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February Blog Party

Our year-long 25th anniversary blog party continues today, and I can't wait to read your stories! In your blog post today, Share how you first decided to homeschool. How did you decide on a curriculum? Even if you don't use Sonlight you … Continue reading

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January Blog Party

Our year-long 25th anniversary blog party kicks off today, and I can't wait to read your stories! In your blog post today, introduce us to your family. Are you just getting started homeschooling? Or do you have graduates? Or somewhere … Continue reading

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Join us for a Blog Party!

Sonlight is celebrating 25 years this year and we will be partying all year long! As part of the celebration, we'll be hosting a Blog Party on the 25th of each month, and we would love to have you join … Continue reading

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More Sonlight Blog for You to Love

Yesterday, sometime around 2:30 office time, you may have noticed a deluge of Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and/or email notifications coming from the blog. If you were wondering, yes, that was me. I was running a test and failed to turn … Continue reading

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As Moms, Encourage One Another

I've spent the last day or so trying to find a way to better recommend Brianna's Being a Mom post. Trouble is, I'm not a mom. I don't have children. No one asks me about my kids. My neighbors may … Continue reading

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Learning from Someone's Personal Story

A bunch of very interesting Other Posts of Note have cropped up recently. Brian's How to Get Eternal Life, Amber's So she hired a hit man?, and most recently Kara's thoughts on Heaven is for Real. This last post contains … Continue reading

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Careful What You Post Online

One of my friends has a secret social media account. She posts stuff there she doesn't want anyone she knows to know about. It's a cathartic experience for her where she can let slip all the dark, nasty, painful things … Continue reading

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