The Joy Set Before Us

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  I am not an avid television watcher; the TV is rarely on in our home. However, this month it will be on non-stop all day. Why? The Olympics. I love watching the Olympics! I enjoy watching the athletes who have spent hours training to perform in a sporting event they have dreamed of for years.   I make a night of watching the opening ceremony. Not only are the performances a creative masterpiece, but I love seeing the athletes … Read More

January – Share Four Somethings

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I am incredibly excited to share with you a new and exciting addition to this blog! Let me introduce you to – Share Four Somethings. Share Four Somethings is the brainchild of much thought and prayer. Ever since my dear friend, Mrs. Disciple had to let go of her weekly link-up #FridayFive, I missed the community and the accountability of a weekly link-up. However, knowing my life and the reality that it is, I knew I didn’t have the margin … Read More

What’s Your Love Equation?

  Recently I was waiting in the return line at our local Costco. That line during the holiday season is a test of patience and determination. I survived, feeling the workers should toss confetti at me for my significant accomplishment. However, something much more special happened. As my kids and I were waiting, a toddler who had just learned to walk came out of nowhere and wrapped her arms around my daughter’s legs like she was a long-lost friend. We … Read More

The Value of Teaching Virtues to Homeschool Kids

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Have you ever been asked if you would like to teach a class at your homeschool co-op, but have no idea what you should or even could teach?   (Product links contain affiliate links. Read my full disclosure here.)   Well, I have the PERFECT class for you! I guarantee you can teach it. No training required! We Choose Virtues is a wonderfully designed curriculum that will help you in teaching valuable virtues to the students at your co-op. I … Read More

Most Popular Posts of 2017

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2017 was a great year! Over the course of the year, I posted 70 posts including my Living the Full Life Series for Write 31 Days where I posted every day (minus one missed day) for October. Out of those 70, I am sharing my five most popular posts of 2017.   (Product Links are affiliate links. Read my full disclosure here.)   Most Popular Posts of 2017   My New Favorite Homeschool Planner If you know me at all, … Read More

Joy! My One Word for 2018

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New Year = New Word. Joy is my one word for 2018, and I am so excited to share with you why and how I came to choose it!     Joy! My One Word for 2018 Before I can talk about this year’s word, I need to recap last year’s one word. My one word for 2017 was Complete. 2017 was a great year, and although I didn’t complete all my goals, it was a year of completeness for … Read More

My 2017 Five-Star Books in Review

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It is time for one of my favorite posts of the year — my five-star books in review post! I read 20 books this year, and I am sharing with you the four books that I rated five-stars and a few four-star honorable mentions. Although I didn’t quite meet my reading goal for this year, I am happy with the accomplishment of 20 books. I read ten physical/kindle books, and I listened to 10 audiobooks. You can check out my … Read More

2017 Goals in Review

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Well, ya’ll… 2107 has come and gone. With only a few days remaining how are you feeling about 2017?  I will tell you how I am feeling – in awe. I am amazed by all that has happened this past year and am excited about what is ahead in 2018. Without further ado, here are my 2017 goals in review!   (Product links are affiliate links. Read my full disclosure here.)   2017 Goals in Review If you remember from my … Read More

Teaching Your Children Thankfulness

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  Do you have those instances in your life that just stick out? You can see them so clearly? One of those of mine is from a doctor’s visit when I was a little girl. I had to go to the doctors and as I left my doctor gave me a tennis ball. He was an avid player and always had a crate of balls in his office. I was so excited. I remember as soon as my mom and … Read More

When Mornings Do Not Work For Morning Basket

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I had heard of the concept of having a morning basket for many years but was reluctant to give it a try. I didn’t know how I could add one more thing to our mornings! Mornings are hard! Let me say that again… MORNINGS ARE HARD.   I received this product for free and was compensated for my time. All opinions are honest, and I was not required to write a positive review.  This post contains affiliate links.      I need at … Read More

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