the surprising transition from school to homeschool

There are many families who decide to remove their kids from school to bring them home to homeschool. And there are some who always knew they would homeschool. This episode is dedicated to the new(er) homeschool family that is bringing their kiddo home from school. I’m going to share with you my experience transitioning from…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Your First Year of Homeschool

Amy from Saskatchewan asked, “I have all the fears I suspect most moms might have begun their homeschool, but I also have a sense of peace that has replaced my sense of dread when I sent him to school. Do you have any tips?” If I could share a cup of tea with Amy, these…

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Homeschool Mama Self-Care Podcast for the New(er) Homeschooler

What are you going to hear on Season #3 of the Homeschool Mama Self-Care Podcast? Season #3 Homeschool Mama Self-Care Podcast is dedicated to the new(er) homeschool mama. If you’ve been homeschooling for just a few years, a few months, or are planning to homeschool in the upcoming fall, then this podcast season is dedicated…

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How to homeschool with confidence in 5 (not-so-easy) steps

How do you deal with the uncertainty of your homeschool choice so you can homeschool with confidence? First, let’s just assume that there are occasions when we may feel uncertain. Being uncertain is a human experience and we will all feel it sometime. So it’s totally normal that you feel this way about your homeschool…

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How to Create Happiness in our Homeschools

How to create happiness in our homeschools? On the outside looking in, it would seem that a homeschool life is a happy life. And it is. So many freedoms, so many memory-making opportunities, and such an individualized education offered to our homeschooled kiddos. But it doesn’t take much to succumb to the energy of unhappiness.…

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What about gaps in my child’s home education?

Let’s talk about gaps in our kids’ home education. We can homeschool beyond doubt, uncertainty, and that not-good-enough feeling when we get clear on the question, “What makes you question whether your kids’ education isn’t good enough?” Let’s talk about gaps. Gaps. The word suggests there’s something missing. Someone forgot something. Someone didn’t catch all…

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