3 Ways to Fit Self-Care packed schedule

3 Ways To Fit Self Care Into a Packed Schedule

If you have ever traveled with a family, you know what it is like to pack a suitcase. You might think you have everything you need and start to zip it up only to realize you are missing a few things. When you finally get everything in, you almost need to sit on it to get it zipped. Managing a household, parenting, working from home or homeschooling can each feel like packing a suitcase. When you put … Continue reading →

Work at Home Mom Homeschooler Jennifer S

Homeschool Mompreneur Spotlight featuring Jennifer S

Jennifer L. Self has been married to Jeff for 17 years, and God has entrusted them with four children. She considers her children home educated from birth but has “officially” homeschooled them since her oldest started kindergarten 9 years ago. Now, that child is preparing to begin high school and her youngest is finishing kindergarten. Working at Home Jennifer started working from home when she was 15. She loved it so much that she only left to … Continue reading →

Work at Home Homeschooling momprenuer Allison G

Homeschool Mompreneur Spotlight featuring Allison G

Allison is a homeschooling mom who also works full-time.  Before she took a job outside of the home, she was a stay-at-home mom and a part-time family therapist.  Her husband was working third shift which made it possible for them to be with their children all day.  They decided a change needed to take place and Allison returned to the workforce while her husband also switched to a Monday thru Friday, 7 am to 4 pm job. … Continue reading →

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Homeschool Mompreneur Spotlight featuring Kim S

Kim is a homeschooling mom with four children.  She has two younger boys and two older girls from 1st to 7th grade.  Kim has a M.A. in Early Childhood Education and used to teach in a public school for 8 years.  She describes her teaching style at home as mostly eclectic, using what works for each of her children. She is courageously paving a better way for her children after experiencing many trials of her own including … Continue reading →

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Home School Mompreneur Spotlight featuring Karen B

I am a homeschooling mom with two children.  I have always homeschooled both daughters.  It is hard to say exactly how many years I have been homeschooling since I really started teaching them when they were toddlers.  It has essentially been 13+ years now. By the time the oldest was kindergarten age, I had already spent countless hours of one-on-one teaching through fun activities and learning games at home with her.  This learning at home was just … Continue reading →

work at home homeschooling mom aimee c

Home School Mompreneur Spotlight featuring Aimee C

Aimee is a homeschooling mom with three children.  She has been homeschooling since her second child was ready for kindergarten.  That means she has been doing this for about 6 whole years now.  Her oldest child has an autism spectrum disorder.  He attends a private school part-time and homeschools part-time.  The other two children are at home full-time. Aimee is married, and her husband is a nurse.  He is going to school to finish his bachelor’s in nursing … Continue reading →

10 unique homeschool schedule ideas

10 Unique Homeschool Schedules

Are you looking for unique homeschool schedules that will work for your family?  You know you need a solid schedule to get everything done for your homeschool and keep your home and family life in check, but do you need some fresh ideas to help you? The solution to getting it all done is to establish a unique homeschool schedule so that everyone in the family knows what is expected and when it will all take place. We … Continue reading →

5 Important Homeschool Schedule Ideas

5 Important Homeschool Schedule Ideas

For a successful homeschool educational system for your children, you need to design a well-planned out routine and schedule. If you failing to do this, you and your children are likely to end up only being confused about what to do, when to do it, and how to do it, but also frustrated by the workload. A schedule does not need to be complex, it just needs to be consistent. If you are looking for some ideas, let me share five of … Continue reading →


Make Over Your Mornings – Is It Really Possible for a Night Owl Like Me?

Day 5 & 6 of the Make Over Your Mornings 14 Day Course was all about goal setting. She really broke it down in a way that made it really easy to put my goals on paper and see what really is important to me in my life right now. Worksheets were provided that you can print to help you write down the priorities in your life right now, set goals to achieve what is important to … Continue reading →


Make Over Your Mornings Challenge – Day 4

I watched Day 4 of the Make Over Your Mornings 14 Day Course by Crystal Paine today and wanted to share with you what my goals are. Sharing these with you is truly holding me accountable, so bear with me. I need this! I skipped Sunday, so this morning I started implementing my goals from Day 3 which were prioritizing and starting my day with my devotion and prayer along with some exercise. My goal was to start slow … Continue reading →