Setting Fitness Goals and Staying Accountable – part of the Summer Wellness Series from iHomeschool Network

setting fitness goals

When I’m exercising, I need a plan. I love having actionable tasks like ‘arm exercises’ or ‘run three miles today’ to cross off of my list. I’ve even been known to compete with friends of mine to keep myself motivated. Fitness goals need to be high enough to challenge you, but not unattainable. Plus, how […]

Finding Fitness Methods that Work for YOU – part of the Summer Wellness Series from the iHomeschool Network

finding fitness methods that work for you

When talking about fitness, it’s different strokes for different folks. I’m a runner, but know loads of friends hate running. I know people who love Pilates, Crossfit, yoga classes, swimming, cycling, tennis and more. How do you choose a fitness method that works for you? On Thursday, as part of the special iHomeschool Network Summer […]

Earning College Credit while Homeschooling High School

Earning College Credit while Homeschooling High School

Believe it or not, I’ve got a daughter in college. No joke. She took a traditional approach to public school and is now working and attending a local community college. When I look ahead to teaching the Kennedy Kaboodle, I want our high school years to do double duty. It’s possible for homeschool high school […]

Rachel’s Look at Homeschooling

Rachel has loved photography since she was barely big enough to hold a camera. I’m still trying to find the camera cord to pull Rachel’s pictures from the past month off of her camera, but for now, you can get a sneak peek at some of her video work. She and her brothers caught a […]

Juggling Homeschooling with a Newborn and a Crazy Toddler – the Behind the Scenes Look

Homeschooling mothers have to field lots of questions – everything from choosing a curriculum to tips on homeschooling while pregnant. Even though I’ve navigated the waters of homeschooling with a baby before, I’m in uncharted territory now. I’m trying to manage homeschooling with a newborn, along with a crazy toddler. Today, I’ll give you a […]

Homeschooling Special Needs Students

Homeschooling Special Needs Students

Do you have a special needs child at home? Ever wonder about homeschooling? Can you homeschool your special needs student? Should you? How do you make it work? On Thursday, as part of the weekly iHomeschool Network’s iHomeschool Hangout series, we’re going to be discussing Homeschooling Special Needs Students. You’ll hear from our experienced panel […]

How Do You Work AND Homeschool?

working and homeschooling

Since I’m a working mother, many people ask me, ‘How do you work AND homeschool?’ This week, I’ll be sharing some of my tips and tricks. On Thursday, as part of the weekly iHomeschool Network’s iHomeschool Hangout series, we’re going to be discussing How Do You Work AND Homeschool? I’ll be leading the panel, along […]