Tag: mindset

E67: What’s Your Normal: Whatever You Want It To Be

Hello and welcome back to the campfire! On today’s episode Nathan and I discuss what “Normal” means.  As homeschoolers we are considered abnormal by most of society because we are still the minority when it comes to educating our children.  We discuss how the… Continue Reading “E67: What’s Your Normal: Whatever You Want It To Be”

E66: The Big Life Journal / How Mindset Can Change Everything with Alexandra Eidens

Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Today we had the pleasure of having the founder of Big Life Journal, Alexandra Eidens, join us on the show. Together with her husband Scott, they created the Big Life Journal along with the Big Life Kids… Continue Reading “E66: The Big Life Journal / How Mindset Can Change Everything with Alexandra Eidens”

Change The Narrative To Change the Story

During my workout, my son asked if he could join me. Before I even said yes, he had run to grab his own resistance band, weights, and water. My husband snapped a photo of this moment and shared it with me and some family… Continue Reading “Change The Narrative To Change the Story”

COMFORTABLE BEING UNCOMFORTABLE : WHY WE DID THE POLAR BEAR PLUNGE IN LAKE ERIE

About two weeks ago we were down by the beach of Lake Erie on a cold December day. There were a few other people walking and checking out the waves but there was one group that stood out. They were in bathing suits and… Continue Reading “COMFORTABLE BEING UNCOMFORTABLE : WHY WE DID THE POLAR BEAR PLUNGE IN LAKE ERIE”

NOBODY LIKES A WHINER

The last few weeks have not been easy. It started when I got sick. The fact that we would have to quarantine for two weeks didn’t seem all that bad. We made it to about 12 days, I was feeling great but then, low… Continue Reading “NOBODY LIKES A WHINER”

Fear

I am sitting down here to write as I take a break away from my to-do’s. So, the past weeks for personal reasons, have been very hard for me. Between the pandemic and the air surrounding the elections and other stuff, I have been… Continue Reading “Fear”