22 Homeschool Mom Goals

Good reading and black coffee by @Sprittibee

Remember that graphic I shared at the beginning of 2016 that said… “Count your blessings instead of your crosses?” Then it went on to ask you to add up gains instead of losses, joys instead of woes, friends instead of foes, smiles instead of tears, courage instead of fears, full years instead of lean, kind […]

A Tribute For Mother’s Day

Do you have someone you love? Sure you do. We all do. We were created to share our hearts and desire companionship. With mother’s day just around the corner, I thought I’d share a little bit about two of the people I have loved the most in this world. Inspired by the J&J Campaign called […]

Homeschool High Schoolers Learning to Meet Deadlines

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I have quite the gap between my oldest and youngest homeschool ‘student’ (my youngers are preschoolers), and we spent quite a few years on Unit Studies, Charlotte Mason, and an eclectic brand of Accidental Unschooling after the little ones came along unexpectedly. And so, here at the bee-hive, we have not had as many deadlines […]

10 Days of Accidental Unschooling – Day 9: Reading to Succeed

NOTE: This is Part 9 of a 10 day series on Accidental Unschooling that is taking me LONGER than 10 days to write (sorry). I have had a little distraction in my life last week (hosting a blogger retreat weekend at my house) and it has been a very busy homeschool week following. If you […]