Making Plans, Making Memories

The modern-day problem, I am convinced, with embarking on any new craft or would-be obsession, is the ability to see what other people are doing via the internet. With everyone else living their best life online, it’s easy to say, “Forget it.” It happened when I started Bible journaling; it happened when I re-started gardening; […]

Updated: Our Homeschool Year in a Bullet Journal

When I originally posted my thoughts about the conversion from a traditional school planner into a homeschool bullet journal, my confession was that I didn’t know how I would actually go about that conversion. So, with about 2-3 weeks left before we begin school again, I now have a bit more of a plan. Since […]

Planning for 8th Grade: A Day to Discover

Spring has sprung, and with approximately 9-10 weeks of school left, I am beginning that annual season of planning, and the official beginning of my season of homeschooling one. When you have homeschooled a minute, picking out “nuggets,” as I like to call them, amongst all the conferences, magazines, and blogs you have read can […]

5 Summer Seeds to Reap in the Fall

So, what does a woman do after lamenting that she hasn’t used her time well?   She makes plans. I’ve done a number of things in the last week, and I’m in a much better place than when I last wrote.   One of those items is to begin planning our homeschool year. I love planning.   I […]