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Part 1: How You Can Fearlessly Homeschool High School

Part 1: How You Can Fearlessly Homeschool High School

Can you homeschool your teenager?   Should you even try to homeschool high school?   What about just starting in high school?   The short answer to these questions is yes! Yes, you can homeschool your teenager and you should. You can start in highschool 

Effortless Self Care Ideas for Homeschool Moms

Effortless Self Care Ideas for Homeschool Moms

Self care.   An elusive concept in the mommy years.   So much of what we do is for others, and we love it.   When your baby takes her first steps or your 4 year old learns how to read or your 11 year 

Homestead Chores and Kids

Homestead Chores and Kids

In today’s episode we talk about chores on the homestead.   While we dive into the animal chores specifically, we also talk about how homestead chores for kids can build character and other ways farm chores can be valuable for our kids.   Listen to 

Gift Ideas for Your Homesteading Child

Gift Ideas for Your Homesteading Child

The holidays are here!   While part of my blog’s purpose is to teach you how to homestead on the cheap, sometimes we do need to spend some money. The holidays (and birthdays) are the perfect time to splurge on some must needed items, while 

A Homeschool Holiday Gift Guide

A Homeschool Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are upon us, so I thought it might be nice to write a Homeschool Holiday Gift Guide. I have included several gift giving guides here, so I hope you can find what you’re looking for!   A lot of these are actual products 

3 Must Have Homestead Supplies for Winter

3 Must Have Homestead Supplies for Winter

It’s November in Nebraska, which means you don’t know what the weather is going to do!   Last week we had snow and temps in the teens and this week we’re in the mid 70’s.   Some years on Thanksgiving I’ve been in snowstorms, and 

Day in the Life Vlog of a Homeschooling, Homesteading Family

Day in the Life Vlog of a Homeschooling, Homesteading Family

I don’t know about you, but I love watching “day in the life” vlogs. It’s fun getting a sneak peek into someone else’s life, how they do things, what they eat, how they interact with their family members.   I thought you might like to 

Why Deschooling is a Critical Start to Your Homeschool Journey

Why Deschooling is a Critical Start to Your Homeschool Journey

You’ve decided to homeschool.   Feeling strong in your decision, you Google “homeschool curriculum” and watch as the thousands of options scroll before your eyes. Overwhelmed, you find some Facebook groups and start asking questions.   This new journey you’re on feels so right, yet 

Morning Farm Chores with Love

Morning Farm Chores with Love

She puts on her coat, the favorite one that mom tells her not to wear. Her boots with yesterday’s mud go on next, then gloves. She doesn’t like the heavy ones that keep her hands warm. It’s too hard to work in those. But below 

Simple Cold Brew Coffee Hack For Frugal Moms

Simple Cold Brew Coffee Hack For Frugal Moms

Coffee.   It’s my favorite thing.   The warm, inviting smell that wafts through your senses and wraps you up in a hug. I could drink coffee all day.   Coffee is like a friend that never lets you down and you can just sit