Kim Bauer's Blog – September 2010 Archive (4)

Fun Fridays Should Definitely Involve Food on Your Face



Homeschool in my house revolves around two pimply faced ‘tweens. Honestly, they aren’t that pimply yet, but every day I can feel it coming. It’s like a deep, gutteral rumbling below the surface and I am bracing myself for the inevitable eruption.



With increased hormonal secretions, hygiene has become of paramount importance. I find…

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Added by Kim Bauer on September 18, 2010 at 3:30am — No Comments

Remembering 911 and How My Family Was Given a Second Chance.

Photo Credit: Falling Man by Richard Drew, AP

Friday night I walked into the family room and found my two children plopped in front of the TV. They were not just watching. They were glued--eyes large as ping pong balls. They had chosen a documentary on the history channel about 911. I entered at during the tragic scene in which victims were jumping out of the towers because jumping from a 90 story building seemed to be a better choice than incineration.



"Turn it off", I… Continue

Added by Kim Bauer on September 11, 2010 at 7:25pm — No Comments

Woman in Mid Forties Dreams ONLY of the Nissan Cube!

I am a recovering material girl. Over a short span of two decades, my husband and I managed to accumulate an impressive collection of “status symbols” which I enjoyed until I realized how much excess “baggage” we were carrying around. I have become more practical in my 5th decade (that would be my 40’s). I have stopped worrying about what will “impress”. I now follow my heart to make decisions.…

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Added by Kim Bauer on September 9, 2010 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

5 Ways to Improve Your Kid's Education--Part One.

The education system is failing in many ways. As parents, we must ask, “What steps can I take to improve my kids education?” Through homeschooling, I have gained firsthand experience on how parents can be better advocates for their kids. In this five part article, I hope to share some of those strategies with you.



I have purposely excluded "volunteering" from this article. In many schools, it’s required and for numerous parents, it's an obvious first choice.… Continue

Added by Kim Bauer on September 8, 2010 at 8:40pm — No Comments

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