How to Write an Essay: IEW High School Essay Intensive – A Review

The dreaded high school essay….remember that? Ugg.  That’s how most people feel about writing an essay.  Well, it doesn’t have to be hard. For years we’ve been using Institute for Excellence in Writing with our Read More …

5 Days in the Life of a Stressed Out Mom (And How Not To Be One!) – Part 3

Welcome back to the 5 Days of Homeschool….Blog Hop!  I hope you are getting inspired and encouraged as we tackle some of the key areas of stress for many homeschool moms!  I know that these Read More …

The Secret Bridge – A Lamplighter Review

Do you love a good book? Are you like me and just haven’t had time to enjoy a good book in years? Well, I’m so grateful for the opportunity to review a new Lamplighter Publishing Read More …

Daily Bible Jigsaw – Puzzle App Review

Most of the items I review on my blog are curriculum-type products.  I thought it was so cool to be able to review an app this time!!  I was given Planet 316‘s puzzle app called Daily Read More …

Prep and CLEP – A SpeedyPrep Review

With a high school aged son, we are spending lots of time planning and working on college related classes! Recently he has been doing some dual enrollment online, so when I heard about doing a Read More …

5 Days in the Life of a Stressed Out Mom (And How Not To Be One!) – Part 2

Greetings again… If you didn’t check out the first post of the “5 Days in the Life of a Stressed Out Mom…” series, you’ll definitely want to read that first! Yesterday we tackled one of Read More …

Cleaning Resources for Homeschool Moms

Ever try to get something done, but you can’t because you’re too stressed out about the mess in your house? I’m one of those people who can’t cook in a dirty kitchen or get ready Read More …

Online Computer Courses – A CompuScholar Review

I was so excited to be able to review the Java Programming (AP) course from CompuScholar, Inc.  You might know them by their former name, Homeschool Programming. In this day and age, computer skills are such Read More …

American Literature – Audio Book List

Would your kids rather listen to books than read them? My oldest child is like that. At first I really struggled with the idea that I wanted him to READ the books rather than just Read More …

Faces of History – How to Have a Living (Wax) Museum

Each year as part of our Classical Conversation’s Essentials Program, the kids research and write about a famous person of the time period we are studying. To make it even more fun, they also do an Read More …