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With Lee in Virginia: Exciting Civil War Audio Drama

This post, With Lee in Virginia: Exciting Civil War Audio Drama, was made possible with the chance to review With Lee in Virginia from Heirloom Audio Productions as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew. Our family loves books. As the boys have grown, they have become avid readers just like me. However, there are times [Read On]

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Selecting the Best Electives in High School

It may have been years since I was in high school. However, I still recall loving the freedom I was given when selecting the best electives in high school which allowed me to pursue my interests or create a balanced ‘portfolio’ of coursework for college applications.  Some were courses that fit with college entrance requirements, [Read On]

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Add Music to Your Homeschool with a Violin Starter Set for Kids

The school year is starting up soon for most kids, including homeschoolers.  Music is one subject that some of us set aside for some later date that may or may not happen. Why not plan to incorporate music in your homeschool plans this year? While I am a huge fan of the piano, I know [Read On]

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Introducing UnLock Math, a New Homeschool Pre-Algebra Online Math Curriculum

This post, Introducing UnLock Math, a New Homeschool Pre-Algebra Online Math Curriculum, was made possible with the chance to review the UnLock Pre-Algebra from UnLock Math as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew. I will admit that I find myself a bit unique when it comes to being a homeschool mother.  Teaching math for the [Read On]

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Paying for College Even When You Forgot to Save

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #iamprotective #CollectiveBias All opinions expressed in this post on paying for college even when you forgot to save. You know that old saying “The days are long, but the years are short”?   I am starting to feel [Read On]

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Hair Care Deals Customized for You

Hair Care Deals Customized For You is a Fashionista Events sponsored post. How often do you go to a store for a sale item and realize that what you really want is not the preset bundle they are offering for the sale? No need to stress over that issue with the Mix & Match deal at Sally Beauty. [Read On]

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Trades of Hope ~ Gorgeous Items From A Company that Empowers Women

This post, Trades of Hope ~ Gorgeous Items From A Company that Empowers Women, was made possible from my friend Kristi sending me the items to review from Trades of Hope. Long time readers of this blog most likely know that I am a big supporter of helping others whenever we can.  One such method is by [Read On]

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Making Memories PhotoBook Giveaway

Summertime is in full swing.  In just a few weeks, the new school year begins.  While our family just got back from a month long RV trip to the lower 48, we are still packing in family adventures to create memories for a lifetime.  Making memories is one of my main goals as a parent [Read On]

Tungsten Wedding Band Giveaway

Tungsten Wedding Band Giveaway

Sponsored by TungstenRings.com Coordinated by Bella Savvy Looking for a stunning ring for the man in your life that will stand the test of time— but don’t want to spend a fortune? Then you’ve got to check out the Tungsten rings over at TungstenRings. One of my favorites is the 8mm Tayloright Tungsten Wedding Band [Read On]

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Preserving Memories with a Cloud Based Sharing Service for Photos and Videos

This is a Fashionista Event and a promotional item was provided to me. Hosts for this event are Still Blonde after all these Years and ModlyChic. All opinions about Preserving Memories with a Cloud Based Sharing Service for Photos and Videos are my own.    I love my digital cameras and how easy it is [Read On]

FREE Minecraft Themed Addition Worksheets Your Kids Will Love

Links to the FREE Minecraft Themed Addition Workshheets are affiliate links with educents. Do your kids love Minecraft? Do any of those Minecraft loving kids need some encouragement to practice math? How about a quick addition refresher before going back to school? Download Multi Taskin’ Mom’s FREE Minecraft Themed Addition Worksheets. These fun math worksheets include [Read On]

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20 Back to School Movie Suggestions

August is almost here and that means the back to school season is here.  Just a few more weeks until things start full swing with school both in the community and in our homeschool. So, it is the perfect time to watch a show or two that is set in or around a school. Hope [Read On]

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How I Am Staying Active with an Eye on Bone and Joint Health

This shop, Staying Active with an Eye on Bone and Joint Health, has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone and should not be taken as medical advice. #Caltrate3in1 #CollectiveBias Even as a young adult, I have had an eye towards a healthy lifestyle.  A family history of [Read On]

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Implement a Hands-On Approach to World History

This post, Implement a Hands-On Approach to World History, was made possible with the chance to review the Project Passport World History Study: The Middle Ages from Home School in the Woods as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew. When you think back to history classes as a student, what do you remember?  For me, [Read On]

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Chicken Taco Soup – All from your food storage!

Many thanks to our special guest contributor, Bonnie R Paulson!   It’s not secret I’m big into survival. I have the food storage, the bug out equipment, the water canteens – everything you need to make it out there or just stay in. I’ve been learning about this for over fifteen years now and the [Read On]

5 Simple Photography Tips to Bring a Blog Post to Life

5 Simple Photography Tips for Blogging

There is a saying: “A picture is worth a thousand words.” This is so true as it reminds us that we are visual creatures by nature. Within a photo, there is the potential to capture so much more than can be easily said in a a small handful of words. Add to that fact our [Read On]

Setting Up the School Year in Homeschool Planet

Homeschool Planet is an Amazing Online Homeschool Planner

This post, Homeschool Planet is an Amazing Online Homeschool Planner, was made possible with the chance to review the Homeschool Planet from Homeschool Buyers Co-op as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew.  The need to organize our lives is present regardless of what calling we are answering. Homeschooling presents a unique need to not only [Read On]

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A Lovely Lunch at The English Tea Room

Recently, I had the pleasure of spending a day with my sister and niece. We elected to have an early lunch at The English Tea Room in Covington, Louisiana. Both inside and out there are memorabilia that evoke the feel of visiting England.  The plantings are lush with trees providing lots of shade and shadows.  There [Read On]

July 2015 PayPal Vacation Giveaway Open Worldwide ends July 31 $75

$75 Paypal Giveaway to Help Fund a Staycation or Vacation

Summer is in full swing. Kids are out of school and families are often taking vacations, whether near or far. However, vacations can easily become a financial drain. With that in mind, Day by Day in Our World is partnering with other bloggers to offer a $75 Paypal giveaway to help one lucky winner partially [Read On]

Worth of Souls Book Series by Bonnie R Paulson

Bonnie R Paulson Worth of Souls Series on Tour

Check out the Book Trailer. Bonnie R Paulson plays the mother!! Cost of Survival, Book #1 Anger isn’t an emotion anymore, it’s more of a survival mode I can’t afford to let go. My dad predicted World War III would happen in his life, but he died two years before… with my brother… …before Mom [Read On]