It’s my pleasure to announce a new service here at home/school/life, and it’s free for anyone who would like to sign up.
If you were a fan of Amy’s “Monday Pep Talks,” you’ll definitely want to sign up. Once a quarter (between the magazine issues), we’re going to send out the Pep Talks by e-mail. But this will be an ultra-pep talk like this one: click here.
Pep talks are full of inspiring things to do, delicious food to cook, book recommendations and other inspiration to rev your engines and put spice into your homeschool life.
We will also fill you in on some of the best blog posts from the last quarter and let you know what else is happening around here on home/school/life. And don’t worry, we absolutely promise we won’t spam you, sell your e-mail address, or send out a pep talk more than four times a year.
How can you sign up? Well, if you had signed up for our former monthly newsletter (which has been on permanent hiatus for awhile), you don’t need to do anything. You’re already signed up for the Pep Talk!
But if you aren’t signed up, you can use our sign-up form here:
If you don’t want to receive the Pep Talk, there will be an unsubscribe option at the bottom of each e-mail, or you can e-mail Shelli and ask her to remove your address from the list.
As always, thank you for supporting home/school/life! We couldn’t continue to expand without our faithful readers.
Answers to your questions about our new high school curriculum. (Feel free to ask more questions in the comments!)
The first installment of our high school curriculum is available for pre-order now. (We kind of love it, and we hope you do, too!)
Leave a comment with your best homeschool planning tip, and you could win a homeschool planning package packed with Amy’s favorite planning stuff. (Winner randomly selected May 27.)
Amy wrote a homeschool planner, and here’s what you’ll find inside.
Now this is a New Year's resolution we can get behind: Read more in 2018 with the HSL homeschool reading challenge.
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