What a ride! 2020 was a lot of things but forgettable was not one of them. Aside from the mutual craziness we have all endured over the last year, there has been much in my life to be thankful for. I have had a lot of plans for this Blog and my vision has changed... Continue Reading →
We have just gotten through the season of Lent and celebrated Easter. It was definitely one of the most unusual Easter celebrations I have ever experienced as we celebrated it from our living rooms. I am a homeschool mom of five children and I wanted to take that time to teach my children about gratitude.... Continue Reading →
I have just uploaded my most up to date chore chart. After five revisions, this is the most streamlined version. Visit Quarantine Economics Resources for the newest chart as of April 2, 2020.
I have posted a word search for your quarantine. Hopefully it will help you kill some time and have a good laugh. Visit the link below and you will find the attached word search. Have fun and stay safe! Quarantine Word Search
Come check out part 2 of our home economics experiment during the Quarantine of 2020! Quarantine Economy Part 2
Come check out my post on our monopoly chore chart system we are using while we are quarantined at home. Stay Home-Stay Safe via Quarantine Economics
Pictured Above: A statue from MLK Jr National Park: "Behold! the only thing greater that yourself!" Do you remember when you were a teenager: When we all thought we knew everything? We had lived 17 or 18 years and had spent most of that in school. We knew history and how to write papers... Continue Reading →
It's been a long time since I wrote something. In an attempt to be relevant but not obsolete in a sea of moms, I took time to rethink my focus....and as time would have it- I feel like I have found my voice! But oh what will it say...
Well, Christmas vacation is over and the kids are headed back to school today. I know that there are many people excited to have the kids back in school but as a shared parenting mom of 3, I lack enthusiasm for this transition. I've enjoyed the extra hours to hang out, to hold conversations, and... Continue Reading →
One year of homeschooling taught me a lot about the quality of time versus the quantity of it. One hour from an eager, interested child can be worth more than a whole year of studying a subject they find uninteresting. Christmas time is my favorite time of year and I revel in the lights and... Continue Reading →