How Rachel Gathercole Informs my Homeschool

How Rachel Gathercole informs my homeschool…Let’s learn from her book, “The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social Benefits of Homeschooling.”

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Journaling for the Homeschool Mom to Overcome Overwhelm

How can we use journaling for the homeschool mama as a self-awareness strategy: self-awareness is built one journal entry at a time. 

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When Homeschooling is Hard: Six Perspective-Shifting Approaches

When homeschooling is hard, here are six perspective-shifting approaches you can take to approach them differently.

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Roots Before Petals with Tami Morrone

Roots Before Petals writer, Tami Morrone, and homeschool mama of 2 shares a sneak peak inside her new(ish) homeschool family’s life.

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Holding our Homeschool Expectations Loosely with Aimee Otto

Aimee Otto is married to her high school sweetheart, Nick, and together they homeschool their two children, ages 9 and 11. Aimee grew up in rural Michigan, but she now makes her home in New England where she has built a life around slowing down and savoring time together as a family. When Aimee’s not homeschooling, she…

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Use a Time Audit to Address Unrealistic Homeschool Expectations

Use a Time Audit to address unrealistic homeschool expectations and learn to live your life (& your homeschool days) on purpose.

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