Did you ever wonder what other homeschoolers think about homeschooling and how they run their days? Well, Amanda from Sicily’s Heart and Home is doing a great Homeschool Interview Series and today is my turn!
Head on over to today’s post to hear me ramble on some more about our crazy homeschool, successes and failures, burnout, and a typical day. Honestly, I could go on and on about it here, but apparently I went on and on about it over there, so I will spare you. 😉
I’ve just started reading Standout 2.0 by Marcus Buckingham. It’s supposed to be about “winning at work,” and honestly, I got it out of the library to take a peek at for my older daughters. They are both wondering–at 16 and 18–what the world holds for them career wise.
While I got it for my kids, I was immediately struck by how applicable it is for homeschooling moms.
With five children, I tend to get “talked out” fairly quickly – not only their talking to me and to each other, but my own talking as well. I get tired of the sound of my own voice rattling in my ears, and love to have something to hand the children that is educational but keeps me out of it for the most part.
Welcome to the third post in my Homeschooling Styles vs. Highly Sensitive People series: Montessori Homeschooling.
Montessori schooling is something that is traditionally done in a school building with a trained Montessori teacher and a structured, prepared environment. However, with patience, self-education, and hard work, the Montessori style can possibly be brought successfully into the home environment. …
Does anyone else feel like they need a vacation after their holiday?
I hope all of you that celebrate had a Happy Easter. What I love most about the Easter season in our religion is the joy, and how it’s encouraged to be celebrated for over a month! Lent always leaves me feeling a little beaten up and sad, and then BANG, Hallelujah! It’s Easter and all is well… …