Happy New Year, Homeschool Friends and Non-homeschool friends too! I hope that 2023 will be a happy, healthy, peaceful year for my readers. I want you to know how much I appreciate each one of you. Over the years, this blog has made some connections for me that I can’t imagine my life without right now. So, thank you.
I wrote more bloggy-ish posts this year than I did the two years previously! One of the more popular ones was Slow and Steady. And here are some others I am fond of:
Looking forward, I’ll be continuing to offer other opportunities to connect, if you’d like more personalized help from me with your homeschool.
On January 19, I’m offering a video chat on Homeschool Record Keeping, and if participants want to learn more about standardized testing, I will talk about that too.
I will continue to write more detailed posts about project-based homeschooling and our current high school and middle school work on Patreon. Patrons can access all my classes and a monthly support group, depending on what tier they join, but you can read detailed accounts of how we navigate middle school/high school and college visits/applications for $1.00 a month. Here are a few of my latest Patreon posts:
Thinking Outside the Box: Homeschooling High School
Sometimes I Wish We Had Never Homeschooled
When My To Do List Becomes Overwhelming
Homeschool Parents: Keep Good Records!
What I Wish I Had Done Differently
Of course, I’ll continue writing blog posts here too as time permits.
I want to give a shout out to my first patron, Lou Rahman. I’m really enjoying our conversations on Patreon, and we hope others will join us.