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NEW Organizing Life as MOM – with Blogger & Homeschooling Add-ons

It’s bigger! It’s badder! It’s too much fun! This past week I’ve been working on lots of new stuff to help me (and you) get it together and organize “life as MOM”. The result? The revised and updated version of “Organizing Life as MOM.” The updated 173-page book is filled with ideas and worksheets to […]

Getting Started in Homeschooling: Knowing the Laws in Your State

photo source A few months ago I started this series about Getting Started in Homeschooling. I am, by no means, an expert on the topic. But, I do love spending my days learning with my children. We’ve been living this lifestyle for almost our entire parenting stint since shortly after our eldest son was born. […]

A Christmas Planning Ebook

Want to plan a fabulous holiday? A Simpler Season holds almost everything you need to do just that. This guide to planning the winter holidays provides creative ideas , time-saving tips, and budget-minded inspiration for making the most of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. With the busy family in mind, I’ve provided recipes, to-do lists, […]

Getting Started in Home Schooling: Selecting Teaching Resources

In my younger, pre-kid days, my idea of summer fun was lying in the sun with a good book, taking breaks only to dip in the pool or grab a bite to eat. My lounge lizard days have been put on hold as I chase after my littles, keep track of my bigger kids, and attempt […]

What We Learned About Edible Wild Foliage

It all started with a little red berry. A little red berry and a toddler. I had taken my children to the park to play. My daughter, a toddler at the time, was roaming about the playground, just a few feet away, and then disappeared from my view around a corner. I was after her immediately, […]

Keeping Academic Skills Sharp Through Summer Break

The following post is written by contributing writer, JessieLeigh: Summer break means fun in the sun… a break from routine… the chance to decompress. Sadly, it can also bring a regression in some learned skills if we’re not careful. Every year, I watch some families park their newly free kiddos in front of the TV […]

Keep the Math Skills Strong with Math Blaster (& a Giveaway)

THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. CONGRATS TO THE WINNERS: cksu1296@, themaliam@, jeremy_laina@ Summertime can be the season when skills your kids has learned in school start to slip a little. Teachers often call this the “summer slide.” It’s not a huge deal, but it can be frustrating to kids and parents alike to return to regular […]

The End of the School Year and That Mountain of School Papers

The following post is from LifeasMOM contributor, JessieLeigh: photo source Thanks to record snowfalls this past winter, we won’t be getting out of school until the end of June this year.  I know some of you have been out for a month already!  Either way, there’s always lots of paperwork to sort through and deal […]