Time Machine

Yesterday, I turned thirty-six years old. That is 13,150 days. During those 13,150 days, I have lived for approximately 1,136,160,000 seconds. Each of those seconds is a moment that has allowed me the opportunity to be who I am today. Lately I have been thinking about moments of my life that I would travel back … Continue reading Time Machine

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Sheltered.

There seems to be this idea that children who are homeschooled are sheltered. The notion is that they do not understand the challenge of being in the "real world" therefore do not learn to cope with problems and become "soft". For some children, and I mean a very small minority of children, this may be … Continue reading Sheltered.

Review: Music Appreciation Book 2: for the Middle Grades from Zeezok Publishing.

I love listening to music, but I am not a musically gifted person.  I can’t play an instrument, and I never learned to read music.  It is because of this that I was absolutely petrified at the thought of teaching music appreciation to my children.  However, Zeezok Publishing helped calm these fears with Music Appreciation … Continue reading Review: Music Appreciation Book 2: for the Middle Grades from Zeezok Publishing.

Review: Annual Membership Plan from My School Year Homeschool Record Keeping

In every homeschool group that I am in, I see the same types of questions being asked.  Parents are worried about how to keep records of their child’s progress.  There are varying requirements by each state, and so many ways to maintain these records.  Making this process easy is the goal of variety.  One such … Continue reading Review: Annual Membership Plan from My School Year Homeschool Record Keeping