Parenting with 5 Questions

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Parenting. It’s a journey that you never fully understand until you step into the role. Each developmental season brings new joys and challenges that leave us filled, but at times frustrated and exhausted. I recently gathered with a group of moms to watch a 4 part parenting seminar for the sole purpose of getting instruction […]

Flames Vs. Jumping: Dealing With Suicide

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Fall. The time of year say “welcome” to the cooler weather, pumpkin spice, and football. Fall is the time when nature begins to shed it’s life from the previous months. Leaves fall, the green of the grass fades, and many animals begin to prepare to hide away for the next few months. It’s an expected […]

Home-school Parent Burnout

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Burnout; everyone experiences it. Merriam Webster defines burnout as “exhaustion of physical or emotional strength or motivation usually as a result of prolonged stress or frustration”. When we’ve reached the point of burnout, we will typically take a break from the stress and recharge. But for the home-school parent, experiencing burnout is more personal. What […]

Homeschool Helps: Teens and Social Media

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One of the perks of being a homeschool family is amount of time we have to work on our communication skills with one another. Homeschooling has afforded us a lot of space in which we can have meaningful conversations, and hear one another well. 3 Approaches To Social Media Communicating face to face is one […]

Your Rings, Your Story

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I love trees, especially in the hot TX summers. Mature, strong trees provide shade to cool off, strong limbs for fun & imagination, & a strong trunk for a great resting place. While much of nature takes advantage of what is seen, there is a story in that tree that we can’t see.  If you […]