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6 Random Tips for the Organizationally Challenged

The Organizing Challenge I don’t know whether some kind of momentum builds from taking down the Christmas tree and decorations, or if we’re eager to start a new year on the right foot, or if we just start getting antsy being cooped up inside, or a combination of all three catalysts, but January seems to […]

Brand New Character Counts Planner: Awareness

We have some exciting things in store for our loyal listeners in this new decade. If you have been signed up as a subscriber with us, you may have noticed something brand new and different this month. Felice has created a new bonus subscriber freebie on character traits. There will be a new character trait […]

FREE Change Your Mindset Simplify and Plan January Family Planner

It only seems like it was yesterday, that we were wishing everyone a Merry Christmas. We were discussing all our plans for the holidays that we would spend with family and friends. I was sharing our favorite Christmas Eve recipes and family traditions, and now here we are in a brand new decade! It is […]

Simple Soup and Salad Christmas Eve Tradition

I love finding out the different ways that families celebrate with their Christmas traditions. Some of them are very unique and fun, with something random and obscure that was just passed down as a family tradition. Others may be more traditional, like attending a Christmas Eve candlelight service at church and opening one present. There […]

It’s Not Too Late To Send Christmas Cards

It’s Not Too Late – Send Digital Christmas Cards The holidays are a season to spend time with family and friends. But there will inevitably be people you don’t get to spend time with. This provides a perfect opportunity for you to encourage your children to create digital Christmas cards. A card is always a […]

FREE Ultimate Christmas Planner and Countdown Printables

Can you believe that it’s already Christmas time? I am blown away by how fast this year has flown by. It seems like we were just planning goals and resolutions for the New Year. Then summer was already here and back to planning and organizing a new homeschool year. Now Thanksgiving is over and it’s […]

Remembering Pearl Harbor Day

Pearl Harbor Day The attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, has been seared on the heart of Americans. We remember because we cannot forget. Early in the morning, the sleepy stillness of a tropical paradise was rudely interrupted. “Tora! Tora! Tora! (Tiger! Tiger! Tiger!)” Lieutenant Commander Mitsuo Fuchida, the lead bomber, commanded the other […]

Mr. Rogers

A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood ~ Mr. Rogers Legacy My children were little in the days of the Mr. Rogers Show. I remember him as a kindly man, who seemed to listen and talk slowly. But I didn’t give him another thought until recently. For many years, Mr. Rogers was a pleasant memory yet […]

Three Easy Ways to Organize The Holidays

Three Easy Ways to Stay Organized This Holiday Season These three easy ways to stay organized will help your family enjoy a fulfilling and peaceful holiday season this year. You may be so overwhelmed that you can’t possibly imagine staying organized through the holidays. I understand! But it is possible, and it doesn’t require a […]

FREE November Planner with Stress Free Checklist and Printables

November is finally here, and that means that the holiday season is kicking off for many of us already! I can not believe that the year is almost over. It seems like we have all just gotten into a good routine with our new homeschool year, and now we throw the holidays into the mix! […]

Holiday Checklist

Holiday Checklist Are you ready to see your holidays go smoothly? What about a holiday checklist? It is possible! Here is the idea, brain dump and then organize. Recently I spoke to a long-time homeschool mom friend, Janice Campbell. She like me homeschooled for many years and had some great ideas in our podcast. You […]

The Ultimate Field Trip

The Ultimate Field Trip – Traveling! Travel is the ultimate field trip! It is so educational. Traveling exposes you to new people, places, language, food, culture, and ideas. It pushes you out of your comfort zone. Travel helps us see the long view instead of our shorter, “close-to-home” view. It promotes wonder, curiosity, research and […]

Field Trip Packing List

 Field Trip Packing List  Do you have your field trip packing list? Enjoy this article by Samantha Anne Moss  Field trips are fun and exciting but sometimes you can be a little unprepared, knowing what to pack and how to prepare can make all the difference. These are a few things that can help when you […]

FREE Ultimate Field Trip Planner and Printables for Kids

October is here, and for many of us, that aren’t currently residing in the south, October means cooler outdoor temperatures! This is the perfect time of year to spend time with your family and friends and take some field trips. Some of the best memories that we have in our homeschool are the memories that […]

Number One Homeschool Podcast Network

Number One Homeschool Podcast Network There are many homeschool podcasts floating around in cyberspace, but this is the home of the number one homeschool podcast network! What makes us number one? There are so many things, but the first is the heart of the people who podcast on this homeschool network. They love homeschoolers, and […]

Help Your Child Become a Stronger Reader ~ Plus Limited Time Special Offer

The biggest struggle I have had in our homeschool, has been teaching my children how to read. My oldest was an avid reader at an early age. My other 3 children struggled with reading. It took them much longer to be able to read on their own without my help. I believe my oldest was […]

FREE Everything High School Planner plus Blue Print for Life Printables

School is finally upon us, I know many of you are homeschooling a high school age student. I am sure you are still trying to navigate the waters of planning and coordinating their subjects, electives and teaching them the life skills and organization skills they need to be successful. Homeschooling through high school is not […]

Back To Homeschool

Back to HomeSchool! By: Samantha Anne Moss How do you feel about going back to homeschool? Are you excited, unhappy, or nervous? If you are like me, you feel all three! I am sure that you never complain about school, but for those of you that do, I have a few ideas that should make […]

Not “Back to School” Traditions

We have been homeschooling for over 15 years now. A lot of moms enjoy planning and organizing for their homeschool year and are excited to get back to school. I personally enjoy NOT going back to school! When summer wraps up, and the local schools go back into session, it is my favorite time of […]

11 Funky Fresh Back to Homeschool Celebration Ideas (and Giveaway!)

Okay, honestly. Are you sitting there wondering what in the world  is a funky fresh back to back to homeschool celebration? It’s that type of back to homeschool celebration idea every homeschool mom needs in order to get back in the groove after a super awesome summer break. You know what I mean. I’m that […]

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