Sometimes being a “good student” isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
Tag: homeschool mom
What Does It Take to Be a Homeschool Mom?
There are a few qualities based on stereotypes that people believe you have to have in order to be a #homeschool mom that aren’t actually necessary. Today I’m going to share with you the qualities you do need.
There’s No Place Like Home: Introduction to a “Red-Pilled” Homeschool Mom
For a while now, I’ve wanted to share more about who I am as a person with all of you – more specifically, how I got to where I am today and why I’m so passionate about speaking and writing with boldness. Since I found that speaking seemed a more natural way to tell my story than writing about it, I’m including this link here today for those of you who are wondering:
What in the world is this “red-pilled” homeschool mom all about?
Homeschooling and education are my passion. It is my fervent hope to one day devote more time to creating content for you. If you’re interested in helping to make this a reality, consider supporting me on Patreon.
Thank you so much. I appreciate each and every one of you!
10 Homeschooling Questions I Hear All the Time and How I WISH I Could Answer Them
Being a homeschool mom takes a certain amount of diplomacy.
Although we unquestionably have it easier now in the 21st century than the homeschool pioneers of a few decades ago, there are times we still get bombarded with the same sorts of questions over. and. over. again.
Whether we’re at the store, the dentist, a party, or with extended family, it’s inevitable that there will be curious people who want to know more about what we do, and who have never really looked beyond the traditional school model.
I get it. Truly, I do. Continue reading “10 Homeschooling Questions I Hear All the Time and How I WISH I Could Answer Them”