Internet meme and stereotype culture has met up with the popular fascination with personality types. Introverts, extroverts, ambiverts…there’s sure to be a meme with your name on it! While many of these make me laugh, there are a few myths about my fellow extrovert mamas that I think need to be addressed. Plus, a Homeschool Extrovert Mom Party: and you're invited!
More than 75 beautiful books for children celebrating the lives, achievements, and impact of African Americans in our country. Perfect for observing Black History Month, but also essential reading for any month!
The best books I loved, books that surprised me, a book that gave me a hangover, a book that disappointed me, and an author that has quickly become a new favorite! This is a booklist you won't want to miss.
What if there were some simple ways to bring joy to the New Year? What if we didn’t try to change the whole world (or the whole year) in 2019… What if we just choose to do one simple thing today to bring joy to our own lives and the lives of our neighbors…
The epitome of southern comfort food. A hug in a 9x13 pan. Mama's Famous Southern Cornbread Dressing- a secret family recipe, shared with you!
What do you typically associate with walking “according to the flesh”? Do you primarily think of external sin and temptation? Fleshly desires? Bad theology? Morally corrupt allurements? Sins that “other people” commit? How might you be thinking according to the flesh in your daily life?
Want to have your own and your children's hearts filled with poetry, but you're not sure where to start? There are the 12 poems I think everyone - child and adult - should know by heart!
On His Blindness, by John Milton, is an exquisite sonnet that speaks patience and hope on the days we're anxiously desperate to please God through our works.
What if you asked a Dad and a Mom the same series of questions about their homeschooling? Would their perspectives be similar or different? And what do they wish they'd known before they started?
Don’t know much about math? It’s not too late to explore this subject in new ways as you pursue your own life-long learning as an adult!