The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2016 + I’m giving away Lilla Rose Flexi Clips!

Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2016


I just wanted to let you know about the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle and how you can get a FREE Lilla Rose Flexi Clip!

The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle has 83 eBooks & eCourses to make healthy living easier for you & your family. The best part? They are deeply discounted for a limited time!

What is regularly a whopping $2,669.53 is now on sale for just $29.97! How crazy is that?

To make this deal even sweeter, I have decided to give one (1) Lilla Rose Flexi Clip to each person who purchases the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle through my affiliate link! Because, why not feel elegant while getting healthy, right?

My absolute favorite item in the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle is the set of courses from Fit2B! I use and love their at-home workouts that are meant for busy moms!

I love the focus on a healthy gut, too. I am a firm believer in gut health making a huge difference in overall health and the resources in this bundle are amazing.

Plus, the bonuses are always awesome — physical products that are worth over $250! My favorite bonuses are from Grove Collaborative and MadeOn Skin Care Products!

How To Get Your FREE Flexi Clip

Click this link to purchase the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle and then email me a copy of your receipt at to receive 1 free Lilla Rose Flexi Clip within 4 weeks.

Size & style of the flexi clip will vary – it will be x-small or small size while supplies last, with a possibility of a mini or medium size – but will be 100% beautiful, elegant, & durable as all of our Lilla Rose products are! See below for a sample.  

(direct link to purchase the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle:

Have questions? Send me an email!

Happy shopping and healthy living,
ClarissaLilla Rose Flexi Clips

The Fight For Freedom: True Stories of America’s War for Independence (review & giveaway)

The Fight For Freedom: True Stories of America's War for Independence (review & giveaway) for 4-6th grades


I am always looking for engaging and fun ways to teach subjects in our homeschool. Especially for history, I find that reading about it in story form is more exciting than just reading the facts & dates from a textbook. Well, what if there were a “textbook” that read like a story? The Fight For Freedom elementary student textbook by Rick & Marilyn Boyer is exactly that! The book’s tagline is “True Stories of America’s War for Independence”. You can’t beat stories that are also true!

The accompanying Teacher Guide makes using the textbook in your homeschool super easy. Just open & go!

(Enter to win your own set of The Fight For Freedom Student Textbook & Teacher Guide at the bottom of this post!) Read more

Nature Study Science Resources For Elementary Grades

Nature Study Science Resources For Elementary Grades


This year we are using a few different nature study science resources to focus on animals, the seasons, weather, and all of “nature” with all 7 of my kids (ages 2-11). In addition to nature science, my oldest will be reading two other general science textbooks that correlate with our history studies. Since he loves reading science textbooks, I am always adding them to our library to accommodate his learning style. But, otherwise, we will be taking a nature study approach to science.

I am really looking forward to doing science this year, which is sort of a first for me. I am not really a “science person”. However, I am excited that I have found a way to make science work for my STEM-less personality, haha! (STEM = science, technology, engineering, math). These are mostly geared toward my younger kids in preschool and lower elementary grades. Read more

Sixth-Grade Homeschool Curriculum For 2016-2017

Sixth-Grade Homeschool Curriculum For 2016-2017


Our eclectic style homeschool allows me to mix & match curriculum and pull resources from a variety of places, and I love doing it! Here is the sixth-grade homeschool curriculum I am using with my oldest child for “occupational education, science, math, language, social studies, history, health, reading, writing, spelling, and the development of an appreciation of art and music” (as required by Washington state). I have tried to tie all of our subjects together, using history as our main focus. We are studying The Middle Ages in history this year, so science, art, and literature reflect that.

Lord willing, our homeschool year will run from September 2016 through July 2017. We will take a 1-week break each month and then take off all of August for summer. This schedule worked well for the 2015-2016 school year, so we’re hoping it will this year.

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