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Attention, Baby Boomers and anyone else who’s:

  • Stuck in a rut and wishes for freedom…
  • Unemployed and needs to move to a cheaper place…
  • Overwhelmed and wants to simplify…

…but has too much stuff to go through first. Read more…


Going through your parent’s estate is one of the hardest things you’ll ever have to do. Whether you’re grieving a parent who recently passed away, or helping your increasingly frail parent liquidate their estate so they can move to a more appropriate environment (i.e. assisted living), you face the possibility of bringing roomfuls of your parent’s belongings and family heirlooms into your own home. Where will you put these things? On the other hand, how can you bear to get rid of them?
The conflict created by those two questions lies at the heart of How to Clean Out Your Parents’ House (Without Filling Up Your Own). Read more…


 

Times are changing. We’re learning that making do is a lost art that we need to revive.

When money was tight for our grandparents, they could still enjoy good food and nice clothing and furniture because they knew how to make these things for themselves. They were self-sufficient.

Are you raising your children to be self-sufficient? Read more…


The McMansion era is over! Today’s home buyers are snapping up small houses while McMansions linger on the market. People are tired of caring for (and paying for) far more space than they really need, and they’re learning that a small house is the answer to a financial reversal, an empty nest or simply a desire to live sustainably. Read more…


 

The Imperfect Homeschooler’s Guide to Homeschooling is packed full of Barbara Frank’s advice gleaned from over 20 years of homeschooling her four children, including one who has Down syndrome.

Readers will learn how they can:

  • Get past the “public school” way of thinking by customizing lessons for each child,
  • Boost their self-confidence by learning how to measure what their children have learned, Read more…

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With this 1890 kindergarten story curriculum, you’ll enjoy reading the old-time stories in this collection as much as your child will enjoy listening to them. Originally written and assembled by Sara Wiltse, this book combines familiar stories, many from around the world, with little known and forgotten stories that will make this a favorite book. Read more…


How Can You Prepare Your Children For The NEW ECONOMIC Reality?

Today’s children will reach adulthood in an economic environment unlike anything the world has ever seen. The 21st century global economy is powered by an increasing rate of technological change as well as growing foreign competition; both are contributing to the high U.S. unemployment rate and stagnating American wages. How can we as parents prepare our children for success in this growing maelstrom that many are now calling “the new normal”? Read more…


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Are you thinking about homeschooling your child, or have you just recently begun homeschooling? Are you looking for practical information from someone who’s lived the homeschooling life? Do you need evidence (for yourself or for relatives and friends) of why you shouldn’t send your child to public school? Are you looking for homeschool encouragement? Read more…


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Have you got a few years of homeschooling under your belt, and you’re looking for practical information and encouragement from someone who’s lived the homeschooling life? If your answer is “yes,” then this is the book for you.

Enjoying the Journey is divided into eight sections:

  • “Working with Your Children” (Curriculum and its place in your homeschool, specific ideas for working with your children, and tactics for avoiding homeschool burnout)
  • “Raising Children You Can Live With 24/7” (An especially important consideration for homeschooling parents)
  • “Self-Care for the Homeschooling Parent” (How to keep yourself strong for the important job of homeschooling) Read more…

When a jury determining the fate of a corrupt police chief’s wife doesn’t deliver the decision her husband wanted (and paid for), the jurors are gunned down in the courtroom as punishment. But two jurors narrowly escape. Read more…


 

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The Bible records only a few verses describing what occurred during the 40 days between Jesus’ resurrection on Easter and his return to Heaven. The 40 Days: A Novel tells the story of a first-century Hebrew shepherd and his son, who after their flock becomes scattered during the cataclysmic events of Good Friday, find themselves in the presence of Jesus during that 40-day period. Read more…


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So you took homeschooling one year at a time, and now, all of a sudden, you realize that your children are teens: older, taller (maybe taller than you) and still at home.
In Letting Go, Barbara shares what she’s learned about homeschooling teens with the goal of sending them out into the world on their own. One unique feature of this book is that it describes some important subjects high schools don’t teach that our kids need, and that parents should teach them before they leave home for life on their own. Another, more personal aspect of homeschooling through high school Barbara discusses is letting go of our children. Read more…


Are you intimidated by the thought of homeschooling your kids all the way through high school? I was.

Do you worry that you’re not up to the challenge of homeschooling your teens? I did.

Do you wonder what it’s like, living with teenagers every day? Read more…


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