Blog Elevated Conference in Houston, TX

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About once or twice a year, I really enjoy attending a blogging conference. I’ve explained it many times on my previous conference related posts, but other bloggers make super friends in real life because they really understand what makes you tick. They get that you write articles in your head while you shower and as […]

Carnival of Homeschooling : Random Instagram Edition (plus mobile photography tips)

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Welcome to the Random Instagram Edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling! If you are new to ‘blog carnivals’, please read the link at the bottom of this post to find out more. This post has many links that take you off-site to other homeschool blogs where you can read their ‘showcased’ article submission. If you […]

BlogHer Food 2013 – A Delicous Recap

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I’m not sure I knew what to expect from a BlogHer Food conference, but I was certainly not underwhelmed. Having been to six or seven other blogging conferences, I was impressed that this one had so much to offer. Bonus: It was practically in my back yard – in Austin, Texas. It helps when you […]

Field Trips, Four-Year-Olds, and Finding Time to Blog

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  I’m over at the Homeschool Post today, sharing a tiny bit about our trip to the Waco Zoo last month, and posting their link-up for field trips for the month of April. Each month you can link one or two field trips there and help spread your ideas on the fun and educational places […]

On Changes and New Beginnings… at the Homeschool Post

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If you are just surfing in to my blog for the very first time, you might not know that I am the Founder of another blog called the Homeschool Post. For the past six years, I have owned and managed that blog and run the annual Homeschool Blog Awards each fall. I would say that […]

FREE Homeschooling High School Webinar Tomorrow!

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Lee Binz of The HomeScholar (the online Homeschool ‘Guidance Counselor’) and the Homeschool Post are hosting a FREE Webinar about homeschooling your kids through High School tomorrow. Click the graphic above for the registration link and the topics she covers! The webinar is FREE… but space is limited. { Hope to “see” you there! } […]

Free December Desktop Calendar

I put up a lovely December desktop calendar and wallpaper for your computer over at the Homeschool Post yesterday. Did you miss it? No homeschool necessary. Any Bible-loving Christian who digs Christmas would enjoy it. Pardon my pixel dust. It was my first attempt at a desktop calendar that actually “took”. You might have to […]