Gift Guide for Natural Art & Craft Supplies

Gift Guide for Natural Art & Craft Supplies

Art supplies make such great gifts! This gift guide for natural art & craft supplies is full of ideas for you and your children. Great for birthdays, Christmas or Chanukah, or the start of a new homeschooling year or lesson ... Read More
3 Things To Do Now To Simplify Your Holidays

3 Things To Do Now To Simplify Your Holidays

I know it’s not quite December...yet. But it’s time to start thinking about your holiday game plan. Why? Because starting now on a few simple things will really help you craft a more meaningful and peaceful holiday season. 3 Things ... Read More
Learning with Little House Gift Guide

Learning with Little House Gift Guide

Here in my family, we love The Little House on the Prairie books. I think I read The Long Winter aloud to my children at least four times! A great book to read, all snuggled up as a family, when the ... Read More
Get Your Homeschooling Mindset in Order

Get Your Homeschooling Mindset in Order

This post is an excerpt from my newly revised Waldorf Homeschooling - Simplified: Your Toolkit for Grades 1 - 4 . This 72-page guidebook can help you work with the Waldorf approach and bring it to life in your home. Here's ... Read More
Show Up as YOU in Your Homeschool

Show Up as YOU in Your Homeschool

You don't have to be anyone else other than yourself to homeschool. You can show up as YOU in your homeschool! Do you ever feel like you need to be someone else? I know I did! Someone who's neater, or ... Read More
Why Our Brains Love Stories

Why Our Brains Love Stories

We all love a good story. Stories capture our hearts and engage our imaginations. But what about stories and our brains? Turns out, stories are good for our brains, too! When I was a little girl, my favorite story was ... Read More
Celebrating Festivals as a Family

Celebrating Festivals as a Family

The seasons are changing. And the cycle of the year is turning once again. This is a great time to talk about celebrating festivals as a family. Here are some of the questions and comments I get from homeschoolers about ... Read More
5 Tips to Start Waldorf Homeschooling

5 Tips You Should Know When You Start Waldorf Homeschooling

How do you start Waldorf homeschooling? Where do you even begin? Perhaps you’ve been at this awhile but you’re about to start a new Waldorf homeschooling year. Here are 5 tips you should know when you start Waldorf homeschooling, no ... Read More
Self-Care Is NOT Selfish

Self-Care Is NOT Selfish

True self-care is hard. We have so many responsibilities as parents. There are the things we're happy to do. And we get busy with those. And then there are all the things we have to do. As a parent, and a ... Read More
What Can We Learn from the First Waldorf School?

What Can We Learn from the First Waldorf School?

Read about the connections between the first Waldorf school and homeschooling. A school that opened its doors 100 years ago! This post is an excerpt from my guidebook, Waldorf Homeschooling Simplified: Your Toolkit for Grades 1 - 8 . This 72-page ... Read More