the virtual homeschool mama retreat to bring vision, clarity & confidence

Do you need a homeschool mama retreat? A retreat to help you be more present in your homeschool more, to be clear that what you’re doing is really working for you & your kids, to be confident that what you’re doing is beyond good enough, rather it’s even amazing. Together we’ll determine what you need…

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How to Address Your Big Emotions (& Your Kids’ Big Emotions) in your Homeschool

Christine Dixon worked as an Educational Therapist for over 20 years and is now a MindBody Coach who focuses on Self-Compassion, Internal Family Systems, Nonviolent Communication, and other Inner Wisdom Tools to help people heal themselves from the inside out. Christine works one-on-one with clients and also leads weekly support groups in Internal Family Systems.…

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How to Address Worry & Overthinking for the Homeschool Mama

Shayla Peterson is an experienced licensed psychotherapist who works with the overwhelmed and overthinking women. Offering a map for their journey towards healing, she provides therapy using a person-centered, no-judgment, upbeat, and empathic approach. Her clients walk away from therapy feeling equipped with tools to stand up to their inner critic, feel better about themselves,…

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How to Capture your Charmed Homeschool (and address our challenges)

Everyone who homeschools hopes it’ll benefit their kids, successful and motivating. They quickly see the benefits, the charms, of this lifestyle. But how do we capture our charmed homeschool over the long-term if we don’t know how to engage the challenges? Challenges like… What does it mean to be a teacher and a mom? Do…

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How to Do Geography in your Homeschool in a Child-Directed Way

How do you incorporate geography in your homeschool? Loosely. With intention to playing. Fun is the operative. No serious allowed. Any time you come across a new country or location in a readaloud or in a current affairs discussion find it on a map, watch a YouTube video, or consider any of these ideas for…

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how to deal with dashed homeschool expectations

No question, the parenting experience isn’t entirely as we imagined it before we brought our first children home. Neither is homeschooling. We need to attend to our dashed homeschool expectations. In both parenting and homeschooling, I have had far more frustration and confounding moments than I conceived were possible. And in both, I have had…

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