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Coming October 11-13! Free Online Mom Conference

Posted by Kimberly on October 7, 2016 in Parenting |

Coming October 11-13! Free Online Mom Conference Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could attend talks by all the best authors and speakers on motherhood topics? Well, guess what? You can! And it’s free. You don’t even have to leave your house to participate. What is the Mom Conference? The Mom Conference is a free, three-day online […]

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Screen-Free Week May 2-8, 2016

Posted by Kimberly on May 1, 2016 in Parenting, Things to Do, Places to Go |

We love technology in our home! We are all gamers and enjoy the convenience of all our screens and devices. But we also enjoy a good power outage now and then. The power goes out a little too often around here sometimes. When my kids were younger, as soon as the power went out they would […]

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Don’t Miss this Homemaking and Mothering Help!

Posted by Kimberly on April 27, 2016 in Home Economics, Parenting |

**THIS SALE HAS ENDED. Please stay tuned for future sales** Does being a mom and homemaker (and homeschooler) ever feel a little too hard? There’s no question that we love our families like crazy and we’d do anything for them, but we all know motherhood can be exhausting! If you’re anything like me, you wish your home felt more put […]

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The Truth: You Are Not a #MomFail

Posted by Kimberly on April 20, 2016 in Parenting |

The truth is, you are not a mom fail! Moms expect way too much of themselves, and I think homeschool moms expect even more of themselves than they should. The Truth: You Are Not a #MomFail You are not a mom fail when … you find yourself yelling at your kids you had a bad homeschool day […]

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The Truth About #MomFail Culture

Posted by Kimberly on April 18, 2016 in Parenting |

**Please note: This free video series is no longer available. Stay tuned for more great freebies** The Truth About #MomFail Culture: 10 Things You Need to Hear on the Hard Days Mount washmore is piling up in the corner. Homeschooling started off on the wrong foot, with tears over math. Supper is looking like spaghetti (again). […]

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The Power of Gratitude in Your Homeschool

Posted by Kimberly on March 27, 2016 in Parenting |

The Power of Gratitude in Your Homeschool As we celebrate Easter this weekend, I’ve been reflecting on gratitude. The practice of gratitude as a tool for happiness has been in the mainstream for years. Long-term studies support gratitude’s effectiveness, suggesting that a positive, appreciative attitude contributes to success in work, greater health, peak performance in […]

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Overcoming Angry and Stressed Out Parenting – Book Review

Posted by Kimberly on March 20, 2016 in Parenting, Reviews |

The Bible admonishes us repeatedly to be slow to anger. But when it comes to our kids, it’s surprisingly easy for us to be quick to anger! We know it doesn’t work. The definition of crazy is to do something over and over again even if it isn’t working, so why do we repeatedly get […]

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Are You a Shutterbug Like Me? Ultimate Photography Bundle

Posted by Kimberly on June 24, 2015 in Homeschool Events, Parenting |

***This Bundle Offer has Ended. Stay Tuned for More in the Coming Months!*** Are You a Shutterbug Like Me? Are you a shutterbug like me? I always have a camera or iPhone in hand ready to catch that beautiful sunset … the otherwise unbelievable amount of snow … my children’s beautiful smiles … I don’t […]

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Cleaning Game: A Weekly Home Blessing

Posted by Kimberly on June 7, 2015 in Home Economics, Parenting |

Children are capable of a lot more than we give them credit for. My children have enjoyed helping me around the house since they were each as young as two years old. Not only do I like having the help, but I also take pride in teaching my children how to run a household so […]

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2 Things to Do for Yourself on Mother’s Day

Posted by Kimberly on April 27, 2015 in Parenting, Resources |

As a mother, especially as a homeschooling mother, it can be easy to get frustrated, discouraged, and downright grumpy. With your kids stuck to you most every moment of the day and the homeschool year still dragging on, it can be hard to keep perspective on it all. Why did you decide to be a […]

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