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Summer To Do Lists

Summer To Do Lists

Summer is one of those natural “restart” points of the year. The weather is warmer and particularly for those of us with children, the change from school schedule to summer schedule is a chance to rethink our life goals and priorities. As I sat down […]

Reader Question: Do you homeschool on the same 180-day calendar as the public school system?

Reader Question: Do you homeschool on the same 180-day calendar as the public school system?

Reader Lou submitted this question on my last post about our homeschool math curriculum: Do you homeschool on the same calendar as public schools — 180 days a year? I can see where many subjects could be enhanced with ‘more days’ if there is a […]

A Ruly Respite

A Ruly Respite

I never intended to be away for quite so long but I essentially ended up taking a blogging summer vacation!  Since I started writing this blog, I have never taken such an extended absence. Sometimes when bloggers take a long break there is something terrible […]

Time Management During the Holidays

Time Management During the Holidays

Now that we are past the big November holiday, Thanksgiving, the frenetic Christmas season has begun. Managing your time well when you have a lot to accomplish is essential. It should be simple and intuitive for us to realize that when we are adding a […]

Ruly Bookshelf: Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More

Ruly Bookshelf: Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More

I did not make my Wednesday posting schedule yesterday and you won’t get the September summary until tomorrow but I have a good reason . . . I was reading! Recently, a publicist for Stever Robbins, a.k.a. the Get-It-Done Guy, contacted me. Would I be […]