Check out all of our contributors’ blogs and websites! You’re sure to find amazing resources and a bunch more great information as you peruse what everyone has to offer.
Doing What Matters – Taking Time for Things that Matter – isn’t that something we all need to do? Join Janice Campbell as she blogs about classic literature, writing well, creating a learning lifestyle, homeschooling through high school, microbusiness, and more, all with the goal of encouraging and equipping homeschooling families. (Janice Campbell)
The HomeScholar – The mission of Lee Binz, The HomeScholar is “helping parents homeschool high school.” Her website offers parents Encouragement, Training and Support to homeschool through high school graduation. Lee has a variety of free resources available to everyone, with support to match every parent’s learning style. (Lee Binz)
Little Natural Cottage – I’m a pastor’s wife and a second generation homeschooling mom of five busy blessings. Homeschooling is my passion, although I’m certainly not cut-out for it! At my Little Natural Cottage, you’ll find everything from eclectic homeschooling to natural remedies, menu planning, and whole food recipes. (Kristy Howard)
Live Life With Your Kids – Live life with your kids! blog is about discipling our family; were we shape our kids hearts towards God, help them discover their passions and purposes and live our days purposefully together. (Belinda Letchford)
No Idle Bread – At No Idle Bread you’ll find encouragement through the pages of my life, where God is teaching me how to productive in my home. I share my journey as a wife, a mother, a homeschooler, a homemaker and a follower of Jesus Christ. (Stacie S.)
Pea of Sweetness – Pea of Sweetness is a lifestyle blog featuring content such as: Faith, homeschooling, homemaking, parenting, special needs, natural/eco-friendly living, product reviews and giveaways, and more! It’s my personal journey to Proverbs 31, and I hope to inspire and encourage you along the way! (Emilee Roberts)
Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus – Creating a unique program based on her experience from 1:1 guidance of new homeschoolers, Tina is the authority in helping new homeschoolers. She loves all homeschoolers though as she shares her free Curriculum Planner, Lapbooks and homeschooling how to. Still in the homeschool trenches, she blogs at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus, New Bee Homeschooler and at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool. (Tina Robertson)
Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers – Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers is a blog for homeschooling families, offering an often witty, sometimes serious peek into the homeschooling lifestyle. It exists to encourage and equip homeschooling families by breaking down stereotypes and providing practical tips and honest product reviews. It’s where the stereotypes become an inside joke, relationships take a front seat, faith growing takes precedence over multiple choice, and lots of sweet-tea-drinking is strongly encouraged. (Kris Bales)
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