I have a pressing question. What do Australians do? Do they start the school year in September, and then work through the summer (our winter) then get their summer break with snow? Do you start in April and stop in November? What happens? If you’re an Aussie, please comment and tell me because summer without swimming and flip flops sounds sad. (Of course, it could just be a plain answer, like you start in the same month as pretty much everyone else.)
But if you’re reading this, that means that I finished school, which to me, is the definition of summer. Continue reading
Hiya people. It’s almost summer!!! [It feels like it already, (already had the first sunburn of the season) but we have to wait a few more days for it to be official.]
Sorry for lack of posts… I won’t even make up an excuse. So saying, the schedule for this is going to change a little. Haha, like I had a schedule in the first place… Continue reading
Writers and their weird poses and positions. This is a widely used guide by all writers about the wheres, hows, and whens of writing places, poses, and times.
(Warning: This may be dangerous information for the beginning writer. If you like writing in one position, at one place, stay away. You stay just how you are. It’ll be better for your posture in the long run.) Continue reading
Hi all of you out there! *waves* It’s been a long while. But I have returned! (From TeenPact, sickness, and school.)
I’ve been tagged with the Blue Sky Tag by Hailey of haileyhudson.wordpress.com. Go check out her blog, it’s inspiring. 🙂
That means I’m answering a whole bunch of questions, then nominating some more people for my own questions. Continue reading
So, apparently people like to read sarcastic posts about homeschooling. And I love writing sarcastic posts about homeschooling. Therefore, you get another homeschooling post.
It’s almost summer!!! All my classes (except the dreaded math) are ending this month!!! (Huge perk of homeschooling–all my classes end super early.) That means I’m
cramming frantically like the world’s ending studying for all the tests and trying to raise my grades a few points. That’s why this post is late.
Anyways, since people tend to think we homeschoolers sit around all day in their pajamas, hopefully this will dispel those myths. Continue reading
Let me say a scary word. GOALS.
Ah, goals. They’re shiny, impossible things that everyone wants to conquer, but they are kind of scary to because no one ever seems to complete them.
I have too many of them. And yet I add to the on-going list all. the. time.
Now, some people might say it’s good to make goals. People tend to make goals during New Years, but February rolls around, and everyone has quietly dropped those goals. (Except for the select few that actually keep those goals. In that case, good for you.)
Here’s the problem with goals. They tear me down. Continue reading
I’ve gotten tired of all the silly questions. (If you’re a homeschooler, you know what I mean.)
So from now on, anytime someone asks me one of these, I’m just going to point them to this helpful list. If you’re a non-homeschooler, do us a favor and read this list anyways so you don’t have to ask them yourselves. If you’re a homeschooler, well, I guess you’ll just feel with me. Continue reading