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  1. Anonymous says:
    331 of 341 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Homeschooling high schoolers from rest?, March 24, 2016
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    A Quiet Life

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    First of all, this is a good book. A very good book. I read it three times in a row to let its wisdom sink in. It gives an excellent reorientation toward a God-dependent commitment to the souls of our children, the reason that most of us are homeschooling in the first place. And it’s not just philosophical; it’s also practical. Sarah Mackenzie gives good suggestions for pursuing a restful home education setting, rather than a frenzied, academic-success driven one. But, I found myself wondering, how will this model look in the high school years? The author herself hasn’t yet plunged into the waters of homeschooling high schoolers, waters that often feel very icy with uncertain post-secondary plans, SATs, dual credit options, and college applications circling us like sharks! She encourages parents not to worry if we don’t finish the math book this year as long as we’ve focused on the deeper things of goodness, truth, and beauty, and I love her advice. For those of us with teenagers, however, who will soon need to enter or reenter the world of textbooks, standardized evaluations, and transcripts, our kids just need to finish the math book this year or they can’t move on to the next level of math. Whether they see the beauty in Algebra 2 or are inspired by it is very easily shuffled off to the side in the necessity of passing the CLEP test so we can get a jump on college credits and possibly afford a college education. I’d love to see a Teaching High School from Rest after the author has the homeschooling of a few teens under her belt!
  2. Anonymous says:
    33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Read for yourself and decide, January 19, 2019
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    Allie Wheat

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    I want to start by saying that this author comes across as a genuine person who truly wants to share wisdom that she has learned and this review is in no way an attack on her character. Just to share that prior to reading this book I had only listened to a recent podcast of hers. My first red flag was all of the advertisements and reminders to join her “premium club” membership. If you truly want to share Gods love and wisdom, you don’t sell it (like SOOOO many other bloggers do), unless of course you have a tangible product. The first few pages of this book made several valid points that I find pretty thought provoking. But after about page 17 I found things we’re getting very repetitive and I was being fed a lot of flowery words and phrases mingled with empty positive affirmations. The content in this book would be better suited in a daily desk calendar. It felt more like the target audience was for Catholics which is totally fine, she has the right to write to whomever she pleases. I did find it ironic that she, being Catholic, gave lots of advice to not add extras but maybe that was just me! This book has mostly positive reviews so I don’t know if this book just wasn’t my style or if I’m burned out from a screaming one year old!!!! 🙂
  3. Anonymous says:
    31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Exactly what I needed to read, February 24, 2018
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    Amazon Customer (Baltimore, MD)

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    This review is from: Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Unshakable Peace (Kindle Edition)
    Each of my three years of homeschooling (so far) I have reached February-March and began to question everything I’m doing. Maybe I need a new curriculum. Maybe I need to commit to a new method. Maybe I need to overhaul our daily routine and really buckle down. Do I even know what I’m doing? Am I doing any of this right? Maybe I should have left this up to the experts. Thankfully this year a fellow HS mom recommended this book to me and it was exactly what I needed to read. My anxiety has settled immensely in the past 24 hours since I picked it up. I felt like I highlighted 3/4 of the book because so much of it spoke right to me and the struggles I’ve been having. If you’ve ever found yourself overwhelmed by whether or not use homeschooling “good enough,” I highly recommend this book to help you step back, take some deep breaths and calm your anxious mind and heart. It’s well-written, quick to read, and full of truth and excellent advice. I’ll probably read it many more times throughout my homeschooling journey!

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