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Author: Janice Campbell

Blog Carnival: Summer Isn’t Over Yet

The Blog Carnival offers inspiration and encouragement as summer winds down and school begins. Enjoy!

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Getting Things Done (GTD) helps put the puzzle pieces back in place.

Back on the GTD Wagon

I hadn’t planned to read David Allen’s splendid Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity this summer, but when I found myself going in panicky circles after a recent business trip, trying to unpack, uncover my desk, plan means,...

Do what you love-- it's the path to success.

Why It’s Important to Work with What You Love

As you try to decide what to do for your first microbusiness, you may be tempted to research trends in order to find the most profitable niche. Research has it’s place, of course, but it’s not the only tool for...

The Stages of Learning Language Arts

There are five stages in learning language arts, and each stage has a different focus. This graphic will help you remember what to do when.

The Lady and the Unicorn- "Touch"

How to Find Your Heart-Based Business

I spoke at a conference this weekend about creating multiple streams of income, and had a lot of great conversations with people who were inspired by the idea. The first thing that many people asked was “How do I figure...

US Flag Day poster from 1917

Liberty and Entrepreneurship: A Few Quotes

In the month of July, I always stop to give thanks for the amount of liberty I enjoy as a citizen of the USA. Liberty plays an important role in successful entrepreneurship, so it’s particularly important for independent-minded entrepreneurs to...

How to Hold a Pen or Pencil

Writing fatigue and writers cramp are the inevitable result of holding the pen too tightly or in an awkward grip, and often students don’t even realize why writing is so hard. The physical act of penmanship is such a necessary part of school, it just seems wise to make it as painless as possible. Here’s help.

Charlotte Mason on Copywork

Charlotte Mason recommended copywork, which she called “transcription,” as an early step in teaching language arts. In Home Education, she wrote about the value of copywork, as well as what and how to copy. I have provided her instructions and added a few notes of my own.

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