Why You Should Attend the Teach Them Diligently Convention

As a homeschool parent, I’m always on the lookout for new ideas to help teach my kids. I want to make sure that I’m giving them the education they need, all while building their character. That’s why I love attending the Teach Them Diligently convention. This convention inspires new ideas, gives me fellowship with fellow homeschooling families, and is kid-friendly. Here’s why you should attend the upcoming Teach Them Diligently convention: my quick review.


How to Quickly Create a Meal Plan for the Week

If your family loves to eat at home, but you find it hard to grocery shop on a budget as well as keep everyone happy – quickly create a meal plan for the week! You’ll find it’s much easier to grocery shop, feed hungry kids and husband a nutritious and affordable meal plan, and stay sane! (more…)

How to Run a Home Efficiently with Little Time to Spare

When you are a busy mom trying to run a home efficiently without that extra time in the day, it can be overwhelming to determine the proper steps to take. If you are searching for ways to be successful in running your home efficiently with little time to spare, continue reading for some easy to try tips that will have you running that home with one hand tied behind your back in no time. (more…)

How to Stay Sane while Homeschooling Multiple Kids

There are many learning experiences that come along when homeschooling multiple kids. Sure parenthood is hard enough without taking into consideration the fact that you have more than one kid. Life can be hectic and difficult at times, especially when you are staying home and homeschooling them. With that being said, there are ways you can keep your sanity while homeschooling multiple kids. Read on to learn some tips on how to stay sane while homeschooling multiple kids. (more…)

Best Methods to Teach Reading to your Homeschooled Child

When it’s time to teach reading to your child, you want to make sure you’re doing it right. So much in life is dependent upon good reading skills. Not only will your child need to be proficient in reading for homeschool, they’ll also need it afterwards and throughout life, you know! If you’re ready to start teaching reading to your homeschooled child, here are some of the best methods you can use. Included in this post is also a FREE trial of Reading Eggs online curriculum!