I am so excited about this episode. We aren’t going to talk parenting or academics. We’re going to talk about you. You are so important to your homeschool. You may think I’m going to talk about you getting enough sleep, the right nutrition, and exercise–and all those things are important. But today my guest and I are going to talk about the importance of fashion for homeschool moms. I discovered the power of looking pretty to give me energy, improve my mood, and make me a better teacher and mom, all as a result of my guest’s influence.
I’ll introduce her in a bit, but first I would love to invite you to join me at the Great Homeschool Conventions in Fort Worth and Greenville, South Carolina. Register at GreatHomeschoolConventions.com and then stop to say hi at the Grammar Galaxy Books booth. Or join me in one of my sessions! I can’t wait to meet you.
Fashion for Homeschool Moms
I was so looking forward to interviewing Alison Lumbatis. She is a wife, mom of three, and founder of Get Your Pretty On. She’s a jeans and tee kind of girl who loves spending time with her family and exploring the best places to eat in Dallas, TX. She is an accidental minimalist when it comes to fashion and style, mixing her tried and true closet staples with a few seasonal trends. Alison’s goal is to help all women feel pretty by being the go-to resource for inclusive style inspiration and beauty advice. I know you will love her like I do!
Alison and I discussed:
- Alison’s time as a homeschooling mom
- the benefits of wearing something pretty
- what influenced Alison to care more about what she was wearing
- women’s objections to putting a pretty wardrobe together
- Alison’s encouragment to women who are wary of wardrobe building
I am an affiliate for Get Your Pretty On. I can’t stop talking about it to my friends and family. To use my affiliate link to purchase the spring wardrobe list or any of the other capsules, go to psychowith6.com/gypo. You will love getting dressed for homeschool success!
The spring wardrobe list and outfit calendar is available for purchase March 8th to the 22nd, 2019.
Resources for Homeschool Mom Fashion from This Episode
Free closet staples shopping list
Next Time on the Homeschool Sanity Show
Join me next week as author Sherri Seligson and I discuss how to help our homeschoolers transition to middle and high school.
Have a happy homeschool week!