Stay-Cation for Spring Break? Create Your Own Fun Meme About It

So…how many of us are staying home this year on spring break? MeMeMeMeMeMEMEMEEEEE! Can you tell I’m looking forward to it? We had tentative plans to do a big trip, but that has been postponed until summer. I’m SO looking forward to the extra time to get things done around here. Phew. Gina emailed me […]

How to Balance School and Video Games

It is far too easy to become obsessed with beating a video game, whether it be new or old, and completely forget about the rest of the tasks you need to complete for the day. You may tell yourself to just play a little longer to beat one level, or accomplish one more thing. However, […]

Keeping Stored Clothing Fresh

My Friday post at ForeverParenting is all about storing clothes and keeping them smelling great.  There’s a sewing and a no-sew solution to the plastic smell clothes can get when you keep them in totes for a long time. My sister gave me a great idea when we started having kids, and that was to […]

How to: Start Homeschooling (Part 2)

Okay, if part 1 of this series could be given a subtitle, it would be Explore. Now in part 2, we’re going to Investigate. This article will discuss finding local legal requirements for home schooling looking at your favorite style or method more closely locating and joining local and regional support groups conventions and used […]

How To: Start Homeschooling (Part 1)

Okay, so you’re thinking about homeschooling your child. Where do you begin?? Well, for starters we need to take a look at what options are available. Homeschooling curricula run the gamut from online classes where the students log in for lessons and grading…to packages that provide all the books and direction for parents to follow […]