I try to catch up on all my Google reader subscriptions every few days. Sometimes I get so far behind that I delete nearly everything without reading, and I often feel momentarily distressed about that. (I never delete my real-life friends' posts, by the way, so pipe down.) I don't really mind deleting crafting or DIY-type blogs, but most of my subscriptions are homeschool-related. What if I miss something? These are a few of the ones that I do read regularly, although often I don't get to spend as much time on each post as I'd like:
* The Carnival of Homeschooling. This week it is hosted by Melanie at Raising Real Men.
* The Weekly Wrap-Up at Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. I like reading what other homeschoolers do on a weekly basis.
* Simple Homeschool. And not just because I'm a contributor. The articles there are smart, savvy, and relevant.
* The Homeschool Classroom. Ditto, and lots of hands-on, put-in-practice type ideas.
* The Pioneer Woman Cooks. I know, I should be reading her homeschooling posts. But really it's her recipes that are a tremendous help to my life.
Speaking of helps, our support group had a roundtable discussion a few days ago, focusing mainly on Sonlight curriculum. But a couple of links came up that I was surprised to hear that only a couple other people knew about. These have been staples for me throughout my homeschooling career, and I figured everyone knew about them. So in case you haven't:
* Paula's Archives of Homeschooling Advice. Just everything is here.
* Donna Young's Homeschool Printables and Resources. Everything else is here.
What are your "must read" homeschooling blogs?