In our last post, we talked about how to manage and go through all of your homeschool materials as well as the books that you have. Today, I want to talk about some of the best ways to sell homeschool curriculum. Most likely you have a lot of old curriculum and homeschool books sitting around your house. You kept it because you had another child coming up through that grade and wanted to save … [Read more...] about 5 Best Ways to Sell Homeschool Curriculum
The past week I have been attempting to organize our homeschool supplies. Books, instructor's guides, new curricula that has started to come into our home. This was going extremely well until I tripped over Izzy's bone and sprained my ankle. We will get it done at some point! It is time to start organizing everything since our year is almost complete. We have so many old homeschool materials, … [Read more...] about What do you do with old Homeschool Materials?
The Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magin in Homeschool, Learning, and Life by Julie Bogart is one of those amazing books that you have to sit on for a while to really process all the information in it. That is exactly what I did. I actually first heard about Julie back at the beginning of 2017. I was trying to figure out how I could help Emma get better at spelling. It seemed like she could … [Read more...] about The Brave Learner – A Review
This post was originally posted in August of 2017, but it has been updated and is relevant to my conversations with you all recently! When I ask other homeschool moms what their biggest struggle is with homeschooling, hands down they say consistency. I have to be honest and say that consistency is one of my biggest struggles as well. But what do we mean by consistency? When we talk about … [Read more...] about How to Create Consistency in Your Homeschool Day
It is time for a homeschool day in the life! This year my kids are 10, 8, and 4. Every year that the kids get older I find that I need to figure out a new rhythm! I love to document a homeschool day in the life because it is fun to see what others are doing each day. But, more importantly, I get to look back on how our days have evolved as the kids get a little older. Find my previous … [Read more...] about Homeschool Day in the Life (ages 10, 8, and 4)
When we talk about Financial Wellness in our homeschools, the number one question always seems to be "what are ways to save money as a homeschooler?" Most of us are single-income earners. And because of that, finding ways to save money as a homeschooler is important. Why? Because we are responsible for all the educational materials that our children use. And I know that we all want to make … [Read more...] about Top 4 Ways to Save Money as a Homeschooler