Finding the Green Within: A Plant Based Vibe Added To Our Homeschool Routine

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We have finally reached the end of our first year of homeschooling, and I am thrilled about the new activities that we are incorporating into our summer learning and what we will continue next school year. When Taniya was in public school, she was fortunate to have a program that came to visit once a […]

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Home Is Where the Support Is

Now that I am finally back to momming, wifing and blogging like I used to, I thought I would give a little update on my mental, emotional and location status. Six months ago, I wrote News Flash: We’re Moving!! My family was making a huge move to South Carolina and preparing for a crazy transition. While I […]

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Just One More Bite… Or Not :(

Am I the only one who dreads the gym because they’re always starting over? I know I can’t be the only one that has set a goal of no fast food, but ended up breaking down for some excellent customer service from Chick-Fil-A after a long day of grocery shopping with the kids. Now days […]

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Mommy and Me: Cheer Time

I’ve learned so much about homeschooling in the six months that we have been in session. We continue to incorporate movement and dance in our school day, especially during the days we have “Health and Wellness.” As I’ve stated in my earlier posts about our homeschooling journey, we incorporate Black History throughout our entire curriculum […]

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Quick Facts: Postpartum Depression

When speaking to my family and friends about postpartum depression (PPD) I realized that not only did I put on a great facade, but many of them had no idea how to truly recognize something wasn’t quite right with me. I’ve decided to share what I’ve found on Mayo Clinic regarding the matter so that it […]

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Teaching Health & P.E. in Homeschool

Having only one child to homeschool has its pros and its cons. I only have to choose one curriculum, find activities for one child and keep the attention of one child. Well, at least until Jayla is of school age. However, teaching physical education to only one child can be a bit challenging. We are […]

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