This Blog Has Been Moved

This blog is not defunct, it has been moved! If you like what you see here, there’s more of it at the new JustEnoughBlog. Hope to see you there!

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How Does Your Education Effect Your Homeschooling?

Today’s homeschool makeover question refers to your feelings about your own education. What was your education like? What baggage are you carrying from your learning experiences? Do you have any fears or expectations that can be directly attributed to your school life?

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What Would Obama or Oprah Do?

I was acting selfish and was so wrapped up in “poor me” syndrome, I was taking everything down with me. Then suddenly, the thought came to me – Could I imagine Obama doing this? And I couldn’t. What about Buddha? No way. Oprah? Ha! Jesus? Ya right.

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Do You Have Homeschool Role Models?

As a homeschooler, without even knowing it, I picked up some role models along the way, and it’s their inspiration which has helped me become successful. Who are your role models?

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What We Think About Shapes Our Homeschooling

On the surface, the power of intention sounds kind of foofooey (yes, I made that word up). I mean, we can’t make things happen just by thinking about them. We can’t control the universe. Yet, there is some truth to the idea that what we habitually think about changes our life.

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What Role Does Enthusiasm Play In Learning and Teaching?

Today we’ll look at the role of enthusiasm in learning and teaching. Think back to a time when you were excited about learning something, and continued to be excited through the whole process. What created this enthusiasm?

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What We Did Right in 2008

Yesterday, I looked at the mistakes we made in 2008. Today, I’ll reflect on what worked.

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