6 Ways to Change Your Mind and Your (Homeschool) World

Our pastor once preached a series of messages from a central theme: If you can change your mind, you can change your world. The sermons were rich, packed with thought-provoking and life-changing ideas. Yet, the premise was simple. So much of the gap between mediocrity and success—in any aspect of our lives—is a result of […]

Helping Your Children Answer the “Normal” Homeschooling Questions

It occurs to me, especially now with older children who are increasingly away from mom and dad, that a bit of education is needed to prepare our children for those who make automatic assumptions about them once our educational choice becomes a part of the conversation. Homeschooling no longer exists under the hide-your-children-inside-until-after-school-hours paradigm where […]

5 Steps Toward a Homeschool Plan that Works

  If you have ever worked with or even seen a builder, you know the importance of a plan.   The written plan is the point of communication between all parties regarding what results are expected.   The plan is a roadmap.   The plan lends focus when life begins to unravel.    Finally, the plan can be used […]

2013/2014 Homeschool Finishing Touches

As July whizzes by, the month of August and all of its associated activity seems to be approaching like a slow-moving, but certain hurricane.   At times I stop to think about all that needs to be done within a month and I am quickly consumed by my inabilities.   Then I remember that Ephesians 3:20 and […]


Me! Though my primary blog, to date, is http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/bbullard, I have been praying and flirting with the idea of having a WordPress blog for well over a year now. I cannot deny that since Word 2007 will “automatically” post to WordPress with a few clicks of a button, this seems like a natural step in […]