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Time Management for Moms

There really is no such thing as time management. There’s only self-management. You don’t use your time better and end up with more. Usually it seems less time because of how we spent it, though there are things we can do to maximize what we get out of the time we have. Time management is…

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High School Homeschool Curriculum: What We Use

So many people give up on homeschooling when it comes to high school, but there’s no need to get intimidated. Home is still a great place to give our students a quality classical education, as long as we provide them with the supports they need to finish well. You can homeschool high school classically. I’ll…

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Classical Homeschool Morning Time

Way back when when my oldest was in preschool, I was reading Cindy Rollins’ blog, where she continually told us that Morning Time was the best thing she did in her homeschool. I took her advice to heart and stepped out in faith that she was on to something. As she shared about Morning Time, it…

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5 Steps to Organize Your Kitchen Tools

The kitchen is one of the most important and used rooms in our homes, so it makes sense to prioritize keeping it clean and organized. We all know what it’s like to waste time hunting for the tool we need or wondering where to put something away. We’ve all stepped into someone else’s kitchen and…

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20 Homeschool Organization Hacks to Simplify Life

There’s no denying it. Homeschooling comes with so much stuff. The papers, pencils, supplies, and books threaten to take over every square inch – and yet can never be found when they’re needed. So we look to organization to solve our woes, but the methods of the magazines will not help our homeschooling households. We…

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How to Classically Homeschool Multiple Ages

We’ve been classically homeschooling our family of five for a dozen years now. When my oldest turned six, I was pregnant with baby #4 and had an eighteen-month-old getting into everything and a four-year-old wanting to do everything his brother did. Over the years we added a fifth baby, everyone eventually learned to read, and…