September 2012 Digital Magazine
Life can be like a race. You jump out of bed and hit the ground running and stop running only when you crawl back into bed at the end of the day. Run your daily race more efficiently and successfully, with less stress and fatigue.
Life can be like a race. You jump out of bed and hit the ground running and stop running only when you crawl back into bed at the end of the day. The September issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine will help you run your daily race more efficiently and successfully, with less stress and fatigue.
- Are you juggling too many balls? Wearing the woman, wife, mom, and home educator (and sometimes employee or business owner) hats can be a challenge. Denise Mira shares a non-negotiable lifesaver to help you make it through the daily grind. Rea Berg will help you learn how to slow down and schedule time for play and time to simply “be.” Margie Gray offers advice about how to manage a job and school.
- Take a trip around the world . . . from your pantry to the ethnic grocery store! From anise to zatar, make grocery shopping an international adventure with Alicia Klepeis’s unit study.
- Challenged by great book studies? You don’t have to be an expert to get started. Andrew Pudewa reveals how to dive in and get your students talking about great books.
- Are your teens old enough to work? Discover the ins and outs of child labor laws with attorney Antony Kolenc.
- Do your kids avoid writing like they avoid the plague? Try Right Brain Writing. Diane Craft reveals how to help reluctant writers learn to write and even to enjoy writing!
- Does it make you shudder to think about inviting someone over? Take the stress out of entertaining with tips from Lacy Langley. Teach your kids how to be hospitable with ideas from Jessica Hulcy. Discover what hospitality means for Karen Mains, author of a best-selling book about hospitality. Follow Molly Green’s recipe for frugal hospitality.
Make your life less of a race and more of a stroll with the help and encouragement you’ll find in the September issue of TOS Magazine.