Be Awesome, Quit for the Summer

Summer started early around here. Stress levels were at an all-time high, the sun was shining, and we’d hit our state-mandated 180 days of school for the year. So I hit the QUIT button and immediately heard, “Mom you’re the most awesome mom ever!!” I don’t know what you intend…

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On-the-Go Homeschool Organization

A journal, sunglasses, pen, and phone can often be plenty to keep your on-the-go homeschool organized

Sometimes homeschoolers laugh at the term “homeschooling.” We’re not homeschoolers, we’re van-schoolers, co-op-schoolers, waiting-room-schoolers, coffee-shop-schoolers, field-trip-schoolers, library-schoolers, or even travel-abroad-schoolers. It’s hard enough to keep our homeschools organized at home, but when we’re on-the-go, it’s doubly difficult. This post is for you if you’ve ever felt spoiled on the days…

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Morning Time Breakdown

Breakfast table ready with coffee, fruit, and croissant. Only thing missing is a morning time binder and the kids.

Morning time: a liturgy, a marathon, a habit, a joyful family memory. There are a lot of ways to accurately describe what morning time is for us, and what I hope it will become in years to come. But this post is going to give you the nitty-gritty details on…

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A Day in the Life of a Classical Homeschool

notebook page that lists Bubba's assignments & chore for the day

This is part of the series: Classical Homeschooling Those of you who have read any of these great books about classical homeschooling have, if you’re anything like me, shut the book and said something like, “Yeah right.” All of this sounds fabulous, but real people like me can’t possibly accomplish all…

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