Living Intentional For 2017 And Beyond

Be careful how you walk—not as unwise, but as wise, making the most of your time (recognizing and taking advantage of each opportunity and using it with wisdom and diligence), because the days are filled with evil.  Ephesians 5:15-16 (NIV and AMP)

Intentional. Definition: Done on purpose; deliberate, intended, planned, willful, purposeful.

I have decided to make Intentional my word for this year.

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Secrets To Finishing Your Homeschool Year Well

I want to finish well, but most importantly teach my children to end well. 

This past year was my busiest year yet between running the home, household duties, my business and homeschooling the kids, but it was our best finish yet. We finished strong and finished all their schooling this year and we were way more relaxed! That was a first for us.

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Guard Your Heart And Slay The Giant

Above everything else, guard your heart for it is the source of life’s consequences. Proverbs 4:23

Guard your heart? Take every thought captive? Have you ever stopped to ask what do these even mean? 

What are your thoughts towards yourself, are they loving and full of life? 

The reason I am asking you so many questions is because I spent so much of my life beating myself up…not outwardly, but in my thought life. 

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The Pros And Cons Of Homeschooling From The Perspective Of A Homeschool Mom

Homeschooling is an awesome opportunity for families. I know there are many benefits to schooling at home, but I have never had to really define them before. Last week I was asked what I thought the benefits or disadvantages to homeschooling are?

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50 Date Ideas For You And Your Child And Why Dates Are So Important

A few months ago, I started a new "thing" in my family. I started dating my kids one on one. I had no idea it would garner the attention that it has, but other parents are loving the idea! Here's why I think it's awesome, and why you may want to consider dating your kids too.

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Lesson plans, schedules and field trips, oh my! The truth about homeschooling? it's hard! but my reasons may not be what you think.

As a homeschool mom, I have had all the questions and comments that go with the territory. Here’s the thing, homeschooling is hard, but the reasons I find it hard might not be the reasons someone else might find it hard, or vice versa.

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