Have you ever found a group of ladies that just make you feel at home? They support you, they laugh with your, share your victories and share your heartaches? In the homeschool world, we need support from our fellow ladies. Some who have been there and done that and some who have a fresh perspective.keep reading…
When I was a little girl, I loved the excitement that came each year when May 1st rolled around. We spent days preparing our baskets and treats to deliver anonymously to our neighborhood friends. As an adult, I was shocked to find that many folks don’t even know what May Day is!
If your house looks like mine, at any given time, there are the basic components of slime strung around your kitchen. The counters are littered with sparkles and the table is covered in sticky glue. The slime trend doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon
Did you know that bilingual employees make an average of 5-20% more than their coworkers who can only speak one language? At $5,000 a month, a bilingual employee with the same base rate can make an extra $1,000 each month for a skill they learned years ago and is now second nature to them.
Like millions of other Americans, slime has overtaken our house! What spare time used to be filled with Netflix and painting is now filled with creating new slimes for our slime business. Today, we’re sharing one of our current favorites! It does take a little more effort than our typical slime but the results are definitelykeep reading…
We are having SO much fun making all sorts of fun slimes! Since starting our own slime business, we’ve discovered exactly what our customers love most. From Root Beer Float Slime to Glow in the Dark Slime, we’ve had fun creating new slimes they love. Today, we’re sharing our textured slime, in hopes that somekeep reading…
Grade nine. We’ve finally made it. Over the years, I never thought my kids would grow so quickly. Now, my oldest is starting high school and I’m realizing more and more just how precious my short time with them really is. High school is a scary territory.
Wow! I just blinked and now my middle baby is in 5th grade. Around here, that’s middle school! It’s crazy to think that she would be starting at a new school in a nearby town, if she were in public school. Thank God, we are able to homeschool her and enjoy each precious moment
This year, I’m charting some new territory in our homeschool. Ms. Bookworm will be starting high school, Ms. Manners will be starting middle school and Mr. Bear will begin kindergarten. These days that seem so long are flying by me faster than I can keep up with!
Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt like throwing in the “homeschool” towel. If you’ve ever wanted to just hop in your car and drive your kids to the nearest public school, open the door and kick them to the curb.