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The Rijksmuseum Collection in Amsterdam

When we lived in The Netherlands, my three little ones and I would often head to Amsterdam.  Since our railway pass gave us free admission to museums, we liked to visit a museum in the morning and then, of course, the zoo in the afternoon. We did not go to the Rijksmuseum frequently, but often […]

The Gluten Free Baking Mix Cookbook

I’m not much of one for baking mixes, but occasionally they can be life savers.  If you want to try out a simple gluten free baking mix and recipe book, try The Gluten Free Baking Mix Cookbook, on sale today and tomorrow for 99c.  I’ve discussed it in some detail on my new site Embracing […]

Review: Is College Worth It? by William J. Bennett and David Wilezol

So even if you’re not sure what your academic goals are or what your next steps might be, I encourage you to fill out an application, find out how much financial aid you qualify for, and talk with an Admissions Advisor about your concerns, fears, and dreams. (from an advertisement sent out by a non-traditional […]

Mathematical Problem Solving for Teens: Past CEMC Contests

Do you want your older children to learn problem solving skills?  While most homeschooling moms do, quality problem solving resources can be difficult to find beyond the elementary level.  After all, very few math curricula spend a huge amount of time on problem solving, and not many helpful books are available. However, there is an […]

A Tale of Warts and Banana Peels

As I mentioned a while ago, one of our girls had two huge warts on her big toe.  Since they were making her limp, we went to visit the doctor. Now, there are several ways to get rid of warts.  We had planned to follow our doctor’s conventional medical approach, but then were forced to try […]

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