10 Indoor Activities for Bored Kids | Leverage Ambition

Oh man, this COVID situation really has us getting creative for our super bored kids! At first we were super happy that we were all together. Not having to get ready to go to work in the morning, and not having to get the kids ready for school was AWESOME! Photo by Rakicevic Nenad on … Continue reading 10 Indoor Activities for Bored Kids | Leverage Ambition

Homeschooling is Hard | Leverage Ambition

Another year of homeschooling via Zoom calls, and I have had enough. I understand it is not safe for kids to be together because of the corona virus, but enough is enough already. Public schools have completely shut down with no plan to get them back in school in sight. Instead of making a plan … Continue reading Homeschooling is Hard | Leverage Ambition

Women With Children Have Become Quakers During The Pandemic

Whitney Cummings states that women with children have all become Quakers on her Good For You podcast. It is not far off. The pandemic is a serious flu that has killed many during 2020.  Politicians, health sources and government entities are trying their best to keep the number of COVID cases down by making stay … Continue reading Women With Children Have Become Quakers During The Pandemic

How to Be ‘ THE GOODEST’ Mom During the Pandemic

Wowser this pandemic has been super tough on parents with school aged children! Parents have been forced to play teacher, assistant teacher, art teacher, gym teacher, computer teacher, technology teacher, and of course English teacher. My child told me I was the goodest mom today, so obviously I am lagging behind here. But in all … Continue reading How to Be ‘ THE GOODEST’ Mom During the Pandemic

Rage Against the Machine + Homeschooling 2020

It is just me or is anyone else truly, madly, and deeply disappointed with homeschooling in ANY school? My kids happen to go to a 10 out of 10 pubic school in Los Angeles, and it's awful still. I've run into parents that are in private schools as well, with high tuition price points. They … Continue reading Rage Against the Machine + Homeschooling 2020

New Work + School Week Sanity Schedule for Parents

We all need to stick to a steady weekly schedule to keep our families in check. Here is our New Work + School Week Schedule for Parents recommendations. You can use it as shown or you can make your own schedule that works better for your goals. 7am to 9am - Wake Up, Brush Teeth, … Continue reading New Work + School Week Sanity Schedule for Parents

Moms Are Doing Everything Now, But Milk The Cow

What more can you throw at us? And at this point, I am ready to buy a cow tbh. My husband went to the grocery store, and there was a blatant robbery right in front of his eyes. A homeless man full on filled up a basket of supplies and bounced. So now it's time … Continue reading Moms Are Doing Everything Now, But Milk The Cow

I Got 99 Problems But an App Ain’t One

If anyone is homeschooling their children, they have MOST DEFINITELY had difficulties with APPS and BROWSER BASED school logins in the last 48 hours. Do not panic. Remain calm. Email your teacher. Breathe In. Breathe Out. Repeat. You. Can. Do. IT. Breathe again. You got this. That is all. I will leave this RIGHT HERE. … Continue reading I Got 99 Problems But an App Ain’t One

Gearing Up for Elementary School

This is for you parents. It's that time we've all dreaded, all summer long. Back to school via home, aka homeschool. I've had in and out of consciousness panic attacks since August 1st. Pony up, parents! This is what we've done to prepare. We logged into our schools parent portal, and found out who our … Continue reading Gearing Up for Elementary School

Back to HomeSchooling Tips for the New Year

We are all in this together! Here are some tips to transition your children back into school in August/September that will help you keep your cool, AND get ahead of the game! 1. Buy Headphones Like legit ones. Beats by Dre or others may have higher volumes than actual kid headphones, but I would check … Continue reading Back to HomeSchooling Tips for the New Year