Monday, February 1, 2016

Soup to Nuts

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Soup to Nuts
This week I've been asked to write a piece for the website Secular's weekly discussion called Soup to Nuts. A forum for in-depth weekly conversations about homeschooling. My discussion is entitled: 

I Wish More Homeschoolers were Secular:
A Minority Within a Minority
The discussion will begin in the morning.

You can check out this week's conversation on the Soup to Nuts page over at

In case you are unfamiliar with, they are an excellent resource with tons of forums for connecting with other secular homeschooling families. Some of the forums include:
I've been looking through the forums tonight and I see that they are very active with hundreds of commenting members! The website has so much content in the form of articles, blogs, forums, curriculum reviews, and dozens of other types of content. It's a great resource for finding other like-minded homeschooling parents. They even offer a weekly newsletter sent to your personal email if you choose.

And, of course, you can also find them over on Facebook.

So I hope you check out my discussion this week and share your questions, comments, and wisdom! I would appreciate some friends and familiar faces!

Have you been on Secular
Do you frequent there?
The conversation now is the difference between

secular and atheist.

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