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Dispelling Homeschooling Myths

We were avoiding the summer heat at the local mall last year, when an older woman walked up to us and asked why the kids weren’t in school. I told her, with a grin, that we homeschool, and enjoy finding new ways to get our work done while not melting in the heat.

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The “California Torture House” – Why More Regulation Isn’t the Answer

In the wake of the couple (David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin) found to have been keeping their 13 children captive in their Perris, California home, we hear cries for more regulation of homeschoolers. I however, don’t believe that more regulation will keep things like this from happening. More regulations force rules upon honest […]

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New Year’s Resolutions Even I Can Keep

A non-homeschooling friend of mine mentioned a New Year’s Resolution she was making – something about making time for herself. I’m not sure what that idea even is anymore! I thought it sounded like fun, but I have never been big on new year’s resolutions. Frankly, if I can’t do it the rest of the […]