Curriculum Paralysis: How to Decide What to Use This Year
Aug15

Curriculum Paralysis: How to Decide What to Use This Year

Hey homeschoolers! This week I had a reader question about curriculum that I just had to respond to with a podcast episode. It was essentially this. I have so many curriculum options. How do I choose which to use this year? We’re going to chat about that in just a bit! Listen to the podcast     Read the blog post If you are interested in a fun language arts curriculum for your elementary students, I would love to have you follow...

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How to Be a Consistent Homeschool Mom
Aug01

How to Be a Consistent Homeschool Mom

Hey homeschoolers! I am excited to be back with you after my month long vacation. I especially had a wonderful time meeting many of you at the great homeschool convention in St. Louis. This week I am addressing a topic that I desperately need help with. That is, how to be a consistent homeschooler. As we consider the new homeschooling year, our thoughts inevitably turn to the days that follow those exciting back-to-school days....

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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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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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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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Why You’re Not a Homeschool Failure
Apr04

Why You’re Not a Homeschool Failure

Have you been feeling like a homeschool failure? I can relate. It’s been a rough week for me. However, there are at least six reasons I know you and I aren’t homeschool failures. LISTEN NOW Want to read this podcast as an article? READ HERE Or WATCH ON YOUTUBE Click for the SMURFs guide Links Email me at psychowith6@gmail.com if you will be a new homeschooler or are a single homeschooling mom Affirm Films My Homeschool Mom...

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