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Heart of the Matter March Edition

Due to recent health issues I didn’t get to announce the new Heart of the Matter March edition. What a super edition it is. There are several articles this month to help you organize and prioritize your house and homeschool as well as some great downloads available including an Election LapBook

I write for Heart of the Matter. My column is Sowing Seeds. Hop over to read my article this month and don’t forget to comment: Motivate Your Child to Learn Using These Four Steps

Are you already a Heart of the Matter fan? Leave a quick comment telling others why (Lurkers come out!)

The Blog Party is still going on. Don’t miss it!

Have you visited my Heart at Home homemaking blog? You will find tons of organizational tips and ideas to make your home run more smoothly.



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  1. Hi Robin, so glad to hear you are feeling better! I’m new to this online magazine, so I’m downloading a copy (slow dialup) to see what I think :), we’re in Canada so not everything from this issue is for us, but will still take a peek!

    Our blog is also up and running now – yay! And I’m tagging you! If you’d like to play come on over and check out the rules :).

    Jennifer Bogart’s last blog post..I’ve Been Tagged Twice!

  2. Thanks for posting a comment on my blog 🙂
    We homeschooled our kids all the way through but now my ‘baby’ is a junior in college. My sister is just getting started and I’m going to tell her about your “Heart of the Matter Online” ezine. And I’m also going to pass along the info to the homeschoolers in my church. It looks like a rich resource! Isn’t it great how much more we have available now? When we started out, ABeka and Bob Jones wouldn’t even sell to us. My first homeschool conference had seven venders, and most of those were families who had created something they thought other homeschoolers could use 🙂
    We’ve come a long way, baby!
    …Although the recent development in California shows we can never stop being diligent to defend our right to teach our own kids.

    Kim’s last blog post..Not-So-Annual Big Birthday Bash

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