Focusing on Focusing

It’s been ages since I blogged, which I believe is the same thing I mentioned before. The single most trait of a blog, and to keep blogging, is knowing if anyone reads it. This blog, I don’t feel gets read. It’s more blithering I suppose, so that leads me to thinking on what to focus … Continue reading Focusing on Focusing

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First Day of Homeschool

Unlike the public school folks, homeschoolers can start a bit later. And today, one day after Labor Day, seemed fitting to get started with Grade 10. Generally I schedule for the week over the previous weekend. This lets me plan ahead, juggle a schedule, fit in field trips and appointments, as well as meetings and … Continue reading First Day of Homeschool

Adventures in 3D and D.C.

Oh spring, how I’ve missed you! We finally see warm weather, even being warmed by the sun. The Crocus blooms in the back yard, and my dog decided it’s a great time to shed. I can’t tell you how happy I am to see the snow and ice gone. Updates to my life include self-learning … Continue reading Adventures in 3D and D.C.

What I learned this week: Russian Cuisine, Faberge, and childhood memories

So I decided to start a series of post on my blog where I share things that I learned through the week. This will help provoke more regular posts, while sharing some neat and interesting things I discovered through the week. In homeschool, we’re learning the World War I history, while also focusing on the … Continue reading What I learned this week: Russian Cuisine, Faberge, and childhood memories

Adventures in Score.org and homeschool parties

This month, I’ve been welcomed into the local Score.org chapter. And what is Score, you may be asking. Well. it is a small business group comprised of business owners and retired business people who volunteer their time and skills to help other business owners. They mentor on things like marketing, or if you need help with accounting, or … Continue reading Adventures in Score.org and homeschool parties