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Happy Mother’s Day, Sweet Mama

Happy Mother’s Day, Sweet Mama

Homeschooling is tough enough, but add shelter-in, worldwide pandemic, laundry, hungry kids and you can lose your mind trying to stay sane. One routine that helps me as a mom is journaling. OK…you non-journalers hear me out.  I used to be one of you! When I journal, I’m talking & listening to God. I can’t… Continue Reading

Mother’s Day Sale

Mother’s Day Sale

In honor of mamas around the world & Mothers Day, we’re putting all our Busy Mom resources on sale for 2 days. All our “Busy Mom” resources are discounted by 25%. Grab one or grab all. Since you’re a loyal blog reader, I’m giving you several hours head start on our sale. Hit reply if… Continue Reading

How to Celebrate Mothers Day at Home

How to Celebrate Mothers Day at Home

When my kids were home, the last thing I wanted to do was stand in line at a crowded restaurant on Mothers Day. Did you know Mothers Day is one of the busiest restaurant days in the year? Most years our family chose to celebrate at home, so let’s look at how to celebrate Mothers… Continue Reading

3 Steps to Finding Joy in Your Life

3 Steps to Finding Joy in Your Life

I don’t know about you, but the idea of finding joy keeps coming up in my life. How can you find joy in the midst of a worldwide crisis…much less in the middle of your daily life? Back in December, I heard a great message about joy. I know God used this message because it’s… Continue Reading

4 Steps to Raising Leaders in Your Homeschool

4 Steps to Raising Leaders in Your Homeschool

Is it time to take a fresh look at your homeschool? Where are you really headed? Will your kids be able to influence the world around them as adults? Will they impact others for Jesus Christ?Will they make wise decisions or follow the crowd?Will they have a strong foundation of Biblical education?How’s that Godly character… Continue Reading

Press Into God, Family, Community

Press Into God, Family, Community

How are you holding up? Most homeschoolers know how to be home a lot, but also have freedom to run errands, go to friends’ homes, participate in outside activities. From my perspective, the shelter-in and lock-downs affect all groups, incluing homeschoolers. Being at home 24-7 may not look as good as all the Facebook &… Continue Reading

Hope in Jesus … How NOT to Worry

Hope in Jesus … How NOT to Worry

In the midst of our current {unknown} situation, four ideas come to mind. Hope. Grace. Press In. Don’t Worry. Over the next few days, I’ll share how God is using those words to keep me calm. To give me peace. To keep my eyes on Jesus. I am grateful for so many things, but the… Continue Reading

Art Projects for Kids

Art Projects for Kids

If you’re stuck (or staying) at home, these art projects for kids might be just the thing for you to do. My granddaughters made the first art activity. I added others to make a mini-art unit study for your homeschool. All you need for this abstract art project is painters tape and sidewalk chalk. Use… Continue Reading

Will Your Kids Be Ready?

Will Your Kids Be Ready?

What would your kids do . . . if they had to make decisions about COVID-19?  Would they follow the frenzy?Or, would they lead the way out of global panic?Would they be able to make wise decisions in the midst of this craziness?Or, would they be like those in Oregon who are calling 911 when they run out of toilet paper.  Really!  Let’s… Continue Reading

St Patricks Day Activities: Lucky Charms Graph

St Patricks Day Activities: Lucky Charms Graph

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, so why not have some fun in your homeschool activities with one of our favorite St Patricks Day Activities?  This one is edible, just like the recent Oreo Phases of the Moon homeschool activity. Quick Question Before the Activity . . . Would you buy a book… Continue Reading