I am here today to announce the blog tour for a lovely artist who specializes in creating artwork based off your characters from your book! It’s an amazing (and heartwarming) thing to own artwork of the characters that you slaved over and love as much as family.
Here is her full portfolio for you to view!Read More »
This series is officially done. In case you missed any of them, here is the full list and the links to each.Read More »
Based on my own experience.
Most of these things can be taken with a grain of salt and if you aren’t a manager, you could probably still apply some of them to your own life as an employee. Read More »
Now this does not by any means exclude any public schoolers from this as well because I have meet many of them who have a fabulous work ethic, but I do feel like my drive for learning/work ethic was born and fueled from my experience homeschooling. Read More »
If you loved reading London in the Dark, here are seven books that may or may not have inspired the book or was just downright enjoyable from the standpoint that it was so similar in it’s time period, characters, etc. Enjoy my highly recommended list!Read More »
I’ve seen others do room tours and I always loved the idea. It’s almost as if we are inviting you into our space to see where we live, like a good friend. Enjoy this tour and pull up a chair in my room. I’ll get the tea directly! One lump or two?
Do you want to see more videos like this one? I’m up for requests, so be sure to comment below with ideas!
By God’s Grace,
This post will be short and sweet. One of the reasons that I want to homeschool is the amount of real life experiences that I have had in my life as a result. I mentioned in a previous post how I had more time to pursue passions and be creative due to homeschooling, and while this post does fall under a similar category, it’s a little bit different. Read More »