Relentless Learning

A while back I worked on writing a book. A book that I had looked for in bookstores and on Amazon, but could not find. I wanted to write a series of answers to questions and concerns voiced by loved ones and nosy ones regarding homeschooling. But I also wanted to bridge a gap between […]

Healthy and well in my soul

We’ve been homeschooling “officially” for five years now. And this year I experienced burn out in a way that I never had before. It seemed to go on and on; and my thoughts of sending the kids to public school crossed my mind often as I felt tired and sick more than I have felt well. […]

our value

As an excited young homeschooling mother years ago I wondered about reading, more specifically, when to begin reading instruction. So I ordered the big box of school that came in the mail and when kindergarten arrived we began to learn reading on day 1. What I didn’t know then that I know now is that we […]

Homeschool concerns? Ask Ruth Beechick anything…

And that’s just what Debbie Strayer did. Ruth Beechick has been a teacher since 1977 when she finished her master’s degree in special education, and a homeschooler since 1988 when her son became a kindergartner. She is a highly respected author and speaker in the world of homeschooling and I obtained a book-long interview in where she […]