The following blog post contains affiliate links which result in no additional costs to you, but may result in a small commission payment back to this site. Growing up in Pittsburgh, my sons have developed a fascination with bridges. Anyone who lives in the area can attest to the fact that you would be hard … Continue reading STEM Challenge: Bridge Building
"A man's home is his castle." Isn't that the old saying? I educate my three children from home. I also work from home. My home is where I spend the better portion of my life homeschooling my children, cultivating my business, and nurturing my household. I love my home. It is the epicenter of my … Continue reading Educate at Home. Work at Home. Lose your Mind at Home?
Being still relatively new to homeschooling, I find myself constantly referencing methods from experienced homeschooling families. As with any aspect of parenting, I want to do this “right.” Honestly, isn’t that what we all want? I mean, does anyone really jump into anything hoping they will screw it up? On a daily basis we are … Continue reading From Public School Student to Homeschooling Teacher: My Dirty Little Secret
As a parent, have you ever woken up and looked blankly at your reflection in the mirror and wondered, "What am I doing?" As a homeschooling parent, I feel like I ask myself this question possibly 9,352 times a day. I usually think it at least once during the first groan after, "let's finish your … Continue reading What am I doing?