Guest Blog Post Has it been a long day? Is the week d-r-a-g-g-i-n-g on? How’s the school semester going? What’s the old expression, “Are you feeling like your get up and go, has got up and gone?” Don’t despair! Whether you are new to homeschooling or a seasoned veteran, it is totally normal to feel … Continue reading Resurrect Your Resolve and Finish Strong
With all the hustle and bustle of this season, today we just wanted to remind you to take a moment to be still. Hide in your closet, the shower of your bathroom or even in the car and cast your cares upon Him (I Peter 5:7). God promises that “thy Father which seeth in secret … Continue reading Be Still
Mom’s Night Out: Homeschooling During the Holidays with Yolanda Pugh
Welcome to this holiday edition of Mom’s Night Out: Homeschooling During the Holidays with Yolanda Pugh! Yolanda is a wife, mom, business owner, and homeschool parent, her youngest child graduating with both their high school diploma and their Associate’s degree this May! Yolanda is a math teacher and has taught and tutored math for over … Continue reading Mom’s Night Out: Homeschooling During the Holidays with Yolanda Pugh
4 Tips to Organize Your Homeschool with Dr. Melanie Wilson!
It was such a pleasure getting to chat with Dr. Melanie Wilson, the woman behind the brilliant homeschooling blog and support group, Psycho With 6 (don’t let the curious title fool you, she is anything but crazy!) and author of The Organized Homeschool Life. I met Melanie several years ago on Periscope while searching for … Continue reading 4 Tips to Organize Your Homeschool with Dr. Melanie Wilson!
Seven Pillars of a Life-Giving Home
Tiffany invites us to redefine the term “home,” moving beyond the physical space in which we dwell. As a homemaker, Tiffany has created a home in which the Gospel is on display every day. She views the home as a sanctuary for her family, a place of refuge in which they feel embraced, appreciated, and accepted. A life-giving home is one that brings the family closer to the Lord, and creates an opportunity for others – neighbors, friends, extended family – to know the Lord as well.
A Simple Homeschool Prayer
A simple homeschool prayer to encourage and strengthen your heart for the week ahead. Dear God,I submit myself and my children to You. Please help me to work consistently and diligently. Help me to remember that "if I expect my children to flourish, I can't pick up this work with enthusiasm one day and neglect … Continue reading A Simple Homeschool Prayer
It’s About Time Belinda!
I did not always want to homeschool. I went to school for chemical engineering and worked in the field. I worked at a plant then became a training manager. When we began seriously thinking about homeschooling, I was pregnant with our third child. I knew I was leaving my current employer, but I was disappointed when the only opportunities that chased me—literally—were part-time.
Chronicles of an EPIC Homeschooler by Tumeka Slaton
We all homeschool in different ways! Join us as we take a peek into the homeschool of one of our members Tumeka Slaton! #HomeschoolHelp
Reflect, Imagine, Assess and Set
This is the time that families are looking at their homeschool year. While you have set your homeschool goals at the beginning of the year, this is also a good time to take a second look. Here are some steps to help. Step 1: Reflect Reflect on the last homeschool year and answer the following … Continue reading Reflect, Imagine, Assess and Set
10 Ways to Avoid Homeschool Stress
Are you running around with your head chopped off? Have you found yourself wondering, "What did I get myself into?" Have you recently asked the question, "Am I stressed or blessed?" when it comes to homeschooling? I was at a GHEA Conference a few years ago when I heard a speaker Sharon Grimes talk about … Continue reading 10 Ways to Avoid Homeschool Stress