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Life after homeschool
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Life After Homeschool: Our First Homeschooler Completes High School

Today, our first homeschooler graduates in senior high school. Next month begins a new season as he enters college. This graduation is a long time coming, but we are still grateful to celebrate his progress and achievement for two years. Jacob started homeschooling in first grade. He was my first student, and I admit I …

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The Bleeding Woman

The biblical account of the bleeding woman spoke to me recently. She received instant healing the moment she touched the hem of Jesus’s cloak. He asked who touched him because he felt power coming out of him. Oh, no! It’s perimenopause Perimenopause is the time in a woman’s reproductive journey where we transition to menopause. …

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Teach your Kids How to Read with Alpabasa Reading Program

Are you struggling to teach your kids how to read? You can now partner with Alpabasa, a play-based reading program designed by a Filipino for the Filipino learner. There is a surge in the number of new homeschooling families because of the pandemic. The role of teaching now falls on the shoulders of parents. And …

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Setting Healthy Relationship Boundaries

The pandemic fostered more online connections. We gather in different digital platforms for work meetings, bible studies, school, and hilarious online gatherings with friends and family. This an advanced way of keeping connected. But are we setting healthy relationship boundaries? Our 24/7 connection with others has a downside. When we become too comfortable with each …

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Life Begins at 40

I feared turning 40 because it meant getting old. But today, I don’t feel old at all unless I am talking with our teenagers. I am in a new season of life with a new energy to pursue things with purpose and deep intentions. God is writing a fresh chapter with setbacks and aha moments. The …

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Watch God Work

When was the last time you watched God work in your life? My husband fell ill on my birthday. I didn’t think much of it because I am used to him being lethargic on weekends when he had a stressful week at work. But when his fever progressed and his headaches persisted, we decided to …

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North to South with Love

On Father’s Day, my husband decided to visit his mom who lives in Quezon City. He is not a spontaneous kind of guy, so this suggestion was a welcome surprise. Since it was his day, we were all on board. I lived my whole life in the South of the Metro but I have a …

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Failure is not Final

Failure is a word we all avoid at all costs. We do everything in our power to succeed in life. Yet we are our greatest critic. When we fail, we think it’s the end of it and that we have lost our chance. But our failure is not final. There is still life after a …

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Looking Back with Gratitude

I cannot help but look back with gratitude as our eldest child completes two years of junior high. Before K12, he completed the equivalent of four years of high school. There are no words to express my gratitude to all his teachers. They helped build up this young man. He was able to get out …

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Listening to Your Child’s Heart

“A wise man will hear and increase in learning, And a man of understanding will acquire wise counsel,” Proverbs 1:5 When my husband and I started our family, I was already working from home. Because of this setup, I could homeschool both our kids. Aside from spending more time with them, I could get to …