This post covers why I do what I do in terms of tracking our homeschool in my bullet journal.
Yesterday I took the dog for a walk in a small wood near our house. The path was barely there—overgrown with brambles that tore at my jeans and green hand-me-down vest. I breathed in the cold air, glad to finally…
I finally ditched the spreadsheet and integrated my bullet journal into our homeschool planning and tracking. Here’s what happened.
Homeschool planning is tough, when there are so many resources out there. Here’s one helpful way to think about it.
God has been working on me to quit yelling at the kids so much. Has He been working on you too?
Sometimes you have to take a break from the online world to make things happen in the real world. A balanced life moves in seasons like that…
Before we can classically educate our students, we need to know generally what it is we’re aiming for.
If you’re considering giving your children a classical educaction at home, you might as well be aware of the challenges you’ll face. This may be depressing, but read on homeschooling mama:
We recently had our fourth child. After three other kids, you’d think we’d have this birth thing down-pat, but that’s a big fat “Nope.” In four kids we’ve had every birth experience possible. Our first was an oh-crap-we-just-got-married-and-pregnant-and-don’t-know-anything-about-birth-type of experience….