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.


Most Popular Posts

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Most Popular Posts of 2017


My New Favorite Homeschool Planner

If you know me at all, you know I have a slight addiction to homeschool planners. When I attend a curriculum share night hosted by one of the local homeschool groups, you can bet money that I am taking and sharing my homeschool planner. I am not that concerned about what new math program you are using (ok, so maybe a little) what I want to know is what planner you are using and why you love it. So today, let’s pretend we are on a curriculum share night and I am going to show you my new favorite homeschool planner and share with you why I love it. (Continue Reading)


The Unexpected Blessings Of Being A Homeschool Family

When we first started homeschooling, I knew there would be some perks. For instance, I have an electric pencil sharpener and laminator. How could I not, being a homeschool mom? However, the unexpected blessings of being a homeschool family, which we have experienced are more of why we keep doing what we are doing.

Now, I want to start with I get that homeschooling is not for everyone. I honestly feel it is a calling. With that, this post is not to put other school choices down, but to highlight what we do and why we do it. (Continue Reading)


Our Homeschool Home – We’re Not Confined To A Room

I just want to start this by saying something, “You don’t need a dedicated room to homeschool!” It is not a requirement, and honestly, I think it is more of a setback. So let me talk to you about our Homeschool Home and why we don’t need a homeschool room.

Ok, let me admit something here – I used to have a room. Kinda. When we first started homeschooling, we sectioned off an area of our partially finished basement to be a homeschool room. It was beautiful, and I loved the way it looked. The reality is though that as my kids got older and homeschooling was taking more time, spending a good portion of our day in our basement (or one room) just wasn’t conducive to me being able to get anything else accomplished. (Continue Reading)


Video Diary Of A Homeschool Mom And Amazon Alexa

Hi, Friends!  So I have a fun post today!  The kids and I took some time to make a video to show you what a day in our lives looks like.  It also features one of our newest homeschool tools. I hope you enjoy this Video Diary of a Homeschool Mom and Amazon Alexa! (Continue Reading and Watching)


When Mornings Do Not Work For Morning Basket

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 need at least one, better if it is two, cups of coffee before greeting my children in the morning. Although I consider myself a morning person and would much rather get up early than stay up late, I still need caffeine prior to any interaction. My kids too need time to wake and prepare themselves for the day. I am sure we have a slower morning start than most, but it is what works for our family. (Continue Reading)


Thank You!

Than you for making 2017 a great year! I look forward to all that is to come in 2018 and can only imagine what posts will end up in the Most Popular Posts of 2018! Want to check out what made the list in 2016? Check here!









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