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Posted by | May 14, 2018
Living Free Range on the Edges of Town

How homeschooling compels us to adapt wherever we are I live in a neighborhood that is on the edge of another town where the median home sale price for a...

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Posted by | January 16, 2018
Why Choosing Your Children as Your Career Is Fine

We need to stop saying we’re just homeschool moms The perception of homeschooling, despite it now having settled itself more in the mainstream, is that it is weird. Homeschoolers are weird....

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Posted by | November 23, 2017
Rooted Out of Familiar Ground and Into a New Harvest

How God planted us outside of our small pot and into a sprawling field of harvest When God convicted my family to disciple our children in an unconventional way by...

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Posted by | July 11, 2016
Why You Should Blog as a Homeschooler

What I learned at Bloggers Night Out via CHEA It’s not easy for everyone to take a few days off from their busy schedule and attend a convention, with or...

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Posted by | October 5, 2013
A Better Way to Take Flight in the Homeschool Before Memories Slip Away

Just like the balloon that slipped away, so has the first week of homeschool I could never take back the failures I made in the homeschool, but I can only...

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