Macaroni and cheese certainly ranks high on the list of favorite comfort foods for many Americans. Here are a few variations of a dish that will keep you going back for more!Read More
You watch over the affairs of your household, you make sure everyone gets what they need to stay healthy and happy. When someone gets sick, you’re right there on the front lines. But who takes care of you?Read More
Keeping a “Gratitude Journal” doesn’t have to be complicated or fancy. You can use a plain notebook and a pencil. You can start off small. But, the point is to be positive and start thinking about the good things in your life.Read More
Writing does not just come naturally. A child verbalizing their thoughts and communicating them through writing are two completely different things. As homeschooling parents, it might frustrate us to no end. How do we encourage the intimidated writer?Read More
Much like laundry, homeschool curriculum and supplies tend to multiply and take over space. Left unchecked, this “menace” can creep into your kitchen, dining room and has even been known to take over a bedroom or two. Here are some tips to tame the mess.Read More
As homeschool mamas, we have a ton of things pulling us in different directions. At times, we feel stressed, we feel overwhelmed, we feel inadequate, just like anyone else doing whatever work it is they do all day. So, what do you do to handle it all?Read More
Being a helper is not necessarily a natural born talent. In our family, we believe that it takes time and training to encourage children to be helpers. They all want to please, they just don’t all want to help.Read More
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