There is much to be said for simply getting organized in your homeschooling routine, yet it can be a challenge for even the most detail-oriented mom.

If there’s one core truth that I would want every potential homeschooling mom to know, it is this: not everyone is going to get behind your decision to homeschool.

The topic of homeschool record-keeping is of the utmost importance, no matter where you are in your homeschooling journey. We will be looking at what it’s like to keep records at specific levels so that nothing is left out.

As a homeschooling parent, you are probably very aware of that lack of drive that can happen after the rush of holidays at the end of the year. Molasses isn’t the only thing that runs slowly in January, and this mid-year slump comes to us all, whether we’re homeschooling newbies are veteran educators.

Why not use this season to start a new tradition of interesting outings and field trips? It’s fun, the whole family can take part, and if you play your cards right, you won’t have to spend an excessive amount of money. Here are some ideas I came up with.

Homeschooling is also not always “schooling at home”. And we're going to discuss that in greater detail here.

With so many great benefits associated with simple acts of gratitude, why not try some for yourself? You might be surprised to find that these aren’t simply “results of scientific studies” but can actually become real in your own life.

There’s nothing quite so important as giving our children a firm foundation in faith. After all, we don’t want to watch them struggle through something as a young adult, only to wish we’d been more purposeful when they were a bit younger.

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