Month: April 2017

Uniquely Fed: An Honest Look at the Realities of Breastfeeding, Part Two – Common Breastfeeding Issues

In the second part of Uniquely Fed, I take a look at the 5 most common breastfeeding issues and provide helpful information on how to solve them.

Homeschooling in the 50 States…and Beyond! Maryland, Virginia, Hawaii, and Italy

Homeschooling in the 50 States…and Beyond! Maryland, Virginia, Hawaii, and Italy

In this brand-new homeschooling series, join me as I speak with homeschoolers from each of the 50 states (and beyond) about their experiences. Learn how state requirements affected their experience and the things they liked and disliked about homeschooling in their particular state. In this post, hear from Mindy, a military wife who has homeschooled in Maryland, Virginia, Hawaii, and even Italy!

Uniquely Fed: An Honest Look at the Realities of Breastfeeding, Part One – My Journey

In this series, I am taking an honest look at the realities of breastfeeding. In Part One, I begin by sharing my personal breastfeeding experience and how I am handling the disappointment of not being able to meet my breastfeeding goals.

Being Thankful When Life Goes Wrong

How being thankful impacts my outlook when life isn’t going exactly as I planned.

My First Guest Post – 6 Tips to Organize Your Homeschool

My guest blog post on Simple Healthy Mom that features 6 Easy Ways to keep all areas of your homeschool organized – from physical supplies to curricula and ideas.

To the Mom Recovering from a Rough Day

How to deal with your kids when they have a major meltdown and you’re at the end of your rope.

Finding the Joy in the Small Tasks

How I’m learning to juggle raising two kids, homeschooling, and housework while finding joy in accomplishing the small tasks