Reflecting on a year of pandemic homeschooling

We’re a month into summer vacation and I’m starting to getting nostalgic for the year behind us and excited for the year ahead. What better time to share some of our highlights from the past year. What started out as a last minute fix to the problem of “I don’t want my sixth grade toContinue reading “Reflecting on a year of pandemic homeschooling”

READ: Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade

Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade Published Oct 2020 416 pages Read this if you love: fanfic, steamy open door romances, cosplay, chick lit with heavier undertones I have mixed opinions on this book so bear with me while I try to explain myself. I found the overall plot of the story super intriguing. It’s gotContinue reading “READ: Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade”

Day book | July 7, 2021

That’s right, I just disappear for months at a time, galavanting around who knows where, and then show up and write a copy and paste tag style entry without so much as a how do you do. #sorrynotsorry Outside my window it’s cooler than yesterday and threatening to rain. We’ve been doing that rotation ofContinue reading “Day book | July 7, 2021”

7 Things Saving My Life Right Now.

Apparently February 1st is the halfway point through winter and a typical time for the winter doldrums to hit. Anne @ Modern Mrs. Darcy has an annual tradition to combat this winter sadness, by sharing a list of things big and small that are “saving her life right now” – taking a moment to focusContinue reading “7 Things Saving My Life Right Now.”

What We Read and Learned in January.

Can you believe it will be February tomorrow! I thought I’d take a moment to share what we’ve been doing in homeschool this month. For those who aren’t familiar, my sixth grader and I started our first year of homeschooling this year – we started because of the pandemic, but we’re enjoying it so muchContinue reading “What We Read and Learned in January.”

MY WORD FOR THE YEAR: BLOOM

Truthfully, I find the whole “word of the year” thing a little hokey. New Years Resolutions are made to be broken – a whole year is too long to commit to in normal times, nevermind in the middle of a never-ending pandemic. I’m going to change 800 times between now and next December, as willContinue reading “MY WORD FOR THE YEAR: BLOOM”