Living Intentionally: Day 2- Decluttering Your Surroundings

Learning to Live Intentionally Challenge Day 2 Decluttering Your Surroundings

I believe the key to living intentionally is to first simplify our lives. When chaos abounds, we can’t be intentional about anything, and this is true for many areas of our lives. Today we are going to focus on decluttering our surroundings. I don’t know about you, but more often than not a person can [...]

Gratitude is a Lifestyle

Book of Thanks image

Please note- this post is NOT part of the Learning to Live Intentionally Challenge. The living intentionally posts will continue  on Monday. I am joining many other very talented bloggers in a 21 Days of Gratitude series. Each day for from Nov. 1-21, each of us will be sharing an image with a quote related [...]

Learning to Live Intentionally Challenge

Learning to Live Intentionally Challenge

  I originally shared this challenge one year ago. As the holiday season approaches, I feel like it is important to take the challenge again, so I am revamping the posts in the series and reigniting my passion to live intentionally. Will you join me? I’m wasting my days. These precious, numbered days are truly [...]

Hearts for Home Blog Hop #40

Welcome back for another week of the Hearts for Home Blog Hop! I hope you’ve been enjoying the wonderful fall-themed posts that have been linked up. I have found some of the greatest ideas from these posts. The most popular post from last week was…. My Daughters’ Modest Monday from Meghan Carver A few of [...]

Hearts for Home Blog Hop #39 { The Homemaker’s Mentor }

The Homemaker's Mentor review and giveaway

I received a free copy of The Homemaker’s Mentor in exchange for an honest review of their product. I was not required to write a positive review. The honest opinions expressed below are my own. A few weeks ago, I shared with you guys how God is developing my heart for my home, and isn’t [...]

Art Appreciation for Young Homeschoolers

Art Appreciation for Young Homeschoolers

Throughout the first four weeks of school, we’ve been learning how to appreciate art. As we cover different aspects of art the kids are creating a lapbook , to showcase all they’ve learned throughout this study. My children have discovered many things that are considered art that they had never recognized as such. From architecture [...]

What Do I Do When Our Homeschool Schedule Isn’t Working?

What Do I Do When Our Homeschooling Schedule Isn't Working

Is your homeschooling schedule working for you? Or…are you working for it? Has your homeschooling schedule robbed you of the freedom of homeschooling? Are you so concerned with staying on track that you’re afraid to venture off the schedule to find the “good stuff” of homeschooling: deeper relationships, laughter, smiles and cuddles? If so, I [...]

What Do I Do When I Feel Like I’m Failing?

What Do I Do When I Feel Like I'm Failing

Welcome to post three in the Homeschool Help! series. This is one issue that most {if not all} homeschool moms struggle with from time to time. However, it is one of the most difficult issues to talk about. This isn’t quite what you signed up for, is it? You didn’t count on a child who [...]