Month: November 2016

Breath, Step Back, and Focus on Christ

With Christmas upon us I’m sure I’m not the only homeschooling mom who feels stress and anxiety creeping in. Christmas is such a wonderful time full of opportunities to be a blessing to others!  I have determined that I will not let stress and anxiety get the best of me this year. Instead, I plan […] Read more…

Scientist Gift Guide

There may be affiliate links in this post. Gifts for Ages 3 to 7 Slimy Squishy Polymer Bucket Science makes SENSES with this bucket of colorful, creative fun. Experimenting with squishy, squashy polymers creates the perfect opportunities for young children to engage in sensory play and to naturally use scientific processes while having fun. The […] Read more…

Holiday Deals for Your Artistic Child

There may be affiliate links in this post. Art is a broad and important part of life, and fostering artistic expression in kids sets them on a positive path, whether it’s hobbyist, professional, as an outlet, or pure aesthetic expression. The common thread is that it is creative, expressive, it can inspire us, and lead […] Read more…

When Expectations Leave You Feeling Defeated

Do you ever feel defeated?  Defeated because of expectations, or should I say unmet expectations, whether it’s expectations for your spouse, your children, your homeschool, your church, or your friends.  The feeling of defeat is an awful feeling!  It can get you discouraged to the point of wanting to give up.  It can affect your […] Read more…

Daylight Savings Time Resources

I’m sure you are aware of the fact that tomorrow, October 6, 2016 at 2:00 am is Daylight Savings Time (DTS). You will be “falling back” one hour. Which, in my opinion, is much better than “springing forward”. This way we get an “extra” hour to sleep, or in my case, an extra cup of coffee while getting ready for church 🙂 Read more…

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