A Day in the Life of an Eclectic Homeschool

Today, Vicki is giving us a peek into her home and sharing what a homeschooling day with her 5th, 4th and 2nd graders {and an 18 month old} looks like. Our homeschool is eclectic. We use a variety of curricula for our 5th, 4th, and 2nd graders. We are going through a season of change […]

Do You Feel Like You've Failed?

Today’s post comes from my friend, Stacey, she is sharing from her heart about those days when we feel defeated. Take a few minutes and let her sweet words encourage you. Not so long ago I had embarked on my first ever social media prayer group / schedule. A 21 day prayer warrior journey designed […]

5 Things Homeschooling Has Taught Me

Today’s post is from my friend, Michelle from The Holistic Homeschooler. She is a veteran homeschooling mom sharing what homeschooling has taught her. Be blessed, friends! I have been homeschooling for almost 14 years. It has been quite a journey. Books have come and gone. Methods have been tried, tossed out and replaced. Children have […]

When Your Homeschooling Day Isn't Going As Planned

Today’s post is written by my sweet friend, Heather, from Homeschooling on Faith and Coffee. It happens. It happens to me; it’ll happen to you – but don’t throw in the towel yet. It was on one of those days where we were going to do a more structured lesson (we are usually delight-directed, but […]

Attention Homeschool Moms!!

Today I’m guest posting at Fit Homeschool Mom with a very important message for all homeschool moms. Head over there now!

You Are Different: It's a Good Thing! {Guest post by Beth}

Not that we dare to classify or compare ourselves with some of those who are commending themselves. But when they measure themselves by one another and compare themselves with one another, they are without understanding.-2 Corinthians 10:12   We live in a culture of diversity.  Everything is different.  There are lots of choices when it comes to virtually […]

Waiting For Perfect {Guest Post by Rebecca}

A few days ago, a friend mentioned she had been asked (by a friend of hers) to join in the Pike’s Peak Ascent. I giggled a little and pushed her to join in the race….to run that road, to join in the journey….explaining that regardless of whether or not she succeeded….at least she tried. This […]

Letter to the 17 Year Old Me

This post was originally written as a guest post for Sealed for Redemption. I love that blog. If you have a teenage daughter, you should check it out and share it with her. It’s simply beautiful. I had a few requests to share the post on Upside Down Homeschooling too, so here it is! Enjoy! […]

Making Time- Guest Post by Jessica Rau

People often ask me, “How do you have time to get anything done?!” They seem to be impressed with all the work they imagine homeschooling requires, and tell me “Well, I could never do that.” Maybe they are thinking “Jessica is just so awesome and different than me.” I am hereby publicly announcing that, although […]

When Learning Styles Don't Mesh/Guest Post: Aurie Good

I carefully planned out our lessons for the fall.  I bought a curriculum, art supplies, and was ready to start.  Sophie was so excited to have school in our dining room.   And then…. Within a few weeks I could tell that something wasn’t clicking for her. She loved the concept of school, but not […]

Homeschool and work? Yes, you can!

This post was written by me but originally posted by my friend, Jamerrill on Holy Spirit-Led Homeschooling. The question I get asked the most when people find out that we homeschool is “How in the world do you homeschool and work?” The answer I would love to give is “God just loves me so much […]