As 2017 newly begins, today I’ll be doing a little countdown of my own:
My 10 Most Popular Posts from 2016
Since I returned to the blogging world at the end of March, I have been so blessed by all of the readers who have so faithfully visited and commented here. In the month of December, I reached over 40,000 views in one month, which is the most I’ve ever gotten, so thank you so, so much. I appreciate each and every one of you more than you’ll ever know. ♥
I hope to continue to encourage you as I have these past nine months, so today I am sharing your favorite posts of 2016 in the hopes that anyone who may have missed any will have the opportunity to find out what other readers have found to be the most helpful.
Let the countdown begin!
Our unschooling experience changed the way we view learning, but there are some things about it that just needed to be said.
The more time goes on, the more I’ve been noticing the trend of parents letting their kids do absolutely anything they want without any repercussions. In this post I shared what may be part of the problem.
The vast majority of the population send their kids to school without knowing the true history of the institution. Here’s a quick history lesson.
Too often, we homeschoolers try to replicate every single aspect of school at home. Here are 15 things to avoid if you want to encourage your children to love learning.
So many people assume that since traditional school lasts six hours a day, it automatically means that homeschooling should, too. Here’s why that isn’t true.
This unit study has a resource list, vocabulary list, and 94 suggested activities.
Homeschool moms tend to get so worked up over making sure we cover every single required subject. This post gives three great reasons why you needn’t fret!
Isn’t it amazing how some people think they can say anything they want about our choice to homeschool? Here are the ten most frustrating comments people said to me.
I penned this post as a response to the dozens and dozens of people who have told me how much less stress I’d have if I put my kids in school. Here are 50 reasons why they’re wrong.
With over 25,000 views in just six weeks time, this is, by far, the most popular post I’ve ever written. I don’t know how many times I’ve heard other mothers say that they’re intrigued by homeschooling but could never do it because they couldn’t handle their kids all day. This is my no-nonsense response to that statement.
Well, that’s it! I hope you will find something to encourage you amongst these posts. I wish you all a happy and healthy New Year! God bless!
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