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Homeschooling During a Move

If you have been following my blog you will know that we just moved a 24 hour journey away from all of our family and friends. We packed up, sold our home and came to a small island underneath Alaska. We left behind my precious Starbucks coffee, Walmart shopping, Costco warehouse, Superstore PC points and […]

Yes I am done having kids, but the reason is not what you think!

When people see me walking with my 3 children running circles around me, a preschooler skipping beside me while holding my hand and a toddler in my arms, you can just see them counting the kids. The most common question that I am asked is “are you done having kids?” I generally don’t mind this […]

Do you play with your spouse? Favorite things Friday # 26

One of the best things about my relationship with my husband is how much fun we have together. Yes, he is my team-mate, my lover, my best friend… but the real magic is in the laughter. When we have been too serious for too long, we start getting snappy and impatient which inevitably leads to […]

Top Facebook Groups to Grow Your Blog

If you are looking to grow your blog fast, it’s all about connections! Sharing is caring and there are a TON of Facebook groups dedicated to sharing blog posts and growing your social media. In today’s post, I am going to share my top groups for both sharing posts as well as growing social media. […]

Postplanner vs. Coschedule (plus Favorite things Friday #23)

Today we are going to talk about scheduling our posts and compare two of the top apps to do this with: Postplanner and Coschedule. If you don’t know why you should use a post scheduler, check out my post on how I grew my blog in just 6 months! What is Postplanner? Postplanner is a […]

FREE Alphabet Copywork Bundle

This week I’ve been working on finding some resources for my preschooler and decided I would make my own alphabet copywork for her. They turned out so well that I wanted to share them with you! If you’re a blogger, keep reading to add your links to our link up at the bottom! Make sure […]

Mom’s Speak Out About their Greatest Struggles with Homeschooling!

Homeschooling is hard, in fact, some seasons and stages, homeschooling is STUPID hard! I’m talking all hands on deck, survival mode here! If you are feeling at the end of your rope, this post is for you! I reached out to my readers and asked them what their biggest struggles with homeschooling were! Let’s get […]

The AMAZING Curriculum Reveal Roundup 2015 and Favorite things Friday # 19

I love reading curriculum reveals and seeing what other homeschoolers choose, don’t you? I searched around the web and found as many curriculum reveal posts I could to share with you! If you’re a blogger, make sure to add your curriculum reveal to the link up below! I hope you find these as inspiring and […]

Free Coloring Pages and Favourite things Friday #17

Welcome to another Favorite things Friday! I’m so excited to see what you guys have been up to this week and so enjoy reading each and every one of your posts! This week I want to make sure you all head over and grab your free printable dinosaur coloring pack! See it by CLICKING HERE […]

HELP! I’m Starting Homeschooling and Don’t Know Where to Start! And Favorite things Friday #12

Are you starting homeschooling and feeling completely overwhelmed? Don’t panic! Grab a cup of coffee, a pen and paper, and come make a plan with me on what to use for curriculum, how to understand and teach your child successfully, and more! 1. Before you do anything, check out this post, “How to Get Started […]

This Homeschool Dad Took Over… and Favorite things Friday #10

What happens when Daddy takes over? When my husband offered to let me nap and insisted HE would do Mother Goose Time with the kids, I was skeptical to say the least. I mean, did he know what to do, how it worked, where to find the bags, what day we were on?????? And for […]

BEDTIME BATTLES! And Favorite things Friday # 9

Who doesn’t love a funny story? Especially when pertaining to family life. We can all relate to them, picture ourselves in them, and appreciate them. They make us feel a little bit warmer inside when we look at our own chaos and realize we’re not alone, or better yet, not as bad as we thought. […]

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