Author: Danielle Papageorgiou

Danielle Papageorgiou has been homeschooling, or “lifeschooling,” for 17 years (she counts birth as day 1!) and has run the WINGS Homeschool Group for the past eight. She has a passion for helping other homeschoolers learn how to homeschool in a way that does not compete with family life, but actually enhances it…homeschooling done in a spirit of freedom, not legalism.
Tips and Deals for Saving Money
Tips and Deals for Saving Money

I don’t know about you, but I’m really feeling the need to reign in my spending and do a better job with budgeting and saving money! I am not a numbers or details girl and sometimes it gets me into trouble. But of course, that’s no excuse to quit trying. And God is so gracious…

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Lifeschooling Lessons in Love Through COVID-19
Lifeschooling Lessons in Love Through COVID-19

This time in our world is certainly not an easy one. And I’ve shared in another post a bit about lifeschooling through COVID-19, But this time, I want to share a bit of my heart with you and what the Lord has been teaching me. Maybe He’s been teaching you some of the same things…

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The Most Important Lesson You Can Teach
The Most Important Lesson You Can Teach

When my husband was young, he was inspired to ask for wisdom by this verse.   If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him. – James 1:5, ESV   The thought that he could just pray and ask for wisdom…

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Math, Science, English, and...Film: Lifeschooling through a Film Project!
Math, Science, English, and…Film: Lifeschooling through a Film Project!

In the fall of 2018, my oldest two children, Konur and Elleina, had the wonderful opportunity to help with a film project their friend, Matthew McCoskey, was creating. What an amazing experience this was for both of our families! We have been friends with the McCoskey family for close to 10 years now, and despite…

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10 Simple Steps to Start Homeschooling (or Lifeschooling)
10 Simple Steps to Start Homeschooling (or Lifeschooling)

Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I only recommend resources that I believe are valuable and helpful to my subscribers, and all sales go to help support this ministry and my family. Thank you!   With the current situation in our nation, many moms are suddenly finding themselves homeschooling, whether they…

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Lifeschooling and the Coronavirus/COVID-19
Lifeschooling and the Coronavirus/COVID-19

EDIT: Please bear in mind that so much information is swirling around this issue and things seem to be changing rapidly, both with the impact of COVID-19 and the understanding of it. My own perspective is continually evolving. Please remember that we all need to be doing our own research so we can take care…

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First Lady: a Fun Romance Movie for the Whole Family!
First Lady: a Fun Romance Movie for the Whole Family!

Being “first lady” is much more than simply being the wife of the president. This position is a job in and of itself! So, what happens when there is a “job opening” for this position and one particular lady seems exceptionally qualified? And what happens when she is not actually married to the president? My…

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Set Free from the Enemy! Elleina's Story
Set Free from the Enemy! Elleina’s Story

For a number of months now, my followers have heard me hint in e-mails and on Facebook about the incredible things the Lord has done in the life of my sweet daughter, Elleina. I simply didn’t have time for the full story and I was waiting a bit longer to see how things continued to…

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Lifeschooling FAQs
Lifeschooling FAQs

Here are some of the questions parents have asked about lifeschooling: How many subjects do I actually need (I know what my state requires, I want to know more practically what is necessary)? What is the minimum I can teach and still feel confident I am teaching well? How do you discern what is learning…

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Lessons from Count Zinzendorf - Christian Heroes Then and Now
Lessons from Count Zinzendorf – Christian Heroes Then and Now

Homeschool conference vendor halls… They are ubiquitous with moms rolling book-laden plastic crates on wheels behind them and children mobbing the booths with hands-on activities. Oh, and let’s not forget those beautiful brown skyscraper stacks of Christian Heroes Then and Now books! What homeschooling mom hasn’t dreamed of walking out the door balancing that giant…

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