Motivate Your Child Action Plan


This year I have reviewed several great parenting resources. First, The Family Tool Box (which you can get here) and then Motivate Your Child (which you can get here), both written by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller at the National Center for Biblical Parenting. Well, they have added another wonderful resource which I was also able to […]

If You Got To Write Your Own Eulogy Would it Change the Way You Live?


I know, kinda morbid, right? Not many people like to think about their death, but a eulogy isn’t really about death. It’s about life. It’s a tribute to the kind of person you were and the things you accomplished. It’s about the memories people have of you and the impact you’ve made on them. So […]

7 Tips for Choosing Homeschool Curriculum


There is a dizzying array of homeschool curriculum available these days as teaching your children from home has continued to grow and gain popularity over the last several decades. Whether you are a brand new homeschooler or have been at this for some time, it can be really daunting trying to navigate the curriculum fairs, websites […]

A Review of Once-A-Week Unit Studies by Homeschool Legacy


I really love using unit studies in our homeschool. I love having all of us learning the same material at the same time, and I love taking one single topic and using it to teach many different skills (reading, writing, history, science, art). This approach just makes good sense to me. It’s a natural way […]

My Love Language Was Hurting My Kids and Burning Me Out!


Do you know much about love languages? We all have them. They are the way in which we prefer to have love communicated to us from others and the way we communicate our love to others. There are 5 of them: Words of Affirmation, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, Quality Time, and Physical Touch. We […]