If you’re bored from practicing social distancing and already went through all your board games and books, or just want something new to help pass the time with your family, I have a list of great boredom busters that will help entertain the whole family while being quarantined. This post
Have you found yourself suddenly working from home? Things are crazy right now with the global pandemic we have found ourselves in, and many people are losing (temporarily) their jobs. If you’re one of the lucky ones that get to work from home, it may seem wonderful or maybe daunting.
With the global pandemic we are all facing right now, so many places have sold out of toilet paper. It’s insane really. I mean a pandemic happens, we need to self-quarantine ourselves and the first thing sold out at every store that sells it is… toilet paper! So alternatives for
The process of transitioning to college is often difficult for every student. You are suddenly introduced to thousands of new faces, classes, and, often, a new living situation. If you are a previously homeschooled student, the following is a guide for homeschool students who are transitioning to college. How to
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Parents try to plan many conversations with their kids ahead of time. You might worry about how to tell them about bullying or puberty, and it’s hard to decide when the time is right to bring up tough topics. You don’t want your child to be so young that they don’t
I made this Mediterranean inspired Red Pepper Tarts this past December but got busy and just now sharing it with y’all. Okay, I’m not a huge olive fan and I made these tarts just for my husband. But, surprisingly, I really liked them myself. I did put fewer olives on