Earlier this year I put together some Quick Tips for Homeschool Scheduling and today I’m sharing 5 Things To Do Before You Start Homeschooling. We recently received the news that our public schools in Loudoun County, Virginia would be 100% distance learning this fall. In light of distance/online learning decisions and/or mask mandates, social distancing […]
Our hall closet door swung shut, and Zoe walked into the bathroom and gave me a handful of hygiene items. I always forget to refill the basket in the bathroom, and leave myself stranded, at the mercy of my daughters or husband to respond to my pleas. TMI? Please tell me I’m not the only […]
Well, we did it! We decided to try our hand at raising backyard chickens. Exactly one month ago, we brought home six laying hens, about 8 months old. After debating chicks alllll spring, we decided to pass on chickens for this year. Then a friend of a friend was moving and couldn’t bring their hens […]
Today I’m sharing what has become my go-to meal this summer: sumer squash with pasta (and sausage and beans). My friend Meghan posted the incredible recipe to her Instagram a few weeks ago, and since then, I’ve made it over 5 times! It’s just that good! I even just made it this week on vacation […]
Today I’m sharing our June 2020 garden update! This post is a few weeks late, but I’m getting it up, mostly so I can remember what our garden (and my sweet Zoe) looked like in June 2020. She turned 7 this year, and it’s hard to figure out where the time went. Goodness, it feels […]
(This post is sponsored by Babyganics; all opinions are my own.) We’ve been spending as much time as possible outdoors. We have a little less than a 1/2 acre, and I’m so thankful for this space to sprawl out and make the most of the beautiful weather. And finally get out of the house! Today […]
Today, I’m introducing my Live Slow Challenge. I’ve had a dream for A Daily Something that’s nearly seven years old and I’ve been “actively” (more like passively #momlife) working on developing this exciting project since early 2019. Talk about slow living, huh? Over the years, my primary goals for A Daily Something have been to […]
We eagerly await this time of year, the 5 or 6-week strawberry picking season. Once we tasted the warm, fresh strawberries straight from the ground, nothing could compare (not even the Farmers’ Market). I love how local, seasonal treats can help instill patience, appreciation for hard work, and anticipation for each season. The kids really […]
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