You may not expect a supernatural novelist, game developer, composer, and self-described jack-of-all-trades to be able to teach anything about marketing, more specifically e-book marketing. Guido ... Read More about Weekend Read: Zen of eBook Marketing
It’s spring. It’s tornado season.
“At least we don’t have earthquake seasons.” My response when someone next to me said, “I couldn’t live in earthquake areas.” I was referring to tornado seasons during the spring each year in the ... Read More about It’s spring. It’s tornado season.
#MomFail Culture. Not!
You're late getting to church -- again. After service, a kind and wise elder lady gives you advice how to get your family in order, while your children run through the hallway. You hear, "Honey, it's ... Read More about #MomFail Culture. Not!
7 Easy Steps for Blog Images
I hate using images in social media and my blog posts. Well, maybe “hate” is a little strong. “Experts” tell me I need an image with every blog post, every social media post, every e-mail I write. ... Read More about 7 Easy Steps for Blog Images
Review: Color the Cats Coloring Book
I don’t really understand the adult coloring book craze. Many I’ve looked at appear to be a preschooler’s scribbles or a teen’s doodles. I can doodle and scribble on my own, and I do. When I saw ... Read More about Review: Color the Cats Coloring Book
Flood Awareness: Is your family ready?
Families were ready for the Memorial Day 2015. The National Weather Service had predicted rain and thunderstorms for the weekend. Saturday morning opened up with sunshine and few clouds. ... Read More about Flood Awareness: Is your family ready?
Little Ones in Church
“Welcome to our church. The children’s program is down the hall. Mr. Smith will be happy to guide your children,” the greeter said. “Good morning,” my husband responded, “thank you, but our children ... Read More about Little Ones in Church
High School at Home: Help is here
Like the socialization question, some doubts about homeschooling continue in spite of the evidence that they are false fears. One such doubt is high school at home. Four decades of homeschooled ... Read More about High School at Home: Help is here
Homeschool Graduation and Parents
For homeschoolers, a more exciting sign of spring than blooming flowers, warmer sunshine, and the arrival of daylight saving time is graduation planning. Our minds fill with so many thoughts from the ... Read More about Homeschool Graduation and Parents
Teaching Journalism at Home
When you think of journalism, you probably have some set ideas of what it is and why you can’t teach it as a homeschool class. Perhaps you think journalists must write for a student newspaper in ... Read More about Teaching Journalism at Home