• Planning to be Flexible

    I’m the first to say, as an educator, I don’t like worksheets. Yet, as a homeschooling mom, I’ve learned that I do best when I have a workbook to keep me on track. With this as a spine, I allow myself to break off and do something else and plan for the ebb and flow… Read more

  • Classical Conversations Second Semester Payment

    I sent off my second semester payment for my 8th grader in Classical Conversations’ Challenge B. Her tutor is fantastic, so well prepared and has taught this level once before so this year, she really knows what these kids are doing. E is eager for the final project second semester, a mock trial. To prepare… Read more

  • Three Tips For Wearing ‘All the Hats’ at Home

    Three Tips For Wearing ‘All the Hats’ at Home

    The list of tasks for a stay-at-home mom is very lengthy, but add on top of that homeschooling and running a consulting business – I might be a little crazy! Here’s some tips I’ve found that help me stay in balance. Read more

  • A New Season

    A New Season

    The 2022-2023 School Year has looked vastly different than any other year before. For starters, we moved 2500 miles, I’m not working a full time job – only consulting, and I’m homeschooling my three school aged kids and learning to be a parent to an adult-child living with us. Huge changes in so many sectors… Read more

  • How to Help Wiggly Learners

    How to Help Wiggly Learners

    One of the most common questions I get in the fall is how to help fidgety kids become more centered in a classroom. First, let me encourage you to talk with your child’s teacher before you purchase anything! The teacher needs to be on board letting your child use these tools. Second, you will need… Read more

  • Beginning an Adventure

    Beginning an Adventure

    Well I started this website when I knew that I had to transition out of my career to homeschool my children. I thought I’d need some side income to help our family. I thought I’d start a consulting business. I thought I had a strong network to build from. And then, like God so often… Read more