Five Ways to Encourage Your Student to Learn a Foreign Language

Five Ways to Encourage Your Student to Learn a Foreign Language

I began studying foreign languages at age twelve for the fun of it. Nobody asked me to sit down for days making flashcards and labels for everything in my room, but I did it anyway. While I never achieved fluency in any particular language (still a goal of mine), I...
Five Simple Tips to Get Everything Done at Home

Five Simple Tips to Get Everything Done at Home

I used to struggle to get much of anything done. Before kids, I was juggling four part-time jobs. Waking up before 11 AM was a struggle, and as soon as I got off work, I’d sit on the couch and watch a few episodes on Netflix or take a nice, long nap until dinnertime....
The Transition from Career Woman to Stay-at-Home Mom

The Transition from Career Woman to Stay-at-Home Mom

I quit my job yesterday. I had silently toyed around with the idea for weeks after delivery. We had a newborn baby, post-delivery complications, and a doctor’s appointment nearly every day for months. I found myself overwhelmed, discouraged, and crying in bed long…

5 Out of the Box Field Trip Ideas for Homeschoolers

5 Out of the Box Field Trip Ideas for Homeschoolers

Whether you’re a homeschool mom or cover school administrator, I know that planning field trips can be overwhelming. That said, I’ve put together a few ideas that aren’t so run-of-the-mill to give you some inspiration.