Blog: Leadership and Meekness

Leadership – Meekness This Post Contains Affiliate links Leadership is a topic that has fascinated me. I’d like to discuss how meekness makes a truly inspiring leader. I was inspired to ponder this topic because Jodi recently gave a talk in church about meekness and during her preparation she recommended that I listen to a…

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Blog: Customs That Serve Your Family

The kids and I are listening to “The Secret Garden” right now via LibriVox. Mary grows up in India being catered to, hand and foot by her Ayah who did everything for her. When Mary was left alone and sent to live in England at ten years old, she learned that she would not always…

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Blog: 30 Days of Coping Strategies

As parents, doesn’t it seems like every day presents itself with some reason to use some coping strategy? Dr. Shefali Tsabari has said, “You have to see the beauty of what your children are doing for you. They’re here to lambast your ego into smithereens.” Just today — the day I’m writing this — I…

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Blog: A Guide to Your Family Meetings

Lately, on Instagram, I have been focusing on how we hold regular family meetings! I am super excited to share with you this concept because our family meetings have seriously enriched our family culture! There are many great reasons to hold family meetings. Among those reasons are these: Unity: you have to come together for…

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Blog: 10 Crucial Homeschool Authors

This post contains affiliate links While I have read many books from these authors, many are yet on my list to read. I want to explore more about each of these authors, and get your feedback about how their books have inspired the education in your home. I’m sure I have missed some, but these…

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