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:
Top 5 Reasons Why I Love Homeschooling
Top 7 Things I Dislike About Homeschooling
Project-based Homeschooling in the Later Years
3 Reasons Why I Know You Can Homeschool
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.