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Family Valentines Day Ideas

Family Valentines Day Ideas

With Valentine’s Day next week, let’s share some fun family Valentines Day ideas you can use in your own family.  Your kids will love all the fun ideas. To start, check out our video with lots of Valentines Ideas for Kids and Families… Valentines Crafts and fun with your kids. It’s not too late to… Continue Reading

How to Be a Good Mom

How to Be a Good Mom

Recently I emailed y’all, asking to help a fellow homeschool mom.  You were incredible with your response on facebook on how to be a good mom by finding time for yourself. So incredible, that I want to move the conversation here to my blog.  I discovered that many homeschoolers are not on facebook.  They emailed… Continue Reading

Looking Back, Moving Forward

  As we move into 2019, I’ve decided to share a few more personal stories with you. You’ll still get lots of homeschooling ideas and activities, but I hope my personal stories encourage you.  On Monday, I shared Why Do I Speak, Write & Blog? You’ll discover how YOU are impacting and investing in a… Continue Reading

A New Year, Your Best Year 2019

A New Year, Your Best Year 2019

With 2019 right around the corner, I want to be sure you get this free resource.  I have a Best Year 2019 Bundle ($30 value) just for you . . . so you can start your year off right.  Whether you’re a homeschooler or just a mom wanting to do the best with your family, the… Continue Reading

How to Avoid Christmas Stress this Year

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had a wild week. You name it, it’s gone wrong. In some ways it’s a comedy of errors. In other ways, I believe it’s the enemy trying to steal my peace. You may feel the same way trying to avoid Christmas stress right now. Since last weekend …. Continue Reading

Create a Habit of Thankfulness in Your Children {Day 13}

Create a Habit of Thankfulness in Your Children {Day 13}

In our fallen, sinful nature, we humans are not naturally thankful beings. Because it does not just happen, we must help our children grow in thankfulness until is woven into the fabric of who they are. Romans 1:18-32 shares an interesting perspective on how mankind came to the place of having rebellious hearts, filled with… Continue Reading

How to Be Others-Focused with Your Kids Christmas {Freebie}

How to Be Others-Focused with Your Kids Christmas {Freebie}

Be sure to read to the end of this post where we are giving away $500.  With Christmas being the season of giving, I’ve gotten together with some pretty awesome bloggers to give TWO families some CASH in the 5th annual Christmas Blessings Giveaway – $500 cash (delivered via Paypal). My middle daughter, Gentry, does… Continue Reading

5 Ways to Raise Grateful Kids {Day 11}

5 Ways to Raise Grateful Kids {Day 11}

Every time my four-year-old niece greets her grandfather at the door, she plants both her hands on her hips with her feet apart, saying, ‘Where are the presents?’ Her grandfather, who is incredibly generous, hands her an envelope with money in it. But, this little girl doesn’t realize money is present-worthy at this point and… Continue Reading

Helping Children Be Thankful with Just a Little      {Day 10}

Helping Children Be Thankful with Just a Little {Day 10}

If you’ve followed Michelle for any amount of time, then you know that her family lives a minimalist lifestyle. This hasn’t necessarily been by choice, but it has become her way of life and they will be thankful for it. Here’s her story . . . It wasn’t always easy. I went through seasons of… Continue Reading

Hunter’s World Race {Day 9}

Hunter’s World Race {Day 9}

During the month of November my blog focuses on giving thanks. One way we can help our kids be thankful is moving their focus from self to others. At Mom’s Monday Lunch Bunch, I shared how we helped our own kids focus on others and become more mission-minded. But . . . the real proof… Continue Reading