Seasons of Joy

Looking for a way to bring peace and joy to your day? Seasons of Joy is my 10-week seasonal guidebook to add rhythm and fun to your daily routine. Each guidebook has ten weeks' worth of circle times, stories, arts, crafts, and handwork, painting, playtime activities and more!
Seasons of Joy seeks to empower families to create peaceful rhythms and routines and joyful celebrations that follow the circle of the year. The blog also chronicles our adventures in living simply, loving exuberantly, and Waldorf inspired homeschooling.


Weekend Round-up!

Spring is in the air all over the Blogosphere!

I love this post on The Imagination Tree about making a play garden. I really want to set up a little area like this! And Keeper at Home has a great post on how to plan my garden.

Of course Holy Week is coming and The Catholic Toolbox, as usual, has some great ideas for marking the week. Living Crafts also has this great post from Suzanne Down showing you how to felt a black hen and chick. This would be awesome in an Easter basket!

I love, love, love egg salad… but I don’t love the calories. With Easter coming we’ll have lots of hard boiled eggs, and I can’t wait to try this egg salad recipe from LaaLoosh! And I’ve heard so much about kale chips. Here’s a recipe for spicy kale chips from $5 Dinners!

We’re wrapping up the school year and looking for some ways to keep things fresh. Mathwire is one of my new favorite education blogs– check out this post on writing in math.

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