Museums are a gift. Our family recently received a much-apppreciated gift from my father. He volunteers at a small museum […]
I saw a meme on Facebook recently that shared this profound thought: “If parenting were a GPS, it would mostly […]
Today I am missing the library. I can’t remember a time in my recent history that I have been away […]
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If you find yourself suddenly at home with your public school kids, your school district and teachers should be your […]
I have homeschooled for 19 years with four kids so I know what it’s like to have 100 things going […]
I am no expert in scheduling, but I AM good at getting a lot done, so perhaps a few of my suggestions may help. Here are a few considerations for your Crisis School Schedule.
There is never a one-size-fits-all approach to being frugal or saving money. I believe that a lot of little things add up to a lot, though. Start small. Look to see where you can save money, especially in this time of uncertainty. Here are a few suggestions.
We still have work, school work, and household tasks that have to be done, but if you or your kids are feeling discouraged/bored/tired/frustrated, here are a few suggestions to get you started. Some are mainly for the kids, but parents may need some ideas as well.