Merry Christmas! ANOTHER Learning Well Journal Giveaway Bundle!

I am back again this Friday for another December giveaway of the Learning Well Journal!

At the beginning of November, we launched Learning Well Journal. This is a quarterly magazine for Christian homeschool families and something that has been in my wheelhouse for years. It was such an amazing experience to walk through each step and get it launched and now the first issue is on it’s way to subscriber’s mailboxes!

Each quarterly issue includes encouragement and inspiration for your home, homeschool, family and faith. The magazine is designed around a verse in scripture.

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The first issue was written around Deuteronomy 6:9 and focused on diligence. It includes winter weeknight recipes, an afternoon unit study idea, inspiring articles on faith, and so much more.

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You might have missed out on subscribing to that first issue. OR you may have subscribed but wish you could give one to a friend too. You are in luck because today we are giving away the premier issue of Learning Well Journal along with some other fun goodies too!

This giveaway is for anyone who wants to check out Learning Well Journal and loves making lists! Sign up below to enter to win:

  • the Winter 2021 issue of Learning Well Journal
  • a Weekly Planning notebook
  • My favorite pens!
  • a Delicious Candle 🙂


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I will announce a winner on Tuesday (December 22nd, 2021). And don’t worry if you don’t win this time–we’ve got another fun giveaway coming NEXT Friday too!


  1. It seems that I cannot live without a daily to do list!!! It saves my sanity most days 🙂

  2. Yep, I make a daily to-do list in my daily planner. I also usually have an on-going list that I try to update at the beginning of the week.

  3. I always have a running to-do list, but it’s usually on a piece of scratch paper. Would be fun to have a dedicated place for my lists! This giveaway looks awesome! Merry Christmas!

  4. Yes. Must have a list. And to piggyback off of your unpopular opinion post, we made the worst mistake getting an “elf on the shelf” years ago. Well, we got a new dog over the summer and she could not put up with the elf and her creepy self. She tore it to pieces the first chance she could get 😂🤣. While my 8 year old was sad, it was the best thing ever.

  5. I definitely need a list to stop by brain from spinning. I use some digital lists on my phone but mostly paper pencil.

  6. I have an ongoing list but it gets out of control. I’m spending time during Christmas break to refine my system and daily tasks.

  7. I missed out on subscribing so this giveaway is great. I’m not a great daily planner but am trying to get better!

  8. I’m definitely a list gal, but intend to write lists in numerous places and thus lose many of my lists 😂

  9. Lists keep me focused. Once it is out of my brain and onto paper, I feel like I can accomplish what I need to!

  10. I am a recovering list maker who is finding the balance between realistic items to have on a list vs writing a list to cross something off that has already been completed or simply should have never been worthy of being on a list. 🙂

  11. Yes. I make a list for everything. I like to make a big master list at the beginning of the week and then use that to build daily lists.

  12. Yes. And nothing digital. Paper and pencil lists. And probably multiple lists. In different rooms. More like brain dumps. Right?

  13. I am awful at making lists consistently, but when I do I am always so glad.
    Same with meal planning 🤦🏼‍♀️

  14. I am definitely a person who needs/uses a list. I’m asking for a planner for Christmas to help me in organizing my list-making!

  15. This year I am working on organizing myself and setting priorities – maybe this journal will help me on my journey? 🤔😊

  16. I try to make lists and then I lose them or just don’t use them after I write them! 😆

  17. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

    I am an inconsistent list maker so I don’t know that it always helps me. I also often have multiple lists going – kind of like brain dumps on random scraps of paper. I think that a system might help me stay on top of it all better!

  18. Normally I do a weekly list but when I feel I have too many things that need to be done for the week then I’ll break things down by days. Thank you 🙂

  19. I definitely need a daily to do list with 5 kids going every which way. I’m trying to switch from pencil/paper (which I love) to my phone. Using the Cozi app and liking it so far!

  20. What a lovely giveaway!!

    I enjoy making lists. Oh my. Not sure how I’d get things accomplished without them! But I’m often guilty of writing EVERYTHING down. That way I feel like I did more. Lol. Wake up. Check. Get dressed. Check. Brush teeth. Again, check. lol.


  21. I don’t make a “daily” list, more of a “all I have to do list” that I work on til it’s done. It’s an organizational habit I’d like to work on though. I keep too much in my head!

  22. I do have a daily list, as well as an ongoing list. That’s why most planners don’t have enough space for me! 😃

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