Growth Mindset for Homeschoolers with Jenny Mouse

How we can utilize growth mindset for homeschoolers and incorporate in neural development for homeschoolers with author Jenny Misner.

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How Gretchen Rubin Informs My Homeschool

How does Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, inform my homeschool? Here’s actually how Gretchen Rubin informs my homeschool (even though she’s not a homeschooler): Straight up, we homeschool mamas need to fearlessly guard and strengthen our happiness. Cause what we have within us is what we have to offer our families. Here’s how…

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How to Handle Homeschool Overwhelm

One of the first things we can do to handle homeschool overwhelm is to consider where you are at in your own happiness. Then consider where you are at as you attempt to peacefully exist with other people. We usually project onto other people what we most want. And the working out of that can…

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The Podcast for the Overwhelmed Homeschool Mama

What are you going to hear on Season #4 of the Homeschool Mama Self-Care Podcast? This season is for the overwhelmed homeschool mama. For the overwhelmed homeschool mama: if you’d like your homeschool to be more satisfying, you’d like to have tools to address your challenges, and you’d like to show up on purpose in your homeschool,…

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Should I Homeschool My Child?

Should I homeschool my child? I’m going to give you straight talk to the question: should I homeschool my child?

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How Nonviolent Communication Informs my Homeschool

This is how Marshall Rosenberg’s book, Nonviolent Communication, informs my homeschool. For me, this is the bible of relationships and communication. I’ve read a few books on relationships, parenting, connection, attachment, and all things relationships, in my time (okay, a lot of books), but this book is the bible of relationships. This is how nonviolent…

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