Why I Don’t Schedule Homeschool Bible Time

Why I Don't Schedule Homeschool Bible Time

Lean in close, friend. Today I’m sharing why I don’t plan Bible study time for our homeschool. That may be a bit surprising because those who know my family know that I’m sitting in a room with 15+ Bibles as I write this. Even so, homeschool Bible time isn’t something[Read more]

4 Tips for Small Space Homeschooling You Can Implement Today

4 Tips for Small Space Homeschooling You Can Implement Today

Once upon a time, we lived in a pretty large house and even had our own homeschool room. Then we downsized, shaved off 1,000 square feet, and said goodbye to said homeschool room. That’s why my latest challenge is adjusting to small space homeschooling again. *Post contains affiliate links; see[Read more]

3 Easy Ways to Add Family Devotions to Your Day

Easy Ways to Include Family Devotions in Your Daily Routines

In a day where we have subscription boxes and activity kits for anything and everything you can think of, — family devotions included — I’m to the point where I think less is more. These tools can be helpful, but they can also be a hangup. I don’t know about you,[Read more]

Together: The Greatest Gift of the Homeschool Life

Together: The Greatest Gift of the Homeschool Life

Together. If I had to choose one word to describe the life we get to live because of our call to home education, that’s it. With the breakneck pace that so many families choose today, that’s not something to take for granted. Because of our homeschool life, together happens by default. I’ve[Read more]

Homeschool Mother’s Journal: The Time I Broke His Spirit

Homeschool Mother's Journal: The Time I Broke His Spirit

I’m well aware that my words shape who my children become. I hate to start off so heavy, but my words matter. Not just the words of instruction, encouragement, and general conversation that happen during our days together, but all the words. Even the ones that come without a second thought.[Read more]