The Need for Routines in Your First Year of Homeschooling
Jun27

The Need for Routines in Your First Year of Homeschooling

I am so excited about this week’s episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show. I have been wanting to interview new homeschoolers for a long time and have my listeners take the journey with them. It’s finally happening! I will get introduce you to the five women who are going to be joining me each month in a bit, but first I’d love to have you write a review of this podcast. I have no reviews on Stitcher, so I would...

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How to Get Organized When Things Are in Chaos
Jun20

How to Get Organized When Things Are in Chaos

Is your life so chaotic right now that you can’t even begin to get organized? If that’s your situation, you’ll appreciate the six steps I share on the podcast that you can take today to break through the chaos and get organized. Listen to the podcast     Watch on YouTube     Read the blog post Links Podcast sponsor: Apologia What We Believe series from Apologia Interviewing David Webb, co-author of...

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Homeschooling Without Help
Jun13

Homeschooling Without Help

Last week my husband and I shared about how to keep a homeschooling marriage strong. I think that’s such an important topic. But a few months ago, a listener pointed out that it’s hard for her to hear homeschooling advice designed for moms whose husbands are supportive of homeschooling when hers isn’t. That got me interested in talking to single homeschooling moms and married homeschooling moms whose husbands...

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Marriage Secrets with Mr. Wilson
Jun06

Marriage Secrets with Mr. Wilson

I can’t wait to share my interview with my husband of 25 years in which we share secrets for a successful homeschool marriage.     Listen to the podcast     Watch on YouTube     Read the blog post Links Apologia: Show sponsor Psychowith6: Homeschool Sanity Facebook page – join me Thursday 6/8/17 at 4E/3C/2M/1P for my interview with Debra Bell Ultimate Homeschool Planner by Debra Bell – use code SANITY to...

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How to Keep Homeschooled High Schoolers Happy
May30

How to Keep Homeschooled High Schoolers Happy

When your homeschooled child enters or will soon enter high school, their happiness becomes critical to ensuring the success of your homeschooling. Obviously, we can’t base all our choices on what will make our kids happy. But doing what we can to make the high school years enjoyable is an important way of expressing love for our children. Here are my top tips.   Read the Blog Post     Watch on YouTube LINKS Lessons Learned...

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