Homeschooling on a Limited Budget

by Deborah Taylor-Hough

As a long-time homeschooling mom, I lost track of the number of times I had newbie homeschooling moms crying on my shoulder about all the myriads of choices available for home education curriculum and supplies. Continue reading

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Latest issue of The Simple Times e-magazine just went live!

  • Kids and chores
  • Valentine’s ideas and recipes
  • reducing food waste
  • and LOTS more!

Featured articles from Real Simple, The Dollar Stretcher, and Better Homes and Gardens – I scour the Web each week for helpful and interesting articles so you don’t have to!  Be sure to sign up for email notification while you’re there.  You don’t want to miss the next issue!

https://paper.li/f-1405735575#!all

I have new books coming out soon!

Quick little teaser announcement: I have a couple of new books coming out over the next few months!

Well, actually one of them will be a fresh new edition of an older book that had gone out of print. There’ll also be a book on home education for those of you into that sort of thing.  Stay tuned for more announcements as we get closer to the release dates.

In the meantime, have your read my other books yet? 8)


Browse My Books:
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To order your own copy of any of these titles right now, click on the book titles (below).

Books by Deborah Taylor-Hough:

  1. Frugal Living For Dummies®
  2. Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month
  3. Frozen Assets Lite & Easy
  4. Frozen Assets – Kindle version NEW!

Dan Stults Memorial Fund

My friend, Megan, set up this GoFundMe site to help with funeral and living expenses for her good friend’s widow and daughter who were suddenly and unexpectedly left without a husband, father, or income on Monday.

Please consider helping support Dan’s family during this time of grief and transition.

Anything helps! Sharing with friends and family would be helpful, too.

 http://www.gofundme.com/k7007s

“I resolve to read for fun every day with my child.”

One year–a long, long time ago–my New Year’s resolution was to get into the habit of reading aloud to my kiddos every evening from a “just for fun” book.

That was a resolution I kept for many, many years to come. And one of the best habits we ever built into our family.

I highly recommend it!  :)

For suggestions on books to read aloud with your family, check out this list of Twaddle-Free Literature by grade level:

Recommended Children’s Literature by Grade Level

Happy reading! :-)

~Debi