photo by Shelli Bond Pabis
I know that I keep bringing up home/school/life, the magazine I’m writing a column for, again and again. I’m just so impressed with what editor Amy Sharony is pulling together with a staff that could fit around a dining room table—and I mean one without the extra leaf installed. Her team is working hard to get this thing off the ground, to expand their readership, and I believe so much in the project that I’d like to help them.
(A little preview, just for you readers: my column in the upcoming issue is a letter from me now to the just-beginning-to-homeschool, seventeen-years-ago me. I had so much to tell that earnest, naïve young mother! Advice on everything from math to teachers’ plan books. On what does and doesn’t matter, in the long run.)
I would love for you to check out the magazine. I’ll make it easy, for ten of you at least. I have ten free downloads of the current issue. Leave a comment here in the next week, before midnight Pacific Time on Thursday, September 18. I’ll have a random number generator select ten comments, and I’ll pass along those free download codes.
We may as well have some fun with those comments. In your comment, tell us a favorite bit of homeschooling or parenting advice. Just a quick line or two is fine. I don’t want to keep you from commenting because I’m asking for too much.
Let’s pretend that we’re gathered around the dining room table, dishing.
Comments are now closed, and winners will be contacted via email. If you’re just arriving here now, enjoy the fantastic advice offered in the comments!