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Homeschool Moms: Why You Need the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

 

As busy homeschool moms, we all have a lot of roles to juggle. There are basic needs to be met, like cooking and cleaning, while also educating our children and finding time to grow our faith, our marriages, and ourselves.  Could you use a little encouragement and inspiration for all of those important things in your life?  The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle was designed with you in mind!

If you’re looking for spiritual enrichment, it’s in there.

If you’re looking for quick and easy meals to feed the family, it’s in there.

If you’re looking for ways to strengthen your marriage relationship, it’s in there.

If you’re looking for homeschool planners or blog planners, it’s in there.

If you’re looking for healthy and green living ideas, it’s in there.

If you’re looking for parenting helps, it’s in there.

For the most part, these are all books written by moms just like you.  These authors are “in the trenches” too and understand your needs right now.  Many of these books are like sitting down with a good friend and sharing ideas to make life easier, more fulfilling, and better overall.  It’s a chance to do something for YOU, just in time for Mother’s Day.  These are just a sampling of what’s included . . .

There are just 24 hours left to get this great bundle of books so don’t miss out!

After that, you would have to buy all the resources individually, totaling almost $700.  These are all great stand-alone resources, but if you’re like me, $29.97 ($39.97 for Kindle) is much more in keeping with the budget.

Order before midnight on Monday, April 28th, to get the savings, as well as some awesome bonuses from Dayspring, Redeeming Beauty Minerals, Once a Month Meals, and more!

To read all the details of what is included and the FAQ, visit The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle website.


 

Sara (25 Posts)

I'm a reader, writer, dreamer, wife, and homeschooling mom of 3 girls. We take a relaxed, eclectic, Charlotte Mason-leaning, Montessori-ish, literature-rich, delight-directed, almost unschooling-at-times approach to learning. Lots of unit studies, field trips, and lapbooks, too. I like to blog about our learning adventures (plus faith and encouragement) at Embracing Destiny.


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Homeschooling Simplified

Homeschooling Simplified

A few months ago, I was feeling completely overwhelmed.  Sammy had just been in the hospital for 4 days, the house was exploding, and I felt like my homeschool schedule was running away from me!  I decided to cut out all of the extras from our homeschool schedule and just focus on the basics.  This was a tough decision because Sammy LOVES all of the extra fun.

However, I decided to do this and get through the holidays and use my “extra” time to focus on all of the other things I needed to finish!  We simplified to math, reading, science, spelling, and handwriting.  Sammy loved that he could be finished with his school day so early.

Sammy used our time to learn new skills like vacuuming, emptying the dishwasher, and entertaining himself.  All of which are great life skills that I suspect his wife will thank me for someday *winks*.

Vacuuming

What I found was that Sammy was learning just as much, if not more, with the simplified schedule.  He was bringing me non-fiction books to read to him.  He was reading as much of a book as he was capable of, just for fun!  He was pulling out his snap circuits and building with those and listening intently to my husband’s instruction!  Sammy was embracing homeschooling and thriving even though I had “simplified” to only a few core subjects.

After making it through the holidays and getting school started back up for the year, I have added a few things back to our schedule.  But, I am embracing the homeschooling simplified schedule and allowing Sammy to show an interest in an area so we can dig a little deeper.

Are you feeling overwhelmed and needing a break?  I would encourage you to take a break and focus just on the core subjects and see where your child’s interests are!

Lindsay BytesOfMemory (7 Posts)

Christian, wife, mom, knitter, reader, and wearer of many hats (literal and figurative). I am also a computer geek, homeschool mom, sock sorter, and a blogger. I like coffee, tea, chocolate, Mexican food (not together), and lists!


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A New Year, A New Plan

A New Year, A New Plan
I love it when New Year’s comes around.

Always a chance to plan and refocus, a lot like I do in September, after the summer is over.

I do a lot more life planning, as opposed to school planning, come January first.

  • Menu Planning- I really like having at least a loose plan for meals. I don’t shop to my recipes, but I have a few tried and true favorites always ready.
  • Workout Planning- I know. We ALL plan to workout every January. I have been researching Crossfit at home and it is totally something I can fit into my day.
  • Blog Planning- My blog goes so much smoother when I have a plan and direction.

I don’t forget, though, that my plan isn’t always His plan.
I don’t get so attached to mine that I don’t make room for His.
It’s no fun fighting it and trying to be a control freak. Ask me how I know this.

Do you use the New Year as a chance to plan and refocus at home?
What are some things that work for you?

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Katey K (14 Posts)

Mama Kautz is a self proclaimed Jesus Freak. She drinks her coffee iced, even in winter. She is a Patriot who writes about her homesteading and prepping journey, with teens, and a touch of their homeschool lifestyle. Married to The Principal, they live on 5 acres in North Idaho where she enjoys the simple life and watching her chickens.


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