Mom, Wife, Teacher, Student, Author

I'm often asked, "What do you do?" I have to smile and simply say, "What don't I do?"

Of the many hats I wear on a daily basis, at the core of my soul I am a child of God. My hope is to encourage & edify you through the written word.

Of the many hats I wear on a daily basis, at the core of my soul I am a child of God. My hope is to encourage & edify you through the written word.


wilbanksMany years ago a dream of writing was birthed within my heart and mind. This dream grew roots and firmly planted itself within me. While I was unaware of this growth for quite some time, it eventually grew into a mighty oak. I could no longer ignore it, for its great trunk stood boldly inside and its tenacious arms wrapped around my heart.

I embraced this writing aspiration. My love affair with words had long exceeded this dream. Yet with this acceptance came fear, self-doubt, trepidation and vulnerability. Can I do it justice? Will I reach my goals? Do I have what it takes?

Overcoming “self” is the greatest accomplishment I have achieved so far. Reclaiming myself and my desires and dreams has been by far the sweetest victory yet. Knowing that I can do anything I set my mind to is enough to give me courage to continue pushing forward.

37 Tips For Successful Homeschooling

37 Tips For Successful Homeschooling: A beginner’s guide to make homeschooling fun and easy for the entire family is a tips booklet, providing encouragement and support for new homeschooling parents, or those who are considering homeschooling.

48 pages
Trim size: Approx. 8 x 5.2

What readers are saying about 37 Tips For Successful Homeschooling:

“I wish I had this book at the very beginning…”

“I have been homeschooling my child for three years now, and I wish I had had this book at the very beginning. This small book packs a punch as it bolsters the confidence of the new homeschooling parent. And even though the author has indicated this is a beginner’s guide, I found the wisdom of each idea to be a gentle reminder to even the experienced homeschooler. I will be keeping this book on my shelf to pull down whenever I have one of those days that I am wondering why I chose to homeschool my child. It will be a great resource to me as it reminds me of what is truly important and helps me to keep our homeschool program fresh and new.” ~Brenda Emmett

“Good reference to read through and digest…”

“I was homeschooling my nephew during the majority of last year, and I really would have benefited from the tips contained within the pages in this book. Mrs. Wilbanks points out specific tips, and why they’re important. Of these tips, I should have found a local support group. This would have helped me hear from and understand that the homschooling process is just that, a process. (a challenging one, at that) I also should have learned to “chill” because, as Hope points out, we’re not always going to be on our game all the time. I recommend this book for those who are new to homeschooling, or for those who are looking for a gift to give someone who is just getting started. Not only is it a good reference to read through and digest from the get-go, but it’s also one that makes a handy desk-reference to look on upon when struggles or challenges begin rearing their ugly heads.” ~Jenn Greenleaf

                                                                                 Best SEO companies provide quality services

RSS What’s new at Reshaping My Heart

  • Bible in 90 days successfully completed
  • Photography Contest {Animals}
  • Food photography contest

RSS What’s new at WAHM Writers

  • Business Writing: The Dangers of Rushed Writing
  • Business Writing: Do you write to help others?
  • Business Writing: Know Your Audience
  • Sneak Peek Saturday 2/5/11
  • Write To Help Others