Book Review: Success for Teens

I’ve started lesson planning for my daughter’s freshman year. I’m walking a fine line; I want her to be well-educated without my having to spoon-feed her every lesson every day. I’ll be homeschooling four kids this year: Kindergarten, 2nd, 3rd, and 9th. So I’m going to have to budget my time wisely. There are also other things I need/want to do, food prep and chores for example. I need to exercise more. And I have to give a good show at this blog thing. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a reluctant writer. I can’t usually sit right done and pound something out stream-of-consciousness style. I need a plan, and I need to edit, which makes blogging more time consuming and more work like.

But I found this book. It’s going to help me. Success for Teens published by the Success Foundation. Their website can be found at I’ve just started reading, but the gist of the book is “small things matter.” Do a little every day; it adds up. So here I am doing a little bit again today.


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