Need some help this month? Want to feed your family well without a lot of hassle? Check out these make ahead meals for busy moms. Sweet and Sour Pulled Chicken Sandwiches Whether you teach your kids at home or are running the carpool to school, your days are filled. Having survived the first week of school […]
The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. This week I’m chatting about hair cuts, the first week of school, and inflammation.
Brave Writer Help for High School is one of the new items of homeschool curriculum that we’re using this year. I’m excited for my teen boys to go through this self-paced course. This post is sponsored by Brave Writer. I have been compensated for my time spent writing as well as given sample product. For the […]
A personalized planner is a blank slate system that allows you to tweak and adapt it to fit your needs and help YOU. Life as Mom contributor, Prerna, explains why you need one. One of the first things I did when I discovered blogs and organizing solutions was to create a home management binder. My most successful […]
Our homeschool curriculum for the year has some old favorites as well as some new items that I’m testing out as I teach 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, and 10th grades.
The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. This week I’m chatting about the rain, my new specs and why we’re going back to school early. So, this was the first week that I actually got to that whole writing a blog post thing. It was also the last full-fledged week of vacation. I […]
How do you know if you should stay home full-time? A reader wrote in with this question, one that I thought could benefit from a range of perspectives and answers. I’d love to hear your advice for this young mom on how you decided to become a stay at home mom or why not. I […]