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Karen DeBeus

Karen DeBeus is a homeschooling mom to four children and a devoted wife to the love of her life. She is passionate about educating others about homeschooling and encouraging families along the way. She is the author of Simply Homeschool, Called Home, and her newest book, Real Homeschool will be released in August 2015. She writes about her thoughts on simplifying all areas of our lives on her blog, Simply Living…for Him where her goal is to encourage others to put God first in all they do. Simplifying is about getting back to the basics and reducing the physical clutter in our lives, as well as lessening “mental clutter." She is also the owner of Bible Based Homeschooling.


Simple Christmas


Remember, this year’s “must-have gifts,” are next year’s garage-sale items. I always try to keep that perspective before getting wrapped up in...

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Simple Wins

SIMPLE WINS - Simple is best. The noise of this world will continue to compete for our attention. Yet, the days where we are home with a simple schedule, living and loving together, are truly the best. #homeschool #planning

This year as we embark on our tenth year of homeschooling, I continue to learn every year that the simpler we keep things, the better we are for it. I...

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Science and Soul Lessons


Seeing Miracles in the Little Things God is always teaching us and demonstrating things to us through our world around us and through his creation. On...

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Simple December Homeschool


We have always taken December to do different things in our homeschool to focus on Christmas. They don’t have to be elaborate ideas or over the top ...

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A Living Timeline


A Simple and Meaningful Christmas Tradition While Christmas is such a special day, so much of the joy often gets lost in the busyness. So, we as a fam...

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The Bible as Our Core


Many years ago when we first began homeschooling, I had every intention of teaching Bible to my children. So many times, though, we would get busy, an...

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