About Jenny

Jenny is a homeschooling mom of 4 and wife to a wonderful husband. She enjoys reading, a good cup of coffee, and spending time outdoors with her family. You can find her writing about Jesus, homeschooling, and life on her blog Our Inconvenient Family, and contributing regularly at Lifeschooling Conference.

How To Teach Grammar (the easy way)!

Jenny/ February 28, 2021/ Homeschool Reviews

Ok, so I’m being completely upfront and honest here…I don’t remember really learning grammar. I know I did have to learn something about it but obviously it didn’t stick with me because other than remembering what a noun, pronoun and verb were very foggily, that was it! So, how’s a mama to teach something she doesn’t know? Enter….IEW to the

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Enhance Learning with The Great Courses

Jenny/ February 20, 2021/ Homeschool Reviews

I had heard of The Great Courses but had never tried them. I’ve been wanting to but honestly couldn’t decide on which ones I wanted most so when I got the opportunity to review their yearly streaming service where you can access ALL courses for one very modest fee I was super excited! I thought this would be absolutely perfect

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“Inspirational Homeschooling”, Encouragement for Moms!

Jenny/ January 16, 2021/ Family Life, Homeschool Reviews

Are you a homeschooling mom deeply in need of encouragement? Are you getting discouraged with the day-to-day details of your homeschool? If so then you need to read Inspirational Homeschooling by Yvonne Strachan. I was blessed this winter to find Yvonne online and offered to review her book. (I love homeschooling books so I was super excited to do this.)

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The Ultimate Maple Syrup Donut Recipe!

Jenny/ November 12, 2020/ Family Life

Have you ever had homemade donuts? Oh my goodness if you haven’t you are truly missing on something special! These donuts are EXTRA special because they are 100% Whole Wheat, Maple Syrup Donuts!! Trust me, you are going to LOVE these 🙂 How to Make Maple Syrup Donuts & Recipe… Donuts aren’t actually difficult to make, just somewhat time consuming.

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