It all started a few weeks ago I was scrolling through chicken boards on Pinterest when I came across an interesting post. In this post the author was toting the benefits of starting a mealworm farm to help supplement their chicken’s feed. Out of curiosity I read the article but dismissed the idea almost automatically. … Continue reading Late Night, Pinterest & Amazon Leads to Mealworm Delivery
Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash This is the first time I have attempted to homeschool during a pregnancy and I can tell you that it has been quite the challenge. During my first trimester I was plagued with severe nausea and fatigue which made it difficult getting through the day upright. At night I usually had a … Continue reading Homeschooling While Pregnant
Since our last presidential election in 2016 we have heard a number of politicians and media personalities discussing whether or not we should continue using the electoral college in our elections. Now it seems that discussion has turned to action as a number of democrats have gathered together to submit a measure to congress that … Continue reading The Importance of the Electoral College
I wanted to see what questions Google was being asked about homeschool so I turned to the Google search engine and typed in how to homeschool and the first thing that popped up for me was how to homeschool for free. When I first began my homeschool journey years ago the financial burden was something … Continue reading Commonly Googled: How to homeschool for free…
It was recently made public that a number of parents including two very well known actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman used their position and power to manipulate the college admission process. Now I believe that parents should invest in their children's education but this is going to extremes. What bothers me most about this … Continue reading Hollywood College Admission Drama
I know we are a ways off from the start of the new school year but this is the time of year that I begin to plan. I gather my curriculum catalogs together along with my trusty notebook so that I can plan out what materials I need for next year and where our journey … Continue reading Planning 2019-2020 School Year
My oldest is almost 13 years old and he is a crazy, funny, unique individual but recently the terrible teen disease has begun to plague him. If you have a child between the ages of 11-13 who is exhibiting the following symptoms your child might also have this obnoxious disease. Moodiness Suddenly knows everything under … Continue reading The Terrible Teen Stage
It's never too early to start home education, in fact, the best thing you can do for your little ones is to begin their education early. Even if you intend to enroll your children in a traditional brick and mortar institution you should still start them off with old fashioned home education. Many parents engage … Continue reading It’s Never Too Early!
Have you ever had one of those days where you have your day planned out and then something happens and everything gets flipped upside down? Well, I have those days quite a bit, I feel like I am always on the go and sometimes this creates issues with my homeschool routine. Luckily over the years … Continue reading Homeschooling on the Run!
As a homeschooling family we do a ton of reading and I am always on the hunt for books that will not only inspire literacy but a love for reading as well. I don't want my kids to just be able to read I want them to adore reading as much as I do. Recently, … Continue reading We Love Amelia Bedelia!