Time is money, and finishing a degree in two years or less can help you get ahead of the competition when applying for jobs.
My first summer away from home I got my sister back and my first time on an airplane was a first class experience.
By Emily Russell Summer’s little sister went missing in Katrina – and her mother blames Summer. Summer Elmwood’s parents don’t believe in television, computers, cell phones, air conditioning, or caller ID. They don’t believe in evacuation, either – which is how they ended up living in their local Baptist Hospital when Hurricane Katrina hit New […]
Hot weather doesn’t have to mean showing a lot of skin. Covering up is also a choice. So how do you stay cool and comfortable while dressing modestly – and why is it a good idea? Here is Homeschooling Teen‘s guide to modest summer fashion… The Bible says that “women should adorn themselves in respectable […]
I’ve saved the best (or at least, the most important to me personally) for last. This week is the crown jewel of this season of Xbolt’s Anime Reviews. A Touhou anime. Granted, it’s not an official anime done by a professional studio, but honestly, who cares? The fans who put this together did a superberiffic […]
College Bound Reading List Books for Summer Relax and be inspired with these books about sailing and the sea, nature, travel, adventure, and more. Dana, Richard Henry. Two Years Before the Mast. (A detailed autobiographical account of a two-year trip out of Boston and around Cape Horn to California circa 1834. For an extra touch […]
This review was originally published at http://www.knowledgehouse.info/review_SaintNick.html Josh Burk, a homeschool graduate, wrote his first book after finishing college. The goal was to create a novella for young teen readers that would be both entertaining and educational, seeking to improve the readers’ vocabulary while delivering a captivating story. The end result was The Summer of […]