Around this time last year, I found myself getting into a bit of a funk. As is typical with many homeschooling families this time of the year, I realized that my kids and I just weren’t as excited about our homeschool as we used to be. There was more than the usual amount of complaining, bickering, and dragging of the feet in the mornings.
And my kids were just as bad! 😉
A few months earlier, I had stumbled upon something called “notebooking.” Intrigued, I decided to give it a try.
I’m not going to beat around the bush here. At first, I was really confused. As awesome a tool as I knew it could be, other than a few websites which were really helpful, I still didn’t have enough information to jump in feet first.
(As your typical type-A homeschool mom, I tend to research everything into the ground before I’ll give it my all.)
So, while we did start notebooking, we started out with very small steps. It wasn’t until I came across two fantastic books (which I will mention later) that I really felt like I had the confidence to give this my all.
One year later, I’ve never turned back.
Over the past several months (close to a year, actually), I have really been trying to get as much information about notebooking out there as I can, whether it’s through videos or right here on my blog. After all, I know how hard it is to find solid information on this subject.
Today I’m hoping to make things just a little easier for anyone new to the notebooking scene by listing all of my posts, videos, favorite notebooking resource websites, and favorite books all in one place.
The Busy Mom’s Guide to Notebooking Resources
My Favorite Notebooking Books:
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My Go-To Notebooking Websites:
Pinterest (This will take you to my notebooking board where I pin any free notebooking pages, tutorials, advice, etc. that I come across.)
Now it’s your turn. If you have any other notebooking resources you’ve used or read, feel free to share in the comments. I’d like to get as much info in one place for my fellow busy homeschool moms. 🙂