5 Easy Ways to Improve the Heart of Your Homeschool Listen to the podcast here: This podcast is sponsored by: Transcription: Pat: Hi. This is Pat Fenner from PatAndCandy.com, and I just wanted to share a piece of advice with you that I've developed over my years of homeschooling. Now, I have to be honest. This wasn't a piece of advice … [Read more...]
Join us as we cultivate grace into the principles and practices of homeschool and motherhood. Homeschool experts and mentors will be here to share encouragement, tackle questions about homeschooling methods, learning styles, and to help you cultivate a home culture filled with grace. Right here -- every Tuesday.
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Cultivating the Art of Patience Listen to the podcast here: This podcast is sponsored by: Transcription: Hi. I’m Demetria Zinga and I blog and podcast over at christianhomeschoolmoms.com. And today, I want to share with you some words of encouragement about having patience, cultivating the art of patience in your home. And so, as … [Read more...]
Theodore Roosevelt said "Comparison is the thief of joy." And he was right. This time of year with testing, the end of the school year, parties, awards ceremonies, and all the hoopla that signifies the ending of another season bring with it the nasty little bug of comparison. While a little comparison and even competition is good, letting it reel … [Read more...]
Why I Celebrate Everyday Graces You can listen to this post here: What does "everyday" mean to you? Is it laundry? A pile of dirty clothes? Dishes in the sink? Crumbs in the car? Yet another battle over math facts? Is it flowers on the table? Giggles past bedtime? Dinner going off without a hitch? The everyday; the things that must be … [Read more...]
Cultivating Grace Podcast Episode 3 Join us for Cultivating Grace - Episode 3 with Artist, Art Historian, and Art Curator Mr. Scott Palmer. We discuss collecting art, finding treasures in the unlikeliest of places, proving provenance, how the Mona Lisa may not be the original, and the intricacies of Jean-Michel Basquiat. About Scott … [Read more...]
“It is well we should recognise that the business of education is with us all our lives, that we must always go on increasing our knowledge… As for that aesthetic ‘appetency’ (to use Coleridge’s word) upon which so many of the gentle pleasures of life depend, it is open to many disasters: it dies of inanition when beauty is not duly presented to … [Read more...]
On the go? You can listen to this audio blog! What does it mean to be a mom? Once upon a time, a young girl dreamt of travel, of indulgence, of a life that glittered. Those dreams got cast aside for days of avoiding glitter like the plague because have you ever tried to clean glitter out of carpet? The daily grind, fueled by coffee and … [Read more...]