Tag Archives: priorities

How I Juggled Homeschooling and Homemaking

Perhaps you know the feeling. It's 5:30 pm, the house is a mess, and you haven't even thought about dinner. Sometimes the logistics of life just get away from us as stay-at-home moms. There is so much to do! So … Continue reading

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Finding a Balance

As many families are starting the school year and starting to get into a routine, the questions for the Sonlight Advisor team change from "choosing" to "using." Many of them are quick and easy, such as "Where can I find … Continue reading

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You Are Raising a Person

You homeschool. That's great. Homeschooling is a good option with at least 22 blog posts worth of benefits. I wonder if we sometimes lose sight of the bigger picture, though. We love homeschooling, not so much because homeschooling is this … Continue reading

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A Peek Inside the Sonlight Warehouse

Few have experienced a tour of Sonlight. A few more have braved my monster-less pseudo monster movie tour. And today, my blog-reading friends, you get a rare peek into how amazing Sonlight's warehouse is. 1. Designed for Efficiency Receiving happens … Continue reading

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Touching the Future...

Lately I have thought a lot about what it means to invest your time in teaching a child. A few days ago I thought back to a day, many years ago when I was living in Florida. It was a … Continue reading

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Sonlight on the inside

I pray that Sonlight as a company never settles for the status quo. For one, we strive to be an excellent place to work. We also aim to do business in an upright manner with all our vendors, contractors and … Continue reading

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Marriage Advice from the Pros...

My husband and I just celebrated our 38th wedding anniversary this month. Many of my friends seem to have August anniversaries too which made me remember a dinner I had with some of them two years ago.  One of my … Continue reading

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