Single Parents Homeschooling

Single Parents Homeschooling

Complete didn’t mean having it all While I like using a complete homeschool curriculum, I don’t always find exactly what we need and have to supplement. So, I was happy for the opportunity to review the First Grade Complete Homeschool Curriculum from Homeschool Complete. Would there be learning gaps? Because […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

Single Parents Homeschooling

Single Parents Homeschooling

Photo via Pixabay Tens of millions of Americans suffer from sleeplessness, a cultural trend that has resulted in a booming sleep industry. Expensive new sleep technologies, from wearable trackers to smart mattresses, claim to help us get the quantity and quality of sleep we so desperately need. But when you’re […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

Single Parents Homeschooling

This Valentine’s Day I will be preparing my house to let another family live there for 8 days. Where am I going? I’m not sure yet. But, I’ll let you know what went down in February’s Reflections Journal. Why am I going? There just happens to be a wedding that […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

If you now find yourself homeschooling as a single parent or are looking at the homeschooling option as a single parent, I want to introduce you to two resources. For me, these two resources fit a very short, but strict checklist that I had as I began homeschooling my kids. […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

Single Parents Homeschooling

It’s my birthday today! (Well, yesterday…since I fell asleep while uploading this video.) I usually don’t announce it at all. I like taking it as another day but with more memorable moments. I wanted to check in, but I knew I wouldn’t have the energy or time to write after […]