10 Free Family Activities for Washington D.C. & Metro Area


A large part of my childhood was spent living just minutes outside of Washington D.C.  Spending Saturdays at the National Gallery of Art, or riding the metro to the National Zoo were common place.   Even now that I’m a grown up (at least, I think that I’m a grown up ;)) I love that my […]

FREE eBook – Homeschooling for FREE & Frugal: Saving Money for the Homeschool Life

My new eBook, Homeschooling for FREE & Frugal: Saving Money for the Homeschool Life is LIVE today! This eBook uses my 10 Days of Homeschooling for Free & Frugal series as its base; then adds in additional contributors, further meaty content, and tons of helps for your homeschool journey – no matter your budget! ~This […]

Top Ten Favorite Money Saving & Free Resource Websites for Homeschool

Free Resource Websites for Homeschool

This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. Today I’m sharing my top ten money-saving & free resource websites that I use for our homeschool journey.  Every Tuesday for the next 10 weeks I’ll share another top ten list as part of the iHomeschoolNetwork! Top Ten […]

Our New Favorite Game: Dave Ramsey’s Act Your Wage


We have a new favorite game in our house.  It’s Dave Ramsey’s game called Act Your Wage. *I know that on Amazon there is currently one horrible review of this game.  I’ve added my no doubt awesome review ;). Here’s my Amazon review of Act Your Wage! *Our boys want to play this game every […]

Frugal Homeschooling: A Lifestyle Of God’s Best

Homeschooling for Free and Frugal

Welcome back! If you’re new to this series click here to start 10 Days of Homeschooling for Free & Frugal at the beginning. {Pssst….I want to let you in on a BIG secret: There is no reason to spend a lot of money in order to provide a top notch education for your children.} When Jamerrill […]

Four Frugal Ways to Teach Preschool

frugal ways to teach preschool

Preschool is a time for exploration and discovery. It is your child’s first introduction to the world of education. The focus should be instilling a love for the process while encouraging creativity and critical thinking. Since this first step into education is also the first step into homeschooling it is new territory for both mom […]