Give the Gift of Learning Well Journal: 4 Gifting Ideas for Your Favorite Homeschool Mamas

The holidays are just around the corner and we have the perfect gift for your favorite homeschool friends and family! Learning Well Journal is a new quarterly print publication connecting family, faith, home and learning. We specifically created Learning Well Journal to help move us away from the constant pull of our phones, and into the beauty of intentional time well spent.

Each issue is filled with articles and ideas meant to both equip and encourage your homeschool journey, the long days of motherhood, and your walk as a Christian homemaker.

We have put together four different ways to gift Learning Well Journal this holiday season!

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The gift of Learning Well Journal is perfect for your favorite homeschool mamas! Here are four gifting ideas!

Gift the Gift of Learning Well Journal

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Giving a gift subscription to Learning Well Journal is so easy! You can sign up for a friend and they will receive the next upcoming issue. In the meantime, if you want to let them know a gift is coming, you can print off the free gift certificate and give to them.

Here are some great ideas for all the homeschool moms you might know!

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For the Mom Who Loves to Organize

Do you know a mom that gets excited when she gets a new planner? Or feels peace deep in her soul by organizing a closet or set of drawers? We all know one. In fact, you might even be one! Learning Well Journal is an excellent gift to give to the mom who loves to organize all the things! We thoughtfully add into each issue a handful of easy and delicious recipes that will help with weekly menu planning. In addition to this we carefully curate articles on home and homeschool organization that we hope will help bring some order into those areas.

For the Homemaking-Loving Mama

Homemaking is a part of every mom’s life. There is always laundry to do, meals to be made, and rooms to be cleaned. However homemaking is so much more than that. It’s about creating an atmosphere of peace in your home that allows everyone entering to take a deep breath of contentment as they walk through the door. Do you know a mom that could use some encouragement as she endeavors to create a place of belonging? Learning Well Journal is the perfect gift, filled with words of hope for the homemaking mom.

For the Mom Who Needs to Take a Deep Breath

It’s no secret that moms are some of the hardest working women out there. Between keeping the home, making sure everyone’s schedule works together, driving kids to and from all the things, cooking meals, being the shoulder to cry on, and so much more, sometimes mama just needs to take a deep breath. If you know someone that could use a few minutes to unwind and not think about her ever-growing to-do list, Learning Well Journal is exactly what you’re looking for. It is designed for moms to take a break, grab a cup of coffee, and savor the articles and ideas that have been so thoughtfully written and curated just for them.

For the New Homeschooling Mama

The last year has seen a huge increase in families moving into homeschooling, and we could not be happier! Those brand new to homeschooling can be easily overwhelmed by all of the curriculum options, education philosophies, not to mention actually teaching their children. Learning Well Journal would be an excellent gift option for a new homeschooling mom. It is filled with encouragement, unit study ideas, book reviews, and so much more to enrich your homeschool.

We hope these ideas inspire you, and that you make Learning Well Journal part of your gift giving this season. We know they won’t be disappointed!


  1. I usually put some good clean Murder mysteries on my list … it’s my little delight. And tea, a new mug, and maybe a hat/scarf/gloves matching set.

  2. I find a project that has measurable progress really helps as a homeschool mom of littles because the days often run together. For me, that is knitting, so I definitely had yarn on my list. Encouraging hobbies for homeschool moms is so important!

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