10 Battery Saving Tips When You’re Van-Schooling – WHS 163

The homeschooling year has started for many. That means long days sitting around the kitchen table reading books and listening to mom or dad lecture about Algebra or World History.

Maybe that’s the way thing go in your house but my family is out of the house a lot. That means having to do school work in the van sometimes. Maybe the kids can catch up on some reading or do math drills with one of the Kindle Fire tablets.

If your family is like ours you may find yourself running out of power for all of those devices if you’re out of the house for a few hours. That may lead to multiple devices needing to be charged at the same time. Here are 10 Battery Saving Tips When You’re Van-Schooling that will settle squabbles over the power outlets in your van.
10 Battery Saving Tips When You're Van-Schooling

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Hitting the Road with Kimberly Travaglino – WHS 162

Have you ever thought about hitting the road and living a modern, nomadic lifestyle? How would you start that transition? What would be the most challenging aspects of living in an RV full-time?

Today’s guest, Kimberly Travaglino, is an author, co-founder of Fulltime Families RV membership club, and fellow podcaster at Roadschool Moms. Her family has been traveling the country via RV since 2010. They have been to 39 states to date and have no end to their journey in sight.
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Should You Upgrade to Windows 10? – WHS 161

If you have Windows 7 or Windows 8 you’ve probably seen a notification from Microsoft urging you to upgrade to Windows 10.

For many people, upgrading an operating system is a daunting task. There are some concerns over losing your existing files, settings, and other customization.

On top of all that, there has been a lot of press about privacy concerns with Windows 10.

In this episode of The Wired Homeschool I will answer the question, “Should You Upgrade to Windows 10?”

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5 Ways to Increase Your Tech Budget for Homeschooling – WHS 159

This week’s topic is inspired by a recent episode of Homeschooling in Real Life, Can We Afford to Homeschool?

I understand that many homeschooling parents are on a tight budget. My family is on a tight budget. The challenges of maintaining a household on one income can really put a lot of stress on homeschooling parents.

With that in mind, I want to share with you 5 Ways to Increase Your Tech Budget for Homeschooling.

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