intentional homeschooling

Having doubts and feeling overwhelmed doesn’t prove you aren’t cut out for homeschooling. It shows you are a caring and intentional mom.

How To Homeschool When You’re Overwhelmed and Full of Doubts

  “Homeschooling is just so overwhelming. I feel like I’m just failing miserably. My house is a mess, we never get all the lessons done in a day, and everybody is complaining. Even me. Honestly, I’m not sure I’m cut out for this. Maybe my kids would be better in school, you know?” I smiled […] Read more…

Are you looking for a set of wholesome books for your elementary age son to read during the summer? Look no further let me introduce you to the perfect set of books that your son will definitely enjoy. Sonlight's Summer Readers are fun and high-quality books. Come on over and see what we thought about them.

How To Make Summer Reading Fun For Your Reluctant Reader

I received a copy of Sonlight Summer Readers and was compensated for my time in writing this post. I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support! As we are getting ready for our summer break, I find myself getting […] Read more…

Learn about intentional learning fun in your homeschool plus get five great tips for helping your implement this positive practice.

How to Have Intentional Learning Fun in Your Homeschool

Have you ever asked your kids what they remember from your homeschool day? How do they respond to recalling last week’s homeschool lessons? Or have loved ones, even strangers, asked your kids about their homeschooling experiences? How do your kids answer? I ask you these questions based on personal experience. When we began homeschooling and […] Read more…