Posts in Homschool Musings
Mental Health Days for Homeschoolers

​My friend Jeanne has a post, The Field Trip Not Taken, to which I could definitely relate:

Sometimes, in homeschooling, too much of a good thing is not a good thing. I tend to be a go-er and a do-er, and contrary to the vision of homeschooling that is so pervasive but so mistaken, homeschoolers aren’t necessarily home all that much.
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Seeing Video Games as a Passion not an Obsession

My homeschooling journey has continuously given me many opportunities to shift how I view   things related to learning. One of the bigger shifts has been that of seeing Jason's huge interest in video gaming as an "obsession" to instead seeing it as a "passion."​

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The Right Side of Normal

​As most folks who read my blog know, right-brained learning is a topic I talk a fair amount about. Mainly because understanding right-brained learners has made a huge difference in how I approach homeschooling my boys. I was first pointed in the direction of this learning style by my dear friend and mentor Cindy Gaddis. I can not tell you how much her knowledge and friendship has helped me over the years. 

Needless to say, I am incredibly thrilled that her book on right-brained learners, The Right Side of Normal, has been published and is available for purchase! This has truly been a labor of love for Cindy and I am so excited that she is able to share her knowledge and passion with the rest of the world.

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