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The winter doldrums are notorious for hitting homeschool moms during the long winter days in January and February when spring seems so far away. A great way to combat the winter blues is with a subscription to Homeschooling Today magazine. Tonight, you can enter to win a 1-year subscription to Homeschooling Today - encouragement sent right to your mailbox four times a year! HST Logo Earlier this year, Homeschooling Today came full circle when Alex and Ashley (Strayer) Wiggers, homeschool graduates and owners of Paradigm Press LLC, became the new publishers of Homeschooling Today magazine. The leadership team includes parents Greg and Debbie Strayer (co-founders of the magazine in 1992) and Josh and Cindy Wiggers, owners of Geography Matters. Homeschooling Today magazine provides information and encouragement from a Christian worldview. Additionally, the magazine offers ready-to-use lessons and activities for anyone who wants to expand the educational experience of their children, while keeping the approach to learning natural. To enter to win a 1-year subscription to Homeschooling Today, leave us a comment telling us your best tip for beating the winter doldrums. Earn an extra entries by liking Homeschooling Today magazine on Facebook or joining their email list. Be sure to use the Rafflecopter widget below to let us know which tasks you’ve completed. In addition to giving one person a 1-year subscription, we'd like to give everyone 25% off! If you don't win, use coupon code FBPARTY at checkout to receive 25% off the 1-year subscription price. Contest ends at 12:00 AM on January 31. Winners will be notified by February 1, 2013. a Rafflecopter giveaway


  • Posted On August 12, 2015 by Morgan L

    Wow! This would be awesome!

  • Posted On August 12, 2015 by Karen

    Lots of hands on involved craft projects to pass the long cold winter days.

  • Posted On August 12, 2015 by Joscelyne H

    Getting outside for fresh air and exercise when we can and some alone time for mom.

  • Posted On August 12, 2015 by Heather

    We take nice breaks, we use Trail Guide to Learning, and go 6 weeks, and we take off 2 weeks. The 2 weeks we’re off, we do LOTS of fun stuff :)

  • Posted On August 12, 2015 by Louise Hudson

    This would be very encouraging to receive.

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