You Are Browsing ‘Guest Post’ Category

This is a guest post written by Marie Miguel. Marie Miguel is an avid internet researcher. She is fueled by her determination to answer the many questions she hasn’t been able to find the answer to anywhere else. When she finds these answers she likes to spread the knowledge to others seeking help. She is always looking for outlets to share her information, therefore she occasionally has her content published on different websites and blogs. Even though she doesn’t...

This is a guest post written by Rachael Gallows. Rachael is the epic educator behind The Experienced Graduate. She provides free resources for parents of teens that are struggling in school. Rachael believes every teen has the capability to earn academic success on their own. You can connect with Rachael through Facebook or Twitter. For many parents, academic struggles are an everyday part of life for their children with ADHD. Regular classroom learning becomes difficult,...

This is a guest post written by Sarah Grace Del Rosario. Sarah is a mommy blogger and freelance event stylist at Del Rosario events. She also works as a community outreach specialist and blogger at Formuland.com, a company providing holle baby formula and other organic products for babies. When not busy working, you can see her showcasing her paintings and recipe failures at The Thrifty Senyorita.   When your child has ADHD, there’s a chance that you would usually argue...

This is a guest post by Kristi Lazzari Kristi Lazzari is a chaotic mom and freelance writer living in rural Alabama. She is passionate about music, books, motherhood and mental health awareness. She writes for NewLifeOutlook|ADHD and on her blog, ADHD Kristi & Co. If you have a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you’re probably all too familiar with the social ups and downs and pains they go through trying to fit in. We love our children’s quirks...

Guest post by Andrew from FutureSchool Avoiding Cold/flu, healthier at Home. Healthier in General The dreaded cold and flu season is upon us, so now is the time to talk about how to avoid them and stay healthy. For those partaking in online homeschooling, it is more likely for you to be able to avoid the sickness that seems to spread like wildfire in the school system. But we all know that these sicknesses seem to spread amongst people who are closely in contact, and it wouldn’t do any good for the teachers (parents) to get sick at...

‹ Navigate ›