Writing Letters

Attention, my two readers!

Letters from Heart’s Content has been brought under new management. (That’s still me.)  I am making some changes around here and blogging is a part of it.  I have kept a journal since I was 14 years old, because I seem to process life through a pen.   I love the flow of thought down my arm and into words. I marvel at the process of half-grasped concepts crystallizing into fully shaped form. I love words! They have to power to inform, encourage, create something new.

It is time to move from private journal writing to a public offering. Here is the plan: a tip a week for the busy homeschool mother and tutor. I explain the problem, the solution I think will fix it, and then show the results.  Keeping things real, I’m going to give you the ugly as well as the absolutely terrific, but I have been on this tour of duty since 1994 and I am pretty good at figuring out what might actually work.

So, welcome to The Practical Tutor series.

About lettersfromheartscontent

Mother of six, homeschool teacher, tutor with Classical Conversations, wife to a forester and educator. I tend a perennial garden with a riot of blossoms, ride my bicycle in and out of the watershed, play ocarina and a boom-chick accompaniment when my kids feel like playing contradance music. I love being home, but I love an open road and adventure, too. Classical Conversations' Writers Circle carries my article on some aspect of classical education once a month.
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