{Homeschooling in High School} High School Testing

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(source) When planning high school, you’ll find there are several tests your student can take.  Various career tests, college prep tests, college admissions tests. . .they haven’t even started and yet tests are looming ahead! Let’s look at some of these tests, what they cover, and if they’re necessary for your student. Career Tests Our… Continue Reading –>

Spring Cleaning at Whole Intentions

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Spring Cleaning

I’d like to say ‘happy spring’ but here in Minnesota we went from 75 degrees on Saturday to 46 degrees today. Instead of opening the grill for lunch I make broth soup and stuck my feet by the heat register. But I’m happy to be indoors a little longer because that means I can continue… Continue Reading –>

{Homeschooling in High School} How to Prepare A High School Transcript

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(source) Writing the high school transcript isn’t as scary as it sounds. Once you’ve figured out how to grade and plan your student’s high school years, what credits are and how to give credits, all you have to do is write it all down. But if you’re like me, you like to see samples before creating your… Continue Reading –>

{Homeschooling in High School} Defining Fine Arts, Electives & Extra Curricular Activities

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Welcome back to the next post in our Homeschooling in High School series. If you’re just joining us, you can read our previous posts, High School Grading & Planning, and Explaining High School Credits. Today we’re going to define fine arts and electives, explain how they calculate into high school credits, and then throw in some extra… Continue Reading –>

Top 10 Health Benefits of Sea Salt

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Top 10 Health Benefits of Sea Salt If you’re the least bit health conscious you’ve probably heard of sea salt and are hopefully putting it to good use! Sea salt has so many wonderful health benefits and can be used for so many things beyond cooking. Let’s take a look at those benefits and how… Continue Reading –>

{Homeschooling in High School} Explaining High School Credits

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Welcome to our second post in the Homeschooling in High School series. Don’t miss the first post where we talked about Grading & Planning. (source) Creating a high school transcript can be overwhelming. It definitely was for me. The thought of trying to organize what we’d done into an acceptable format on paper made me… Continue Reading –>

{Homeschooling in High School} Grading & Planning

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High School Grading & Planning

When I sat down to plan out our homeschooled son’s high school years, I was pretty lost. There was a lot of great information – but it was scattered all over the internet. As my brain got bogged down with planning, testing, grading, and transcripts, I wanted to crawl in a corner and pretend he was still… Continue Reading –>

Treating Migraines with Leaves

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(source) Migraines are no fun. If you’ve suffered from one, you’re probably nodding in agreement. Adamantly. I was never a victim of frequent migraines. If fact, up until a few years ago I couldn’t say that I’d ever had one. I’ve had bad headaches, yes, but I never classified them as a migraine because I… Continue Reading –>

6 Great Reasons for Homeschoolers to Use Tutors

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(source) Guest Post by Emma Taylor You have chosen to homeschool your child or children for very specific reasons. The ability to allow your children to learn at their pace and for you to have more influence on what and how they learn is invaluable and an important part of your family’s core values. Studies… Continue Reading –>

Sugar-Free Strategies – Baking with GNOWFGLINS

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After creating recipes for The Sweeter Side of Candida cookbook, Sarah and I’ve learned a few sugar-free strategies and tips about how to bake with stevia, which common kitchen seasoning is its best friend, and how to tell when you’ve added just enough – no matter what brand of stevia you’re baking with. Those tips, two of our… Continue Reading –>

The Sweeter Side of Candida Dessert Cookbook Sale & Giveaway

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We’re so excited to announce the arrival The Sweeter Side of Candida dessert cookbook in softcover!! We talk a lot about candida here at Whole Intentions. (Ya think?) It’s been a huge part of why we eat the way we do, and why so many of our health issues are gone. Is it easy – being on a strict… Continue Reading –>

Dairy-Free Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta

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Are you ready for a delicious dessert that is light, creamy, and dairy-free? Vanilla bean panna cotta sounds quite fancy, but is actually super simple to make and is a perfect vehicle for fresh berries. Grab your grass-fed gelatin and let’s get cooking! Ingredients: 1-13.5 oz. can coconut milk 2 cups cashew milk 1/3 cup sweetener… Continue Reading –>

Crunchin’ Fudge Bars

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Crunchin' Fudge Bars

Delicious, crunchy, chocolatey, and. . .healthy. Booyah!  Crunchin’ Fudge Bars (The Sweeter Side of Candida) 2/3 c. cocoa butter 2/3 c. raw cacao powder 3 Tbs. xylitol granules 1 c. almond butter** 1 c. old-fashioned oats 1/2 c. unsweetened coconut flakes 1/2 c. chopped almonds (or nut of choice) 1 tsp. vanilla extract stevia to… Continue Reading –>

10 Natural Ways to Boost Your Energy

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Fatigue is something that everyone experiences at one point or another in their life. With life comes, work, responsibilities, and a long list of other things that can leave little time for R&R, causing us to feel a bit unenergetic. When you do feel fatigued, it is important not to turn to those widely accepted,… Continue Reading –>

5 Anti-Inflammatory Herbs in Your Own Backyard

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(source, source) I’m a multi-tasker. My husband. . .isn’t. Maybe that’s why I love flower beds that double as herb gardens. They’re pretty and yet they serve a purpose at the same time. They’re ornamental and medicinal. Herbs That Help Inflammation One of the reasons I love herbs so much is because of their ability… Continue Reading –>

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