How do you know you’ve got what it takes to be a homeschool mom?

Are you wondering if you’ve got what it takes to be a homeschool mama? Well, wonder no longer… I’ll tell you how you know if you can be a homeschool mom: You are a parent. You have children. You want to homeschool. Ta da! And that is all… But if you’re curious to learn what…

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how to embrace our homeschool summer days

Mid-summer, I’m less concerned about a clean floor, despite little feet sloshing through sprinkled grass, flowerbeds, then the kitchen? After a busy homeschool year, I am finally slowing down. Who wants to wash up the breakfast dishes when they can be stacked, along with lunch dishes, snack dishes, and lemonade pitcher until after dinner? My…

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the life of the perpetual mother hen: finding quiet as a homeschool mom

How to find quiet when you’re the perpetual homeschool mother hen? I’ve got a few tips.

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Counseling 101: a Homeschool Parent’s Most Important Skill

If there were any other skills we parents might learn before we begin this parenting trek, it would be this one…how to kindly, authentically, and diplomatically deal with people: counseling 101, a homeschool parent’s most important skill. Really. Tough. Work. Trying to figure out how to co-exist in the world with other people. But we…

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How Changing your Perspective Affects your Homeschool Parenting, Sarah Scott from Positive Parenting

Sarah Scott is a certified Positive Discipline parent educator. That means she works with struggling parents of 3-12 year old kiddos to help them stop losing it on their kids and create a strong connection to win cooperation. Sarah lives in beautiful British Columbia, Canada with her 4 homeschooled children and her stud muffin husband…

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