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2018- New Year, New Blog

Hello! I’ve been a lousy blogger, I know.  That will happen when you decide you want your homeschool to move into a totally different direction…during the holidays.  I’m sorry!

I’ve changed the blog’s look and overall theme a bit, new year new blog! I started out wanting to share how I’m learning and figuring out this whole homeschooling thing.  But let’s be honest.  That’s boring.  And one of the main reasons why I haven’t blogged much.  This will be changing a bit though, as I am still researching and learning about Charlotte Mason and her fabulous philosophy of education.  But there will be a LOT of changes this year.  I want to share it all.  So I’m changing this blog from a boring, homeschool learning type of blog to a more personal “homeschool mom” blog.  I’m not going to make things all snazzy, or worry about Pinterest worthy images.  I want this to become a blog where I can share our life.  Our 5 year plan is pretty awesome and I think it will be really fun to share that journey.

So, what are some things you’ll see here on The Boundless Homeschool?

  • I will continue sharing our homeschool days, what’s working for us and what’s not! It will be largely transformed from “traditional school” to more Charlotte Mason.  I know that’s probably completely foreign to many people, but give me time. I’ll explain it! I’ll be taking more pictures so I can keep track of things we are doing (and adding pictures to our portfolio for the state).
  • We will be, most likely, moving this year.  I’ll share our schooling-on-the-road journey, and everything else that’s involved with moving.
  • I am trying to learn how to be a bit more self-sustainable, for future goals–Garden stuff (after moving), finding awesome recipes for homemade everything, or any other tips I can share, I’ll do that, too.

Things get tough around here with constant deployments.  I’m not going to sugar coat anything if I am having a bad day/week/month.  Sugar coating, or “putting on a brave face” is so exhausting. Sometimes it’s nice to find someone to commiserate with.  Being transparent and truthful with our days could really be helpful to someone out there who thinks they have to have it all together.  Psst, you don’t!

Ok, that’s probably it, for now.  It feels good to write again.

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