Organization : The Command Center : Thoughts

This is part 2 of our posts on orga­ni­za­tion.  Check out part one here –> First: Tan­gi­bles Orga­ni­za­tion.  It’s the buzz word of the month of Jan­u­ary.  How do we stay orga­nized? How do we even start?  We start with a com­mand cen­ter.  A brain for our house­hold and fam­i­ly.  A place that hous­es all of our tasks, papers, mail,

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Organization : The Command Center : Stuff

Organization : The Command Center : Stuff

Orga­ni­za­tion.  It’s the buzz word of the month of Jan­u­ary.  How do we stay orga­nized? How do we even start?  We start with a com­mand cen­ter.  When I was younger, my com­mand cen­ter was my brain.  As I have grown, I’ve dis­cov­ered that real estate in my brain is prime real estate.  Why should I share some of that prime

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How to Read Literature

How to Read Literature

Join Aman­da week­ly start­ing Jan­u­ary 15th at 4:30 pm EST as she helps us under­stand Shakespeare’s play, ‘King Lear’.    Do you remem­ber read­ing your first book? I mean real­ly read­ing.  Not deci­pher­ing. You sat down, and for the first time in your life the dif­fi­cul­ty of the task fell away as you lost your­self in the great sto­ry.   When

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New Gifts for our New Subscribers!

New Gifts for our New Subscribers!

 Free stu­dent plan­ning pages designed to help your stu­dents take own­er­ship of their edu­ca­tion Please leave this field emp­tySub­scribe to our free newslet­ter and receive your free gift! Email * Check your inbox or spam fold­er to con­firm your sub­scrip­tion. Plus, our wel­come email series includes a free home­school vision cre­ator, free videos, and a chance for you to tell

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Why King Lear?

Why King Lear?

At any moment in the Unit­ed States you can find a Shake­speare play being per­formed, espe­cial­ly in the sum­mer and fall.  We have Shake­speare in the park, and sum­mer play hous­es that focus on the Bard him­self.  While ten out of every twelve the­aters have per­formed ‘Twelfth Night’ or ‘A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream’  in the last sea­son, you’d be hard

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