Homeschool Help for the Homeschool Mama

I help the overwhelmed homeschool mama shed what’s not working so she can show up in her homeschool (& life) authentically, purposefully, and confidently.

Teresa Wiedrick, Homeschool Life Coach

Dear homeschool mama, I want you to find homeschool help, but I want even more for you than help.

I want you to live into freedom, authenticity, and satisfaction in your homeschool days.

I have discovered that under the challenges we have in our homeschool, almost always there is a challenge underlying that you can solve.

But it’s not usually a homeschool issue.

Almost never is it a homeschool issue?

Funny enough (not-so-funny actually), it is usually an issue of the mind: perspective, framing, and understanding.

So can we get to the heart of almost every homeschool challenge?

Most of the time.

And it starts with you, homeschool mama!

If you want to have a conversation with me to determine if and how you can address it, connect with me.

So this is what I offer you homeschool mama,

I offer homeschool life coaching, which means I work with (mostly) women who are looking to shed what’s not working so they can show up in their homeschool (& life) authentically, purposefully, and confidently.

I’ve noticed that we homeschool mamas can transform from being overwhelmed to getting clear on what our challenges are and having a plan of attack (or plan of practice).

Almost always, building boundaries in our relationships, learning to engage ourselves differently, and understanding our intention behind our homeschool clarifies why we’re doing what we’re doing.

Then when we get clear on what we’re doing, we get a whole lot clearer on who we are.

When we’re clear on who we are, watch out world! We have come into our purpose here on Earth.

Therefore, we are showing up in our homeschools (& lives) authentically, purposefully, and confidently.

If you want greater purpose, clarity, and authenticity in your life, connect with me.

Teresa, your Homeschool Life Coach

“Teresa has been of tremendous value towards my growth in homeschooling and self-care. She is encouraging and supportive of all that I long to pursue. I’m so grateful that I have her to walk alongside me in this journey.”

Holly, Homeschool Mama of 2

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