The one thing about goal planning that you cannot seem to plan for is when your situation changes. How do you continue on with your goals when your life takes an unexpected turn? That is what we will be exploring today. Why A Year of Slow? For all of my goal planning prior to the start of the year, I felt in my bones that this would be my year of slow. And while I can joke about how … [Read more...] about 2020 Goals – When Plans go Awry
*The giveaway is now over.* Recently Pam Barnhill revamped her entire Plan Your Year program and released it as a physical book. I was so excited about this! I have gone through Pam's Plan Your Year e-book in the past. However, I like having a physical book in front of me. When you look at the information and immediately see the action steps and worksheets, it is easier to move through the … [Read more...] about Plan Your Year by Pam Barnhill Review
The new Erin Condren Teacher Planner is here! It is something that I honestly look forward to every year. This will be my 5th year using the Erin Condren Teacher Planner as a homeschool planner. I have tried a lot of homeschool planners over the years, but I keep coming back to this one. The quality, the functionality for my needs. It is partially customizable, and the parts that are teacher … [Read more...] about 2019-2020 Erin Condren Teacher Planner
I am so excited to be sharing about the brand new 2019-2020 Erin Condren Life Planner! There is just something about a brand new planner that I love. I started using the Life Planner back in 2014. We were getting ready to welcome our third little one into the world, and I needed something else to help keep me organized. Paper planning has always been my jam. In high school and college, I … [Read more...] about 2019-2020 Erin Condren Life Planner
This post is done in collaboration with study.com. As always, opinions are my own! Teaching math is one of those big scary subjects in homeschooling. Most people I know either don't like math or don't think they are good at math. When you are homeschooling, teaching math is obviously a requirement, so when you fall into one of those two categories, it can show. We all want our kids to know … [Read more...] about Teaching Math – When you need Extra Help!
How to be financially creative with homeschool curricula. It's quite the title isn't it? What does that even mean? How to be financially creative with homeschool curricula is the skill we are going to talk about today. And it is a skill, don't let anyone tell you differently! So what is it exactly? It is the skill of saving money on homeschool curricula. Learning how to be financially … [Read more...] about How to be Financially Creative with Homeschool Curricula