There was a point in my life when I tried too hard to make others like me. I was a chameleon. I changed my demeanor to give the illusion that I belonged. No matter what I did, I felt like a fraud. I always felt as if I weren't good enough. However, that didn't stop … Continue reading This Is Me.
I am going to be completely honest with you. Normally, I am not a reader of historical fiction. Normally, I am not a reader of books that take place outside of the United States. I am a very visual person, so when I read I picture the events. This is exceptionally hard for me if … Continue reading Review: “The Heart Changer” by Jarm Del Boccio
I am not the girl my husband fell in love with. Not even close. As I sit and look through pictures of us through the 19 years we have been together, I can visibly see the difference. On the outside, there are wrinkles and gray hair. (Just a few of each, but enough to see … Continue reading I Am Not The Girl My Husband Fell In Love With
Learning is an everyday process in our house. Even our technology time is geared toward learning. My daughter loves doing education games. She especially loves an online math game. When I told her that she was getting to use a product that had online math activities for review, she couldn’t wait to get started. Her … Continue reading Review: One-Year Subscription to Matific Galaxy
What Is It About? In the midst of hurricane season, those living along the coast understand the uncertainty and unpredictability the weather can bring. When the warnings come out, those who evacuate are not only forced to find shelter for themselves but for their animals as well. This is no easy feat for those people … Continue reading Reading Roundup: “The Summer Guests”
One of the biggest complaints I have heard from students, either homeschool or public school, is that they hate to write. Reports, essays, letters they don’t discriminate. They generally hate it all. Anytime you tell them that they are going to be doing a writing exercise, it is met with a chorus of groans. I … Continue reading Review: Jump in 2nd Edition from Writing with Sharon Watson
Money management is an important skill for children to learn. Unfortunately, it is a skill that is very rarely taught in the school setting and must be taught by parents. Some parents do not have great money management skills. Budgeting and saving are not common occurrences. Most families live paycheck to paycheck. This is a … Continue reading Review: The Complete Starter Kit from The Kingdom Code