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Why I Don’t Take Every Freebie Anymore

Who doesn’t love a freebie? I used to happily download every freebie I could, but you know what? I wound up with a computer full of stuff I never used. This makes me feel bad, because I feel like I wasted that individual’s time and internet bandwidth. After all – it is not really “free,” […]

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Q & A with Amy Azevedo | The Working Homeschooler

One of the things I love most about publishing Learning Tangent is that I get to meet (virtually in most cases) the most amazing moms. They’re from all walks of life, stay at home, work at home (or outside the home), religious and not religious, from a variety of regions, and a variety of personalities. […]

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Favorite Homeschool Articles of 2016

If 2016 was anything, it was a challenge. A challenge getting any work done around here, whether it was school, magazine, or music. And that’s not even counting the housework… One thing I have learned is that no matter how well-planned (or not) your day is, there has to be some flexibility to take the […]

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My Disorganized Path to Homeschool Success by Tavia Fuller Armstrong

Sharing her journey from public school to homeschool in The Unplanned Homeschooler: My Disorganized Path to Homeschooling Success Tavia again gives inspiration to those of us (myself included) who aren’t the best at executing plans, but desperately want to homeschool successfully.

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7 Tips to Get Back Into the Homeschool Routine

We know how it goes, the holidays hit and everyone is slammed. From November to December (and during the summer), school routines are interrupted, kids get out of the habit and then struggle when it’s time to get back to work. Here are our best tips to get things going again with a solid homeschool […]