How to Work or Run a Business and Homeschool Too
Nov19

How to Work or Run a Business and Homeschool Too

Hey, homeschoolers! I’m commonly asked how to homeschool and work or run a business too. That’s our topic for this week. I invited industrial psychologist, Dr. Cheryl LeJewell Jackson to join me. I think you will really appreciate her excellent tips. More on that in a moment! Listen to the podcast Join our community First, I would love to have you join us in The Organized Homeschool Life group on Facebook. Each day we are...

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How to Trust God with Your Pets and Possessions
Nov12

How to Trust God with Your Pets and Possessions

Hey, homeschoolers! It’s time for another edition of the Trust Project. This month we will discuss how we can trust God with our pets and possessions. This may seem like a more minor issue than some others we’ve addressed in this project. But I know from experience that it can be a challenge. Listen to the podcast Before we begin, I want to give a shout out to our sponsor, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, a Sony/Affirm...

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End Procrastination in Your Homeschool
Oct29

End Procrastination in Your Homeschool

Hey, homeschoolers! Are you someone who never does today what you can put off until tomorrow? Or do you have a student who’s a procrastinator? If so, you’ll love this episode! I interview Barb Raveling, retired homeschool mom and author of the new book, Freedom From Procrastination. {Amazon affiliate link} Listen to the podcast Podcast Sponsor Before we go to the interview, I want to tell you about A Year of Living...

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Why and How to Teach Guitar in Your Homeschool
Oct22

Why and How to Teach Guitar in Your Homeschool

Hey, homeschoolers! Music is such an important and gratifying part of home education. You may have heard my interviews with Joseph Hoffman about piano and Gena Mayo about easy ways of including music in your homeschool. Today, I’m delighted to share my interview with Inga Hope, founder of Gentle Guitar online school and the creator of Music Ed digital magazine about why you should consider having your child learn guitar. She...

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Trusting God with Friendships
Oct08

Trusting God with Friendships

Hey, homeschoolers! It’s time for another edition of The Trust Project. This month we’re talking about how to trust God with our friendships. Whether it’s having enough friends for ourselves and our kids, a problem in a friendship, or concern for a friend’s health or salvation, God can be trusted with it all. Listen to the podcast Let’s connect Before we dive into that, I encourage you to join me in The...

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