The flexibility of homeschooling lets Clarissa and Jesse Kuhns infuse their Catholic Faith deeply in all they do, balancing business, life, and family.Read More »
Yes, My Kids Drive Me Crazy Too! But I Love Homeschooling.
by Malia Lewis | From the moment, I say I'm homeschooling, I am met typically with either excitement or amazement.Read More »
6 Steps to Survival: How to Outsmart Your Kids… and Defend Your Dessert!
by Kerry Costanzo | Let's face it. In this kids-eat-your-treats-and-break-your-things world, it's every mom for herself. How many of you moms out there have faced this scenario: It's 11 PM at the end of another homeschooling day.Read More »
Don’t Just Do Something, Stand There!
Stillness is a thing which it seems harder and harder to find. The constant barrage of information that comes to us now is seemingly more confusing than ever. Years ago, I remember seeing pictures of Times Square, with its multiple electronic screens flashing messages to passersby, and I thought it would be a rather disorienting place to be.Read More »
6 Tips to Surviving Christmas
Sometimes it seems like the work for Mom is never ending in our large Catholic families. By Thanksgiving, the first quarter assignments have been completed and the homeschooling is clipping along nicely. Then Bang! Along comes the Christmas season, doubling the work load but halving the class time! It’s more than a little discouraging!Read More »
7 Ideas for a More Meaningful Advent
The weather is changing and the holiday season is upon us. Decorations have been up in stores for weeks, a bright mishmash of Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas displays to entice the consumer to buy, buy, buy. It’s so easy to get caught up in the hoopla and the craziness and lose the true meaning of what we are celebrating.Read More »
New Beginnings: The Reflections of One Homeschooling Mother
by Kerry Costanzo | Homeschooling is not easy. It can be really hard. For me, it is often really, really hard. Yet, it is the right things to do in life that can sometimes be the hardest. Homeschooling can be a cross, yet as we Catholics know, it is only in picking up and carrying our crosses that we can hope to follow Our Lord to Heaven.Read More »