• Homeschooling,  Parenting,  Uncategorized

    My first podcast interview

    I am still learning the ropes on all things blog and social media as I begin to try to document more of this journey I call my life. I have been learning so many things along the way about parenting, homeschooling, and physical/spiritual/emotional health; so it only makes sense that I share what I’ve learned like others who have gone before me. With that being said, I was a little nervous to actually be interviewed for a podcast. I’m sure glad I did though! It was a really neat experience, and I’d love to do more with podcasts and videos in the future. Achieving Veteran Status I suppose having three…

  • Health,  Uncategorized

    My Healing from Autoimmune Disease

    When I fell ill, I searched high and low for answers to the puzzle that is autoimmune. I saw doctors, researched, and prayed a lot! My degree is not in science, and I am not a medical doctor, but through much experimentation and study, and with God’s grace and healing power my health was reclaimed! So, take what I’ve learned and glean from my experience as you wish. These are the steps I took to healing, and this is what I found worked to bring me to back. Each one of us are unique and our body’s makeup are all different so there is so much individuality to our paths…

  • Health,  Uncategorized

    How to Prevent Dry Skin in the Winter

    What can I do to keep my skin from getting so dry? It’s the time of year for dry skin problems.  Cold and dry winds outside, stoves and heaters running indoors, and continual hand washing to avoid all the winter germs can all be so irritating to our skin. No one likes the feeling of dry and itchy skin, but what can we to do avoid it? Is slathering ourselves with lotion the only solution? There actually are things you can do to promote healthy, smooth skin in the winter! So, take heart. You are not doomed to suffer with annoying dryness for months on end. You can implement some…

  • Homeschooling,  Parenting,  Uncategorized

    What a homeschool day looks like at our house

    Homeschooling- Dream vs Reality Homeschooling and the culture of my home now is so different from what I imagined it would be. The whole journey from the first year until what is now my 18th year has been an ever changing, always evolving home culture to fit our needs at the time. When my first three were little, I had certain goals. As our family grew and as the first few kids got older, we have adapted and changed, and my goals as their main teacher have morphed. Let me take you through our family’s progression as we went from homeschooling three children, to six children. What I wanted a…