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How to Convince Your Spouse to Get on Board with Homeschooling

Posted by Jen Myers
May 21, 2020
The decision on how to go about a child’s education is usually something that both parents agree on together. It’s an important decision to make because it will affect the child’s educational journey and ultimately, his or her future as well.  This is also true when it comes to deciding whether to homeschool or not. […]
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How to Homeschool With Littles

Posted by Jen Myers
May 14, 2020
Homeschooling while also running a business can be challenging enough. What more if you still have preschoolers, toddlers, or babies to take care of too? Let’s get real. Little ones are a handful. They demand a LOT of our time and attention. It can be hard to figure out how to attend to them, homeschool, […]
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An Overview of Classical Education: How Do I Fit It All Into A Day?

Posted by Jen Myers
May 8, 2020
This is the last part of a series of guest posts by Heather Weber, home-schooling veteran of over 20 years. Heather home-schooled her four children from birth through high school. My favorite guide book for homeschooling, The Well-Trained Mind (WTM) by Jessie Wise and Susan Wise Bauer, includes learning stages, curriculum recommendations, and even advised […]
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An Overview of Classical Education: What Curriculum Should I Use?

Posted by Jen Myers
May 6, 2020
This is Part 2 of a series of guest posts by Heather Weber, home-schooling veteran of over 20 years. Heather home-schooled her four children from birth through high school. “I want to homeschool, but I don’t know what curriculum to use.”  This was actually my first question as well. Though I was a trained teacher, […]
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An overview of classical education: Where Do I Start?

Posted by Jen Myers
May 4, 2020
This is Part 1 of a series of guest posts by Heather Weber, home-schooling veteran of over 20 years. Heather home-schooled her four children from birth through high school. Many people tell me “I want to homeschool, but I don’t know where to begin.” I send every one of them to a certain book: The […]
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4 Tips for Organizing Your Homeschool Materials

Posted by Jen Myers
April 28, 2020
Is your homeschool space looking like a tornado hit it? Are you having trouble trying to find anything?  Having a disorganized homeschool space can add to your feeling of overwhelm. Aside from that, not knowing where you can find something wastes a lot of your precious time as a Homeschool CEO. If you’re finding yourself […]
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Tips for Homeschooling While Running a Business

Posted by Jen Myers
April 20, 2020
If you’re an entrepreneur who is new to homeschooling or vice versa, you may be struggling with the thought of whether doing both is even possible. Let me assure you that it is, whether you’re running a business from home or conducting it elsewhere. It’s important to note though that you may struggle in the […]
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Tips for Avoiding Burnout as a Homeschool CEO

Posted by Jen Myers
April 14, 2020
Are you always exhausted? Do you cry or get irritated easily? Do you feel like you're just muddling through homeschool, chores, and your business? Are you just about ready to quit? You might be going through what is known as homeschool burnout. This common struggle can be avoided and today I will share helpful tips […]
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How to Homeschool: Teaching According to Your Child's Learning Style

Posted by Jen Myers
April 7, 2020
Every child is different and that includes the way in which they learn. Knowing how our children learn is essential for us homeschool parents because it serves as a guide for us on how to teach them. What are learning styles, anyway? Learning styles refer to how a person processes, understands, and retains information. There […]
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How to Homeschool in Less Than 2 Hours a Day

Posted by Jen Myers
March 31, 2020
Many entrepreneur parents who wish to homeschool worry about whether they can even set aside enough time for it. This is usually due to our exposure to traditional schools wherein “doing school” takes 8 hours a day. However, this is not the case with homeschooling. Teachers typically spend a significant amount of time with classroom […]

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