If you are feeling overwhelmed in your homeschool, consider minimalist homeschooling. Collecting quality resources for when it is needed can be a blessing in your homeschool. Still, it can also become a curse when the collection begins to grow and is then forgotten like the fruitcake left in the fridge at Christmas time. It
  Hey Mama,   I once heard something freeing. It sounded like this: Organization is not an end goal; it is a continual action. It is not something you attain; it is something you continue to pursue. So, for those of you who think you have to “get organized” before you can feel confident about

Oh, Lord! Who Am I? What Am I Doing?

  Who am I? What in the world am I doing? Those incessant, unanswerable questions reverberated through my consciousness like an endless ping-pong game. Every new homeschool day began with a question of conscience and disorientation: What am I supposed to be doing today? My first year of homeschooling, I set out to discover some

Starting Over

  Believe it or not, I have the same New Year’s resolution each year: “I’m not making any New Year’s resolutions.” Why? They don’t seem to last. Not only that, I usually can’t think of anything new that I want to start, and I already have enough about my life that I’m trying to change

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