14 Ways to Successfully Homeschool

We began homeschooling our kids in kindergarten while working from home. The kids were little, and it was a choice we made to keep them at home with us. We had a curriculum and plans in place, yet our daily homeschool/work situation rarely looked like the pretty schedule I created and hung on the wallContinue reading “14 Ways to Successfully Homeschool”

7 ways to start your mornings right when social distancing

My husband and I have been self-employed and working from home for 19 years. During those years I homeschooled two kids through graduation. I found in all those years the most important thing is to have a great morning routine. Otherwise your mornings drag out and by the time you get to work your dayContinue reading “7 ways to start your mornings right when social distancing”

Art in the Written Word

Handwritten letters are a lost art form. Modern technology and convenience have replaced handwritten letters (even viewing them as archaic) and replaced them with a crazy form of shorthand, filled with abbreviations and emojis. I may be somewhat old-fashioned, but I love handwritten letters and journals. It’s my goal to find handwritten journals, diaries, datebooks,Continue reading “Art in the Written Word”

Using Color Swatches in Collage Journals

I hope you all had a chance to play with color last week and that you were able to discover which colors evoked emotions. Were you able to find a color palettes that spoke to you? What did you decide to create with your selected color palette? During my color play the purples were callingContinue reading “Using Color Swatches in Collage Journals”