The Power and Process of Journaling – The End in Mind Podcast, Season Two, Episode Six

Journaling has been such a big part of my life.  My journals have recorded my life, my growth, my struggles, my prayers, my worries, my ideas, my dreams, and my blessings. In today’s podcast, I’m doing my best to convince Danielle of the power and potential of journaling.  I’m sharing tools, methods, processes, as well […]


The Importance of Mommy Margin – The End in Mind Podcast, Season Two, Episode Five

Many people talk about things that they would do differently if they had a “do over.” That’s been crossing my mind a bit lately as I face an empty nest in another 15 months or so. After 22 years of homeschooling, I’m starting to gain some perspective…and although I don’t really have big regrets, there […]


Telling Yourself the Truth

After our site being “under the weather” last week forcing us to see the “doc” and take care of a nasty attack on our sites, we are back this week with our regular weekly podcast. Philippians 4:8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is […]


Lessons Learned from Good and Bad Teachers

All of us have experienced the encouragement of an outstanding teacher!  The opposite is also true of what we have all experienced at the hands of a teacher who truly did not belong in the classroom.  In today’s episode, Danielle and I are discussing the power of words, inspiration, mentorship, expectations and consistency as demonstrated […]

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Strategies for Creating Family Unity – Season 2, Episode 2

Do you ever get to a point where you wish you could just get everyone in the family on the same page and moving forward instead of facing confusion and division?  I think we have all felt that way at one time or another.  Unity is such an important part of family life.  We don’t […]

Overcommitted and Overwhelmed

How many times have I sat in a chair wondering how in the world I’m going to fulfill all my obligations and responsibilities. As I sit there with tears streaming down my face, I have often wondered how I even got to the place of being overcommitted and overwhelmed.  I love to be active and […]

Avoiding the Homeschool Blues, Part Three – Setting Goals

For the past several weeks, we have been discussing ways to avoid the annual homeschool blues that often affect many of us this time of year.  Thanks so much for your feedback on this series.  It is encouraging!  However, it is also nice to know that I’m not the only one that struggles this time […]

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