Tackling Homeschool Mom Overwhelm in the Homeschool Mom Podcast

If you’re an overwhelmed homeschooler, Season #4 of the Homeschool Mama Self-Care Podcast, is dedicated to you.

This is the final episode in this homeschool podcast series dedicated to you, homeschool mamas.

The homeschool podcast for the overwhelmed homeschool mom is for you 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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In this episode, I offer you a recap of ideas and perspectives to address your homeschool overwhelm.

Overwhelm might represent many things.

Often it suggests that we’re not clear on WHAT we’re challenged by.

Perhaps there are too many things to do, expectations so unrealistic we could never meet them, and an inability to stay present to enjoy the homeschool charms as they are, mess and all.

But it also might mean…

This homeschool podcast is for the overwhelmed homeschool mom and we’re going to address all that.

This is what you’ll hear on Season #4 of the Homeschool Mama Self-Care Podcast…

Introducing the Podcast for the Overwhelmed Homeschool Mama.

  1. How to Handle Homeschool Overwhelm
  2. A conversation with Jennifer Misener, a Developmental Psychologist
  3. How to Deal with Unrealistic Expectations as Homeschool Mamas
  4. A conversation with Isabella Robledo, an Enneagram Coach
  5. Are you homeschooling good enough?
  6. A conversation with Sarah Mackenzie, podcaster at Readaloud Revival
  7. Journaling for the Homeschool Mama to Overcome Overwhelm
  8. A conversation with Aimee Otto, podcaster at Homeschool Compass
  9. How to Marie Kondo your Homeschool
  10. A conversation with Rebecca Rolland, author of the Art of Talking with Children
  11. Use a Time Audit to Address Unrealistic Homeschool Expectations
  12. How Kara S. Anderson Informs my Homeschool
  13. Intuitively Grow your Fearless Homeschool Flow with Vanessa Wright
  14. how to build and create community as a homeschool mom
  15. How Charlotte Mason Can Help you Change & Grow with Leah Boden, author of Modern Miss Mason
  16. An Antidote for Holiday Homeschool Overwhelm: Dealing with Expectation
  17. If you’re dealing with post-partum overwhelm in your homeschool
  18. Homeschooling in a Pandemic: 14 Approaches to Address Overwhelm
  19. Unshackle Homeschool Mom Frustration: Unleash for Growth in 5 Ways
  20. How to Tame the Homeschool Stress Dragon with 23 Strategies
  21. 6 Hidden Challenges of the Homeschool: Support for Parents

I hope you enjoy Season #4 as much as I have enjoyed putting it together for you.

Leave a comment below and let me know what element of overwhelm you most want to address.

If you’re looking for a self-coaching tool to address your overwhelm, click here.

When you’re looking for a community of authentic women who want to work towards clarifying their homeschool challenges to enjoy their homeschools more, click here.

If you’re a homeschool mama new(er) to homeschool, listen to the season dedicated to you!

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Teresa Wiedrick

I help overwhelmed homeschool mamas shed what’s not working in their homeschool & life, so they can show up authentically, purposefully, and confidently in their homeschool & life.

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