It is hard to live through dark times. When the world narrows. If all you see are the horrors outside. Feeling trapped. When the only place you can go is . . . your home.Continue reading “How to Survive Dark Times: A Letter to Friends”
Top Posts of 2018
It’s been a long year here.
As with all years, there are good and bad things that happened; Some big and minor crises, and so many adventures and misadventures. 2018 has been a wild ride.
One of the massive good things has been my fellowship with Writers Victoria. It’s been fantastic to work with the wonderful people there in the Write-Ability team, and I am thoroughly enjoying it – with the usual caveats for my own anxiety, imposter syndrome and general ADHD-ness which always adds interesting flavours to anything.
So, there has been, as usual, a lot of work happening behind the scenes, which I will hopefully I be able to share with you all soon.
In the meantime, here are the top posts at Yellow Readis for the year.Continue reading “Top Posts of 2018”
2016 in Review
So in memoriam to 2016, here are the most popular posts of the year! Continue reading “2016 in Review”
2015 in Review
Well, it’s the end of another year, and it’s time for a roundup of what’s been happening over here in 2015!
Continue reading “2015 in Review”
Asynchronous Homeschool Central: Curriculum
Having an overarching plan for the year is something that I have never quite managed. I can never be sure how long my kids ‘passion of the moment’ will last …a hour, a day. a week, a month or longer.
As a result I tend to have overarching goals rather than exact plans – and I’ll try and put them here in some kind of logical order!
Continue reading “Asynchronous Homeschool Central: Curriculum”