs of Homeschooling

Faith, Family, Guest Blogger, Guest Post, Homeschooling, iBlog Movement, Lifestyle, Parenting

How to Strengthen Your Relationship with Your Child

When was the last time you REALLY spent time with your kids? As in, gave them your FULL attention and made them feel special? It doesn’t take much, but it can be hard to do, especially if you have more than one child, are a single parent, or spend a lot of time solo-parenting. I… Continue reading How to Strengthen Your Relationship with Your Child

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

Faith, Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle, Spiritual

Dear Homeschool Mom, It’s OK to break up with your homeschool group

Somewhere, there is a homeschooling Mom who is miserable. If she's not miserable, she feels like she doesn't fit in. She ain't a part of any clique. Her children don't quite fit in with the others. And, it seems more like a burden to keep trying rather than just throwing in the towel. Well, Mom,… Continue reading Dear Homeschool Mom, It’s OK to break up with your homeschool group