How We Are Preparing Our Homeschooled Kids for College

As we near the end of our first 13 years of homeschooling, we get ready to launch one child into college. Here’s what we’ve done to prepare.

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The Print & Go Student Planner to Help Your Child Build Good Habits

Does your student need a little help with time management, priority setting and habit building? Check out the Print & Go Student Planner, a digital, print-yourself solution. You have the best of intentions when it comes to motherhood. You want the very best of the best for your kids.  But sometimes it’s hard.  And as […]

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Where have all the recipes gone?

Looking for a recipe? For a long time, I maintained food content on two blogs.  TWO blogs?! Are you some kind of crazy woman? Yes, yes, sometimes, I am.  After years of hemming and hawing — and trying to remember which blog a certain recipe was on — I decided that YOUR experience — and […]

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How to Organize Your Home & Be Happier

Do you want to organize your home and enjoy it more? Try one of these strategies to feel like you are the Queen of your castle, not the victim of your circumstances. Have you ever had it where an illness or a string of bad days threw you off your game? Did you wonder where you […]

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Make an Empty Tomb Cake for Easter

Decorating an empty tomb cake for Easter is a fun tradition for both kids and adults. Celebrate that He is risen in a very tangible way. Are you looking for a fun and tangible way to teach your children about Christ’s resurrection? There are lots of fun crafts and Easter projects out there.  My personal […]

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A Different Kind of Easter Egg Hunt

Last year we switched up our style of Easter Egg Hunt. Instead of filling the eggs with candy, I filled them with tokens that the kids could redeem for prizes.

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Productive Procrastination: Just Do SOMETHING!

Putting off tasks that need to be done? Well, practice productive procrastination as a way to get something done when you can’t seem to tackle the to do list. I have always struggled with procrastination. In college, I was notorious for leaving my paper writing until the night before it was due. Finals? Yeah, I […]

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How to Have a Great Week in Your Everyday Life

A new week is a fresh start and a chance to enjoy all the good things in your life. Set yourself up for success with these simple tips on how to have a great week! Summer Self-Care Daily Do’s Worksheet It’s easy to have a great week when you’re on vacation, when you marry a […]

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