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Weary Travelers: Rest Stop Ahead

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Have you ever driven down an unfamiliar road, obediently following the carefully noted directions, to only have an anxious feeling twist knots into your gut? You are certain you have stayed the course, being diligent to only turn when instructed, but somehow the next...
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What to do when you don't feel like doing anything...

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I love homeschooling and being with my kids. Once in a while, though, I wish that I could do something I did in public school: get a sub. Prior to kids, I just had to write a lesson plan, call the administrator in charge of subs, and climb back into bed to sleep until...
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Lessons from the Road

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This morning I thought of young Classical Conversations families while on an endurance bike ride. As I mulled over what I would write this month, I was struck by some interesting similarities between this long distance ride and my twenty-one years of homeschooling....
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Finding Comfort for Homeschooling through High School with The Conversation

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Homeschooling felt exactly right when I first considered it more than five years ago. At the time, my then nine-year-old son shuffled like a little old man, was not sleeping well, and was exhausted daily. Watching him bloom through homeschooling was like witnessing...
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Three Basic Steps to Learning Latin

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If you are learning Latin, or teaching your children Latin, and you feel overwhelmed, do not despair. You should feel overwhelmed. Latin is tough. In fact, it is tougher than you think it is. If you are learning Latin, you are climbing one of the toughest academic...
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