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Ever since I started Learning Tangent - I had a dream of making a print edition. I know, the magazine's only been around since March, in digital form, but I feel downright called to do this now. Maybe I should wait, build a bigger tribe - but my biggest hangup throughout life has been waiting until the time is right!
So I'm doing it.
The Indiegogo campaign goes live on September 22nd, and wow does it have me terrified! I don't know…Continue
We're about a month into our official school year here, but as homeschoolers, the learning never truly ends.
One thing we have been teaching our twins is to be aware. Awareness has many benefits, on the one hand, awareness can save a person from harm, or prevent you from being the butt of your brother's latest prank. On the other hand, awareness can open an opportunity to something unexpected.
The unexpected happened a few days ago.
I had gone to the local market to…Continue
I know first hand the sense of dread that homeschoolers experience when first starting out... here's a happy back to school post, for more, you can read the full post at http://learningtangent.com/another-school-year-has-begun/
Another School Year Has Begun!
I don’t know about you, but I’m thrilled to begin another homeschool year. We have so much fun…Continue
Five years ago I would never have thought homeschool was an option for us. In fact I was flat against taking on that responsibility because I believed the lie that I should leave the education of my children to the "experts". When our twins were of school age, we sent them to the school down the street which was pretty good. They started in a pre-K program and I volunteered myself into a position teaching music there.
This was where it began. The discovery that I was not just a…Continue