What fuels homeschool mamas? One word: encouragement.
I attended a real-time homeschool conference years ago. It was a fourteen hour energy drink to reawaken my homeschool mama system. Two days of conference speakers engaging new ideas for studies and helping me discover more effective ways to approach my children and my homeschool lifestyle.
Homeschool conferences: energizing, clarifying, streamlining, simplifying my homeschool intentions.
I was reminded that homeschooling can be a thankless, tiring, exhausting, demanding job. Yet without gratitude, the show still goes on.
Homeschooling is also a deeply satisfying, gratifying, meaningful lifestyle that can help us develop our mama selves, our interpersonal world and our personal development.
I was reminded that our homeschool vision begins with knowing who we are and where our family is focused. The subsequent goals for our children’s education materialize based on that vision.
What is our family all about?
I can encourage my children in their interests, help to uncover their curiosities, learn to be kind, and encourage them to become the people they were born into the world to become. And I can develop me too.
I also know homeschool mamas need a little encouragement, so I endeavour to do that with my Homeschool Mama Self-Care book, through my podcast, weekly FREE Zoom chats, and my personal coaching.
Are you considering homeschooling your kids?
I’ve got a free mini-course that introduces you to me, so I can get you from “I don’t know where to start, to I’ve got a plan.”
I’ve got a full course that inspires you to consider what an education is anyway, and get you thinking and planning for your child’s education.
I’ve got a course that will get you from “I don’t think I can do this, I’m too uncertain, nervous, or afraid” to “I know I can do this, I’ve got this girlfriend.”