This time of year my Pinterest feed seems chalk full - pun intended - with beautiful school supply storage ideas. And what self-respecting teacher nerd can resist a lovely array of freshly sharpened colored pencils in a cute container? This week I came up with a clever and pretty solution for organizing your homeschool supplies.… Continue reading Thrifted School Supply Hack!
Gluten can be a scary thing for someone with gluten intolerance, gluten sensitivity or Celiac's Disease. But cooking in a completely gluten free kitchen can be difficult and impractical. As a part of this Gluten Freedom series, I wanted to share some tips on how to avoid cross contamination, both at home and while eating… Continue reading Gluten Freedom: Cross Contamination Prevention
Okay, gluten freedom friends! Label reading really can be intimidating, especially if a gluten free diet is completely new to you. But don't worry - with these tips you can be reading food labels at your local grocery store with confidence in no time! Here's what I've learned from all that meandering through the grocery… Continue reading Gluten Freedom: Reading Labels
Happy Monday, everyone! I'm honored and excited to have been nominated by the lovely Kristi at Savvy Schooling for the Blogger Recognition Award! If you haven't visited her page before, please do! She has tons of great ideas, resources, and information on parenting and homeschooling. This is the second time I've been nominated for this… Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award
Well, our little one is still happily baking and has not made an appearance yet! So today, I'm spending some time finishing up a few blog posts, organizing summer learning activities for Bundle, baking, and praying for patience! Although time seems to be crawling like an inchworm in terms of waiting for Baby, I can hardly believe… Continue reading End of Year Homeschooling Reflections