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If I Could Tell my Teenage Self Anything.

There’s no doubt about it, the teenage years are rough. 20 people shared with me what they would say to their teenage self if they could go back.

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Home School and Loop Scheduling

We are finishing up our home school year with an 8th grader, Kindergartener and a Pre-schooler. I’ll be honest with you. We are just now finding our groove. That is one thing I love about home school, if something doesn’t work, we change it. I’m not talking about curriculum. I am talking more along the […]

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Do Routines Really Work?

I have a confession to make. My family has to think I’m a tad bit nutty. No, they would never admit it. I’ve asked them point blank before if they were concerned about my mental state. They have always denied the accusation. Why would they think I was loco, you ask? Because I put my […]

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Four Tips For Home Schooling Your Creative Child

Do you struggle with homeschooling your creative child?

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A Peek Inside Our Homeschool Day with a 14, 5, 3, 2, and 1 year old.

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Peek inside our day. It is 2 o’ clock and I just sat down with my fourth cup of coffee for the day, but who’s counting right? I am squeezing some work in while the young kiddos have quiet time. I am praying my Kindergartener takes a nap, but those have become far and in […]

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Trying To Have Peace While Doing It All

For the longest time I suffered from something without realizing it. I continuously tried to have peace while doing “it all.” You may be thinking to yourself. You’re a stay-at-home mom. What could you possibly do all day? More than many people can imagine. Here is the thing though. It doesn’t matter if you are […]

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Our First 12 Weeks of Homeschooling

How is our home schooling year going? If any of you don’t know by now, this is year has been our very first “official” year of homeschooling. Last year we did home school preschool and I have always done some form of tot school with my oldest. This year however, I am teaching 3 grades. […]

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To the Mommy who struggles with Guilt

As a Mom I have struggled with guilt countless times. Did I say “no” too much today? Did I discipline my child enough? too much? Why was my child being so rude just now, was it something I taught them? Did I snuggle my child enough today? How many books did I read them? Everyone […]

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My (not so great) Balancing Act

My (not so great) balancing act If you have been reading my blog, you know that I have been out of commission for a while now. Why? You may ask. Well, to be completely honest, it is because I am terrible at balancing everything. In September I started homeschooling Kindergarten with my oldest, Preschool with […]

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Homeschool, Usborne Books and Mud Baths.

It’s been a long time. I know. I know that it has been a while since I have posted anything new. Life has a way of sneaking up on you and stealing your time and energy. That is what has happened here. We are in the midst of starting a new homeschool year with my […]

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