Each Monday I blog about gratitude. Over the past week I realized (on so many occasions) how thankful I am for homeschool bloggers! A great blog post (in my opinion) gives me something I can USE... whether it be a quick idea, link, nugget of wisdom, etc.... Here are ten bloggers I am thankful for ~ and I'm counting them as my blessings this week.
Blogging takes TIME, and time is a precious commodity to the homeschooling mom. I have noticed, however, that homeschooling moms are among the most helpful, genuine, and caring women you will ever meet. I hope you get a chance to visit these bloggers and tell them you appreciate them, too!
Tristan homeschools her six children and offers practical advice, encouragement, and reviews. She is definitely a mom "in the trenches" who gives of her time to encourage others.
622. Nadene @ Practical Pages
Nadene has lots of notebooking/lapbooking pages on her site. I gain something practical that I can implement right away whenever I visit her site.
623. Angela @ Satori Smiles
This is your go-to spot if you are using Story of the World! I rely on Angela's detailed listing of resources, and I noticed today she blogged about a fun game for the iPad.
624. Jimmie @ The Notebooking Fairy
Heather, a fellow Five in a Row blogger, has lots of posts about their use of FIAR. I also love visiting her site to gain some math advice - she's a smart cookie!
626. Jolanthe @ Homeschool Creations
I love the printable poems for the First Language Lessons on Jolanthe's site, as well as so many other things. She is one talented blogger!
627. Rebecca @ Mom Seriously
628. Ginny @ Small Things
I am fairly new to Ginny's blog, but I love her creations and her knitting projects. She has a link up on Wednesdays (Yarn Along) that I am interested in taking part in. Her photos are beautiful, and so are her children!
629. Jana @ The Homeschool Jungle
Jana offers lots of practical homeschooling advice in a very easy to read, straightforward format.
630. Catherine and Debi @ Charlotte Mason Home Education
TONS of resources for the Charlotte Mason and eclectic homeschooler on this blog. I can never get enough of Charlotte Mason's philosophy and ideas.