I’ve tried –
oh, have I tried – to get the kids to clean up one thing before pulling something else out. “One toy out at a time” I’d call in a sing-songy voice…
After years of trying, I’ve finally accepted that it’s just not going to happen. There just
will be lots of things out at one time and you know what…
…the world isn’t going to end!
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Homeschooling is more than a method of education – it’s a
So it’s not surprising that there’s overlap with other areas of life when it comes to the best tools to use for the job. For example, when it comes to digital tools, I’ve found that all kinds of
non-school-related apps have helped our homeschool.
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To the tune of Auld Lang Syne…
Christmas gifts strewn all around, Party messes still piled high, Decorations to repack… I think I’m about to cry. And add to this the pressure felt To analyze your life, And come up with some lofty goals That will solve all of your strife. – words by Sensible Homeschool
That’s how the song goes, isn’t it?
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What do Panera Bread and my homeschool have in common?
besides hungry people who are constantly demanding food, tables that need to be cleaned dozens of times a day and occupants who splash water on the bathroom mirrors.)
We both have used names to define things or activities to improve our establishments and our productivity.
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