Homeschool Quotes, Part 5

Homeschool Quotes, Part 5

“Home-base education is not an experiment. It’s how people learned to function in the world for centuries. And there is no reason to think that people today can’t do the same thing. School is the experiment, not the lack of it, and I think that experiment is in trouble.—Wendy Priesnitz “You will never look back … Read more

Helping Your Introvert Survive A Conference

Helping Your Introvert Survive A Conference

**Read to the bottom of this post for a chance to win a couples pass to the 2017 OCEANetwork Homeschool Conference!** Have you ever tried to survive a conference with an introvert? It can be quite challenging –not only for the introvert but for their extroverted companions. Here are some ideas to help both of you survive. … Read more

The Connection Between Autism and ADHD

The Connection Between Autism and ADHD

If you spend much time looking into ADHD or autism, you will learn that researchers consider them to be in the same category of disorders: developmental disorders. A developmental disorder is not a mental illness or psychological disorder. It is a difference in the way that brain develops. For this reason in many cases, some parts … Read more

Vasovagal: My Stress Reaction Explained

Vasovagal: My Stress Reaction Explained

Those who know me must wonder why insist on low stress and drama free in my online spaces. In the past I have only been able to say that drama and stress make me very sick. I think I finally have an actual medical explanation. It is nice to know to put a name to it.

Modesty Misunderstood 

Modesty Misunderstood 

I discussed the ongoing misuse and abuse of the concept of modesty in a previous post called The Modesty Myth. Although I touched on many of the same points, this article from Desiring God explains it better I think than I was able. In the past I’ve felt like the lone voice for this perspective … Read more