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Why You Aren’t Following Through on Your Plans and Goals

Are you great at making plans for the school year but you never seem to do what you've planned? Or are you great at setting goals for the new year that you struggle to achieve? If that's you, I'm going to put my psychologist hat on and explain why your follow-through...

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Habits of the Organized Homeschool Mom

Organizing didn't come naturally to me. I've had to learn it the hard way. But today I feel like I'm organized enough to do everything God has called me to do as a homeschooling mom. If you'd like to take a shorter journey to organization than I took, this article is...

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Christmas Gift Ideas for the Disorganized Homeschool Mom

If you're a disorganized homeschool mom, I have Christmas gift ideas you'll love because I know what's helped me become more organized. Even if you're already in the process of getting organized, you'll love these. If you're looking for Christmas gifts for a...

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How to Keep the Happy Planning Going

I hope I've convinced you that planning makes homeschool moms happy. If you haven't yet read the reasons planning rocks for homeschool moms, do that first. Today we are talking about how to keep happy planning going. If you're like me and you have begun using numerous...

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Why Happy Homeschool Moms Are Planners

Planning has made me so much happier in my homeschool. I want every homeschool mom to have the same happiness. I hope to convince you to start planning for the first time or to resume your planning habit. I asked Diona Navarro, homeschool mom and planner...

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100 Free Christmas Games

Christmas is my favorite time of year to play games. You'll find a list of 100 Christmas games for families to play, for kids to play, or for Christmas parties. Be sure to pin this post so you can refer back to it every year. Family Christmas Games Christmas Family...

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Why You Should Study Movies as Literature with Your Teens

I believe you should study movies as literature with your teens! Here are six reasons why and then I share my review of Cinema Studies, the best way to study movies as literature with your kids. #1 Movies really are literature. At one time, novels weren't considered...

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How Legalism Nearly Destroyed Our Homeschool

I didn't intend to homeschool. I had a Ph.D. in psychology and I planned to practice part-time and be home with my young children the rest of the time. But then I started homeschooling. I found a way out of the CHAOS through FLYLady and routines, and eventually found...

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How to Homeschool the Gift in Your Child

I didn't think I needed strategies for homeschooling giftedness. I thought I should just be celebrating that my child loved to read and was so quick to learn. But my lack of understanding of my children's gifts did them a disservice. I learned where I went wrong when...

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How to Pray Powerfully for Your Homeschool

When we struggle in our homeschooling, it's easy to look for answers in a book, online, or from friends. The answer is usually as close as a prayer. Here's how to pray powerfully over our homeschools. Of course we can pray using any words. We can pray from our hearts....

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Get Things Done in Your Homeschool

Do you regularly find yourself at the end of the school day with nothing to show for it? Do you feel like you aren't getting anything done? If that's you, you're in good company. I regularly hear from homeschoolers just like you and I can't wait to share the solution...

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