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Homeschool & ADHD

I am no expert. I have no training, certification, or degrees relating to homeschool & ADHD. This is not an article for how to successfully homeschool your child with ADHD. I am not qualified to provide such advice to anyone looking for help. This is about my child with ADHD and what homeschool looks

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Arches National Park: Absolutely Breathtaking- 10/18

Arches.…..oh where do I start? There are more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches located in this park, including the well-known Delicate Arch, as well as a variety of unique geological resources and formations. The park contains the highest density of natural arches in the world and received more than 1.6 million visitors in 2018! Whoa….. When you

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Craters of the Moon National Monument: An Alien Landscape – 9/18

I had heard of Craters of the Moon numerous times since we’d been on the road. It was also listed as one of the top national monuments, along with White Sands, to visit. I realized as we were passing through Idaho that this amazing monument was in this state!! I knew we had to

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Yosemite National Park: 2018 – Part 2

It was nothing short of surreal to take my kids to this amazing place just before Memorial Day last year. It has changed quite a bit. Stuff has been renamed and the crowds are absolutely ridiculous in the valley. We got in super early one morning to do the stuff in the Valley, so

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Kings Canyon & Sequoia National Parks : 5/18

We headed to Kings Canyon & Sequoia in mid May. They are technically separate parks but they are joined together physically. It was pretty amazing. Actually, it was quite mind-blowing. These trees are ginormous!! We could put at least 4 of our houses in many of them. That’s insane! If you’ve never seen these

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A very long, very overdue update

Yes, it’s been a while. A very loooooong time, in fact, since I’ve posted on my blog. The last time was after my friend Heidi passed away last Spring – over a year ago!! This time, it’s after my mom passed away unexpectedly from a heart attack on March 23rd in her apartment in

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Prague!!!!! 4/2018

The week after my mom’s memorial service in South Georgia in April, we headed to Prague for a week for DoTerra Essential Oils business training and sightseeing. What an amazing trip! We met so many awesome people and learned what it really takes to create a lasting residual income so we can be financially

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White Sands National Monument : 3/2018

Back in March, we had a super-crazy idea one day when we woke up in Cortez, Colorado. We had just arrived in CO Saturday after driving all day from Salt Lake. The day before on Friday we were skiing and snowboarding at Brighton resort. Sunday we spent all day in Mesa Verde National Park.

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South Georgia Part 1

So, our story left off with us leaving Orlando. And that post was somewhere in the middle of December. The I’m-going-to-do-a-post-each-week goal hasn’t been going so well this year. But I digress, which I do, a lot. Which is why I’m so far behind. So where was I? Oh yeah, South Georgia. SOWEGA is

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SNOW!!!!!!!

I have always wanted to not live in Florida. Before I moved to Central Florida, I didn’t want to live there. I love seasons. I love the crisp cool air. I love being able to dress warm enough and be comfortable in the freezing cold. I love a warm fire and fuzzy slippers. I

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Figuring out the "new normal" of working from home while kids are also there doing school?

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Bring Sanity To Your Home!

The Busy-O-Meter is a FREE family craft project that is designed to create a simple way to remind kids when parents and siblings are busy or on important business or school meetings, calls, or Zoom meetings.

Your kids will have fun making it (it’s a great homeschool activity),  and you’ll have fewer interruptions during the day.

You Need the
Busy-O-Meter!!

This is a family craft project that will help your kids visually SEE when it’s OK to interrupt you during the work day.

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