Eliminating Feelings of Guilt and Failure from Your Homeschool

Whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been homeschooling for years, feelings of guilt and failure can easily overwhelm your homeschool. What’s a mama to do? Come learn how to banish the negative feelings that can suck the joy and delight out of your homeschooling. ToriAnn Perkey is a mother, mentor, and teacher. Homeschooling since … Read more Eliminating Feelings of Guilt and Failure from Your Homeschool

Politics and the Media: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Youth podcast

The current political environment is toxic, but good people still need to be involved. It’s an experience that is enormously rewarding and painfully heartbreaking all at the same time. We’ll discuss “political correctness” and how to remain determined to express your beliefs in the midst of it. Stories from thirty years in the world of … Read more Politics and the Media: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Youth podcast

How to Lead Dynamic Book Discussions–with ANY Age Group

As homeschooling parents, reading great books with our families is the backbone of our educational pursuits. Although reading them is critical, a quality discussion of them can be the catalyst for having those great books change us for the better. In fact, dynamic book discussions have the power to help you accomplish your deepest purposes … Read more How to Lead Dynamic Book Discussions–with ANY Age Group

Ten Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started

Getting started on your homeschooling journey can feel overwhelming. You may find yourself saying, “I don’t know what I don’t know.” Cara has gathered some helpful tools to help you on your journey. Cara Rector is the mother of five wonderful daughters. She has been guiding the homeschool efforts of her family since 2010, and … Read more Ten Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started