Homeschool Mother’s Journal: Identifying Your Homeschool Why

Homeschool Mother's Journal: Identifying Your Homeschool Why

It’s the strangest thing: I’ve been homeschooling since 2009 and recently realized that I’ve never taken time to define my homeschool why. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Don’t get me wrong, I’m well aware of our calling to homeschool and the value of embracing this lifestyle. I’m[Read more]

Sparkle Eggs: a New Easter Tradition for Children

Looking for a fun, but Christ-centered Easter tradition to share with your children? I can’t wait to tell you about Sparkle Eggs! (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details) I’ve always found it easy to help my kids make connections between the Christian meanings and the light-hearted traditions that surround[Read more]

How to Pull Off a Mid-Year Homeschool Reboot

How to Pull Off a Mid-Year Homeschool Reboot

So, you’ve arrived at the halfway mark of another year only to find your homeschool low on motivation and joy, but full of frustration and attitude. Sounds like a homeschool reboot is in order. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) When I think of reboots, my trusty laptop instantly comes[Read more]

Homeschool Helpers: 10 Go-to Resources for History

Homeschool Helpers: 10 Go-to Resources for Homeschool History

I love teaching history in our homeschool. There’s something about looking back at the events of the past and using them to make sense of our present. And, in all of this time of exploring with my kids, I’ve certainly come across my share of go-to homeschool history resources. (Post contains[Read more]

2016 Reader Favorites: Most-Read Posts from Table Life Blog

If you’re anything like me, you love looking back and reflecting on all that has happened in the last year.  As a writer, I especially love looking through reader favorites and seeing what posts connected with people the most in the previous year. Sure, most-popular lists are always fun to read,[Read more]