Welcome to the kick off of a ton of gift guides I will be sharing in the next few weeks. Don’t worry, the gift guides will include items that people actually want to receive and don’t require you to sell your firstborn child. I knew I wanted to start with stocking stuffers because these can be tricky items to buy. Most lists I’ve seen include items that are $20+ and I knew that is not what I wanted for my list. At the time of writing this all the items are $10 or under, with the lots of them being closer to the $5 mark so keep your firstborn in…
how we (try) to stay organized (EP9)
Today we talk about things we like to do in winter, and some things we do to try to keep our family life organized. Things we talked about:
ANNOUNCING the Intentional Homeschooling Membership!
I have a HUGE announcement today – I’ve just launched the Intentional Homeschooling Membership! You can watch the video for more details: In short summary: for just $30/year you’ll get: Check out this page for more details!
the art of showing up (EP 8)
Well, the video quality isn’t the best, we had a few technical issues, but at least this is supposed to be a podcast! Today we’re recapping the busy month of October and talk about faithfulness and the art of just showing up.
October Favorites 2022
Welcome to the second month where I’m sharing a random assortment of my favorite things! If you missed September’s list you can check that out here. This month we got our first snow of the season but overall had above seasonal temperatures. I feel like you never know what you are going to get with October. This list is a great way for me to remember so many of the things I am thankful for, it’s been a good thing for me to do for the last few months. Now, on to some of my favorite things . . . PLANT FOOD So, I don’t have the greenest of thumbs.…
all the APPS we use to listen to AUDIOBOOKS
I’ve been doing a little bit of an audiobooks series here for the last while. It started with my post of 26 activities for kids to do while listening to audiobooks and then I shared all about Audible, including how I get great deals and free books and now today we are on to all the other apps we use for audiobooks! My kids each have one of my old phones to listen to their audiobooks and for the apps that require library cards they are each signed in with their own card so they don’t step on each others toes with their books and lose each other’s spots. I…