My normal daily schedule can best be described as “Vampire Life.” Ok, that’s probably a severe exaggeration. Basically, I wake up between 8 and 10 a.m., function through my day, get the kids in bed between 8 and 10 p.m., and then spend the next 2-4 hours (give or take) working. Those are the hours that I blog, do… Read More
Archives for November 2016
Welcome to part 3 and my final post on Homeschool Co-ops. You can read about Year-Round Open Co-ops in part 1 and Subject/Curriculum Specific Co-ops in Part 2. This final type of co-op is by far the biggest and most involved co-op. There are a lot of ways I’ve seen this kind of co-op done, some successful and some not…. Read More
I really don’t like to talk about politics or religion. Neither subject nor topics within those subjects typically goes well unless you are in 100% agreement with the person or people you are talking with. And this blog is not really about politics or religion. Except. Except that this blog is about me and my family and my life. And… Read More
Despite what many people think, homeschooling is definitely NOT an alienating experience. But sometimes we get asked, or even ask ourselves, how do we get social experiences? What opportunities are out there for our kids to meet other kids, and where do we parents find other parents? The answer is simple: The Wonderful Co-op!