Author: Heather Vogler

A Lost Cause

I’ve been accused of being old-fashioned. No shame here, I’ll wear the title proudly. Of course, change happens and life goes on. Smartphones have replaced corded wall phones. Computers have replaced the card catalog and the GPS has eliminated the need for fold up maps neatly stacked in your glove compartment.

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Slow Cooker Recipes for the Busy Mom

The holiday season provides a plethora of added activities. Christmas parties, volunteering, baking, activities for the kids, and the list goes on. As if the life of a homeschool mom isn’t busy enough. Just getting the weekly laundry, cooking and cleaning under control is enough to keep any mom hustling and bustling. Now add Christmas.

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Good Tidings of Great Joy

It’s no secret that Christmas isn’t about Jesus anymore. It’s as if we need to elbow and push and shove our way through the season in search of a small glimpse of the true meaning of Christmas. Picking out the tree, Santa at the mall. The cookies. The parties. The gifts. Everything. Else. It’s no secret that this time of year causes stress. And depression.

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Keeping Travel Educational

Taking a roadtrip to visit Grandma doesn’t mean you have to put your child’s education on hold. Of course if you are a teacher at heart then you look for teaching opportunities in everyday situations anyways. You don’t stop being your child’s teacher when you walk out the door of your home. Whether it’s a short day trip or a week long excursion, you can {and probably already do!} keep your children engaged as you travel.

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