Winter Homeschooling

My home educator peeps know what’s up when I say Winter homeschooling is vastly different than the other Seasons. There’s always a point where it feels like Winter will never end, that you’ll be trapped inside forever, and cabin fever will take absolute hold. If you live in The Great White North, Winter can feel…

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Wheel Of The Year

I thought I’d sit down and bang out a quick post about the last decade. I thought it would be easy. As I started reflecting on the last ten years I began to ask myself a lot of questions. One that’s really rolling around in my mind is what success really means to me? What…

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Books on Our Shelf For National Family Literacy Day

If you know me, you know I love reading. All kinds of reading too, whether it be poems, short stories, blogs, novels, graphic novels, comics, or magazines! I love stories, but I also love information. I’m definitely the type to (accidentally) get stuck in a Wikipedia spiral for an hour just reading up on cases…

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Gift Guide: The Green One

Something They Want *Pure Anada’s Zero-Waste Maven gift set is a great starting point for anyone who wants to start the new year on the right foot! We, personally use beeswax wraps, mason jars, reusable straws, and that BNTO mason jar insert in our own kitchen, so I love this set! Someone get it and…

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Gift Guide: The Jenzie One

Something They Want Kid won’t stop doggin’ me man! (“Sebastian”: She’s The Man voice…) He’s dying for an RC car and this one’s perfect for him because we have loads of Playmobil characters to ride around in it, and they make pretty durable toys so it should last him awhile! (Playmobil Action RC Turbo Racer…

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Fire Prevention Week

October 6th kicks of Fire Prevention Week. Children across the country will not only be learning about how to help prevent fires but also what to do if there is one. This is an important safety step whether you homeschool or your kids go to a brick&mortar school. Learning it briefly at school isn’t enough.…

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On Environmentalism

What kills me is the “but we need this and you use that people” Yes, we currently rely on fossil fuels for many things. Yes, there may always be instances where we will need them. There are things that will be harder to change, medical equipment for example, BUT humans are innovative. Why make excuses?…

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F Your “Mom Guilt”

Everyday a new article pops into my feed telling me what I should be feeling guilty about. Every. Single. Day. I get how this started. A mom needed to write out her feelings. I’ve been there, I get it. She put it out there so that other moms who were feeling that guilt could feel…

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Well.ca Ambassador

When O was tiny I started researching cloth diapers but I didn’t start using them until E was born. The thought of two babies going through disposables at the same time was daunting. All of that waste. All of the money! I had my usual stipulations when I start a search. Can I find a…

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Summer 2019 Wrap-Up

We’re days away from September. SEPTEMBER! How did we even get here? This Summer was a whirlwind. Some parts seemed to drag on forever but overall it went super quick. This Summer was also A LOT, so I’m actually pretty stoked to get back into our school year schedule. I may not get the “peace”…

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