This post contains affiliate links. We have already started seeing the back-to-school sales now, which is sometimes a downer for those that choose to school outside of the home. But it does not mean that summer is officially over! Its only July and there are still plenty of days to enjoy the sunshine and the […]

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5 Organic or Naturally-Minded Restaurants in Charlotte

Going out to eat is one of the most difficult things for us to fully enjoy since we started eating foods without harsh chemicals and pesticides. It does not help that kids LOVE going out to eat because I am sure it would be easier to avoid.  Since we like going out and taking the […]

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10 Great Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day 2017 is fast approaching! Sometimes it can be very difficult shopping for the men in our lives. Of course we know ultimately its the thought that counts, yet at the same time don’t we LOVE gifting him with something that he would really like?! This Father’s Day, I researched and asked some dads what […]

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Comparison is a Killer

(This post contains affiliate links.) Comparison is a KILLER…if you let it consume you that is. Since I can remember, I have been taunted with comparing myself with others. I now still have to fight against thoughts of comparison. Sometimes I have to unplug from social media and even unfollow people for a while so that […]

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Homeschool Routine (condensed)

With anything important, you have to make a schedule. I have personally found that creating a realistic schedule helps me stay on track in homeschooling, which makes for a smoother day and peaceful children. Below is our general schedule that I am using for our homeschooling days. What works for some, may not work for all. […]

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Fight the Flu Naturally and Quicker

This post may contain affiliate links, meaning I may earn a small commission from some of the links provided in this post. Unfortunately, I have been hearing that the flu has been hitting Charlotte pretty hard. Just this past month, several schools had some classes where more than half of their students were out because […]

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