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August 2016 Monthly Menu (FREE Printable!)

As is my usual, I've put together a monthly menu for the month of August.  Feel free to use my menu as your own or modify it to fit your needs.  And as always, if some of the recipes from this month's menu sound like something you'd like to try, just let me know and I'll send you the link.  And if you're lucky, I'll post a recipe or two from the menu to share with you. Enjoy!

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July 2016 Monthly Menu (FREE Printable!)

It's back again!  Once again I've put together a monthly menu for the month of July.  Feel free to use my menu as your own or modify it to fit your needs.  And as always, if some of the recipes from this month's menu sound like something you'd like to try, just let me know and I'll send you the link.  And if you're lucky, I'll post a recipe or two from the menu to share with you. Enjoy!

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The Busy Mom’s Guide to a Faith-Focused Summer

Every summer I love making sure my kids are filled to the brim with opportunities to learn.  We read, we journal a bit.  If I'm on top of my game, we might do a couple of science experiments, play a couple of math games, and maybe even learn something about social studies.  My goal in attempting to keep up with summer learning is to ensure that their brains continue to work and grow and learn so that they return to school in the fall with an advantage and not below the curve following summer "brain drain."  (In fact, I've shared for…

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June 2016 Monthly Menu (FREE Printable!)

I apologize for skipping the monthly menu printable last month.  Time slipped away from me!  The good news is that I have put together June's monthly menu, and though it is a little bit late, it's here nonetheless!  As always, if some of the recipes from this month's menu sound like something you'd like to try, just let me know and I'll send you the link.  And if you're lucky, I'll post a recipe or two from the menu to share with you. Enjoy!

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On Summer Routines {FREE Printable!}

Still experimenting with whether or not my nine-year old has Inattentive Type ADHD, I've found it extremely helpful to develop regular routines to keep her organized and functioning at her best.  I myself function better with routines; it's less likely that I'll forget something, for one, and it gives me a slight sense of control over my life. I have to say it's much easier to function on routine during the school months.  The school day has already been decided for us, and the routines that my kids follow at school don't have to be planned out by me.  And while…

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