Staying in the UK: 5 Things You Need to Know

AKA: Things I Wish I had Known Before Feeling Stupid in a Rental House Before our trip to England and Scotland, I briefly refreshed myself on the obvious differences between United States and UK life. The important stuff: biscuit means cookie, chips means French fries, and crisps means chips. Lastly, I bought a plug converter. … Continue reading Staying in the UK: 5 Things You Need to Know

Carschooling: Six Ways to Make Road Trips Educational

Whether your kids go to traditional school or homeschool, driving in the car is a great time to do some fun family car schooling. Travel experiences are my favorite way to educate the kids, and planning some great car activities can make a road trip even better. As homeschoolers, the car often becomes a second … Continue reading Carschooling: Six Ways to Make Road Trips Educational

Museum Memberships: Are They Worth It?

Save money with homeschooling through museums and reciprocity.No amount of book reading can compare to knowing familiar obscure details about the towering dinosaur fossils or visiting the same gorillas four times a year or spending hours at the local children’s museum. Sure, these opportunities can be big financial investments, but given the right strategy, they don’t have to be. Learn how to travel and spend less on your adventures!