How to Help Your Homeschooler Get More Done
Sep06

How to Help Your Homeschooler Get More Done

Hey, homeschoolers! It’s the beginning of the school year here and I’m very interested in helping my kids get a lot done. Of course, I want them to do things that help them learn, but I also want them to do chores. I couldn’t do what I do without their help. As a psychologist, I’ve always been keenly interested in motivation. I’ll share what I’ve learned with you in a bit. LISTEN HERE or on ITUNES...

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Maintaining Your Homeschool Commitment with Julie Bogart
Aug30

Maintaining Your Homeschool Commitment with Julie Bogart

  If your enthusiasm for homeschooling is already waning or if you wonder what challenges the future holds for your homeschool, you’ll want to listen to this interview with Julie Bogart. I’ve been homeschooling for 17 years and I was inspired! Listen HERE or on ITUNES LINKS A Gracious Space BraveWriter.com BraveSchoolers on Facebook CoachJulieBogart.com Have a happy homeschool...

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A Homeschooler’s Guide to Getting Her Joy Back
Aug23

A Homeschooler’s Guide to Getting Her Joy Back

Hey homeschoolers! It’s hard to homeschool when your joy is missing. Maybe you are schooling without one of your kids because they’re going to college or to school for the first time. I’ve been there and will be missing my Sam who started college last week. Maybe your homeschool friends have moved or put their kids in school. I’m dealing with that, too! Or maybe you are pregnant, have a baby, a toddler, a...

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How to Get a Fresh Perspective on Your Homeschool
Jun07

How to Get a Fresh Perspective on Your Homeschool

Hey homeschoolers! I’ve been on vacation and I thank you so much for your patience with me as I put this podcast on vacation as well. I took an amazing beach trip with 30 other homeschoolers, including my family, and didn’t think I would have any time to myself. I was wrong. I had time to read, walk on the beach, and just think and pray. In the process, I gained a fresh perspective on my homeschool. I’m looking...

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Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child
Feb16

Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child

He never fails to groan when you announce it’s time for school. It takes her forever to finish her work. Or worse yet, you get outright rebellion. What to do? Rebecca Spooner of Hip Hoomeschooling Blog.com shares her tips as a homeschool graduate and homeschooling mother of five on this episode of the podcast. Listen HERE or on iTunes Links HomeschoolScopes.TV 7 Sisters Homeschool Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child on Hip...

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How to Homeschool Through the Winter Blahs
Jan19

How to Homeschool Through the Winter Blahs

Hey homeschoolers! As soon as the Christmas lights come down, I come down with the blahs. January and February aren’t my favorite months, but this year I’m determined to keep homeschooling right through the winter blahs. If you’d like to join me, listen to this episode for some great ideas from other homeschoolers who’ve survived winter. Listen HERE or on iTunes But first, I think you’ll find that getting...

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