The Professor is in…

… and she is on a quest to prepare today’s youth for a lifetime of leadership. Welcome! A few years ago, I launched Professor Mom as a homeschooling resource site to give parents and students insight and strategies for learning.  In today’s knowledge-based economy, technical knowledge simply isn’t enough.  Strong leadership skills are critical for

Let’s Hear it for a Sanity Break

Has it been 6 weeks since I have posted? Too long… my baby blog does not like to be left alone, so here I am mulling what has happened.  Does anyone else out there ever find that sometimes backing away from life a bit helps them to prioritize a little better?  That has been the

Service: Small Effort, Meaningful Results

Sometimes, God speaks to me in little whispers.  Sometimes, He is silent.  Right now, though, He is shouting in both ears.  I read an article this morning that briefly mentioned sacrificial living.  Even though that wasn’t the topic of the article, those words stood out big and bold to me.  Sacrifice and service are difficult

How to Live with Life

Two women are walking down the street.  One looks as though she bears the weight of the world on her shoulders.  Her hair is stringy and her expression growly as she walks along in her mismatched sweatsuit with her shoulders slumped.  The two children she is almost dragging with her are fighting between themselves and

Are you Jesus?

This morning, bleary-eyed and rushing around to get everyone ready for Sunday School and Church, I took a moment for a morning email check.  This is an excerpt from an email I received from my in-laws.  In all of the craziness of the morning, I have to share it.  Many of you may have already

“She Speaks” Conference – Proverbs 31 Ministries

For all of you who are looking forward to summer and want to propel yourself forward in time to warmer weather, check out BooMama’s post on the "She Speaks" Conference put on by Proverbs 31 Ministries coming this summer to Concord, North Carolina.  (BooMama herself is on the speaker’s roster!) Here is a blurb from

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