We've done several "week in review", but this is the first month in review! That would be because this month got crazy, and regular readers will recognize the hiatus in posting. A Summary of September The Professor is teaching a full load at the local university, so he is gone every weekday afternoon. Now, Younger and Son LLC isn't quite a full time job, yet, but between … [Read more...] about September: Month in Review
How will your kid learn to stand in line? I've never had any one ask me this question, but it seems some ask how homeschool kids learn to stand in line. It's one of those 'socialization' and 'real life' type questions that make me wonder what this person thinks homeschooling is. But since I've never had anyone ask me, I have a hard time imagining this situation. Standing In … [Read more...] about Learning To Stand In Line
What is normal? We wrestle with that question every day! Working at home. One of the biggest obstacles that we have found with me working at home lies in keeping me working. Kids always want to share something with daddy and what daddy wouldn't want to take the time to hear what's on his son's heart? Boundaries make productivity possible and yet enforcing them can tax an … [Read more...] about Finding Normal
What a week! I only now realize that we missed our normal post on Monday. Not ideal, but we've been working on a lot of things. Taxes Better than death. This is the first year for us filing with the LLC, which makes things more complicated. Let's just say we're still working on this. But this week I was reminded of another tax implication of the business - we have an … [Read more...] about Week in Review
Our family plans to visit all 59 American National Parks (and probably some National Parks of other countries as well). We've even got a map in our dining/school area that has all the locations marked with pins, and color coding to indicate which ones we've all visited. People often ask us about where this interest came from and we expect a fair bit of National Parks related … [Read more...] about Why the National Parks?