Homeschool Bundle Sale: In Which I Sell Out

I’ve never made any money off this blog.  Technically, there was that one time I got a tidy little Amazon Affiliate check and I was able to buy myself not one, but TWO used books.  So if that counts as earning money, then I guess I have.  But I mostly don’t.  Count that, that is. […]

How I Homeschool: Dwija of House Unseen

A couple years back, I had the pleasure of stumbling upon Dwija of House Unseen.  She was pregnant with her fifth child: interesting.  She had moved, sight unseen, 2/3 of the way across the country: intriguing.  She had converted from Hare Krishna to Catholicism at the “ripe old age” of 19: downright fascinating.  Since discovering her blog, […]

How I Homeschool: Kendra from Catholic All Year

Last year, before we moved back from South Korea, I stumbled upon Kendra’s blog, Catholic All Year.  In one of the first posts I visited, she mentioned living in southern California.  Ever the extrovert, I commented and mentioned that we were probably moving back to So Cal soon, and we should get together.  Little did I […]

How I Homeschool: Clan Donaldson

Cari of Clan Donaldson was my gateway blogger.  I didn’t even know there were other Catholic mom bloggers until Cari, then a stranger, began commenting on my infantile blog.  Once I discovered her, I discovered the wide world of blogging moms, and it’s a world I’m grateful for.  I even had the pleasure of meeting […]

How I Homeschool: Kelly of This Ain’t the Lyceum

A couple years ago, I came across Kelly of This Ain’t the Lyceum fame via  Seven Quick Takes post.  I couldn’t tell you what that first post was about, just that it made me laugh from beginning to end.  Since that time, Kelly has been a regular on my blog roll, making me  alternately laugh and […]

How I Homeschool: Annery at Home answers all my questions

Welcome back to the third interview in the series, “How I Homeschool.”  Today I’m sharing with you some insights from Anne @ Annery at Home.  Anne blogs about her life: homeschooling, working from home as an instructional designer, her experiences fostering a child, parenting her two littles, and her family’s journey with fertility.  She is […]

How I Homeschool: THE Housewifespice lays it down for us

Today I’ve got an interview from the illustrious Jessica of Housewifespice.  You may know her from her helpful link-ups, What We’re Reading Wednesday, or from her infamous daily consumption of bacon.  (I know!  It makes me jealous, too!)   I’ve known Jessica since waaaaaaaayyyyy back before her homeschooling days {coughcough} and I specifically thought of […]

How I Homeschool: a link-up and a series

I have a friend who is interested in homeschooling, but, like most of us, has a few reservations and a lot of questions.  I had an epiphany last week and decided to put the power of the internet and my online community of homeschool blog moms to work.  So I’m running a series in which […]

So I have this crazy idea…

I have this crazy idea.  I’ve been thinking it for a couple months now, and I think now might be the moment to reveal to y’all how nuts I actually am. First, le back story: Around Thanksgiving my aunt/godmother, who is also a retired kindergarten teacher, sent me a small manila envelope.  In it were […]

Homeschool Hacks: History and Geography for Elementary Kids

It’s been awhile since I posted anything schoolish. I generally don’t write unless I feel really strongly about something, and lately I am just so in love with my history resources that I really had to share them.  Oh, and of course you don’t have to be a homeschooler to use these!  They’re great for […]