One of the hard things many of you have been called to do in this current season is to homeschool or to school your kids at home when it would be so much easier to put them on a school bus every morning.

Some of you may remember, but many of you do not know, that I homeschooled my own children for 14 years. During that time, I blogged, wrote, and spoke on the topics of homeschooling and organization (and the combination). See below for a partial list of places I wrote for.

Then life happened. You know, hard stuff. I’ve written about some of it on the blog. 

But with current events being what they are, I’ve been encouraged from several different sources to refresh and republish my homeschool writing to encourage people right now. 

So, that’s going to be happening here. Also, I’m working on categorizing my past homeschool blog posts, so keep checking back to see what’s here to encourage you along the way.

First up is a helpful ebook on the basics of setting up an organized schooling area in your house—even if you don’t have a whole, separate room for it. Originally written 10 years ago (what? I’m feeling old now!), it’s 14 pages jam-packed with tips and tricks for getting you, your kids, and their stuff set up and rolling.

Get Organized! eBook Available Now!

Get Organized! eBook Now Available!

14-page eBook jam-packed with practical tips to help you get your homeschool or school-at-home area set up and organized TODAY!

The Original Book (to be updated soon)

My homeschooling book, Simple Organization for Homeschools, is  available to order! You can get either the paperback or Kindle version on Amazon. Pretty please leave good reviews so others will buy it. 🙂 

Here’s the extended information:

Simple Organization for Homeschools is completely geared towards homeschooling families since many books on home organization already exist. Examples, forms, resources, and practical suggestions make this a must-have reference book for all homeschoolers.

This book guides Christian homeschool parents in completely organizing their homeschools. Organization brings peace, balance, and the ability for true academic learning to a homeschool. Biblical encouragement for order in our homes is included along the way. In addition, each chapter and section are tied together with a unifying, biblical theme. Order now! 

Partial List of Past Homeschool Writing Credits

This was under my former last name, LeBedz, just in case you’re looking for it.
Heart of the Matter Online (monthly contributor)
Home School Enrichment magazine (regular columnist: “The Organized Homeschool”)
The Old Schoolhouse (Crew Reviewer for 2 years, contributed to various e-books)
Homeschooling Today (occasional article)

Homeschool Topics (others available)

Organize Your Homeschool
     Demystifying Homeschool Portfolios
     Pre-Plan for Your Best Homeschool Year Ever
     Taming the Paper Monster
     From the Editor’s Desk
     Study Skills for Grades 7-12