In today’s episode, we are talking to Dara, a product strategist/User Experience Designer for a large consulting firm, and homeschooling mother of 2, who works remotely! “We are a beta school, so if something isn’t working for them, then we SHIFT.” Programs Dara mentions: Math Antics, Video Textbook, Crash Course Game Design and […]
In today’s episode, we’re talking to Sheri, a counselor/therapist who is able to work remotely while currently homeschooling five children, several of whom have special needs. “Your kids are better off at home, even if you can’t do everything you did before. It’s not about what you do, it’s about where you are. Even if […]
Join me in Episode 8, as I chat about planning for the fall! You can find it here, on Anchor.fm, or wherever you prefer listening to your favorite podcasts! And please don’t hesitate to write a review if you like it, to help others find it as well!
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic! Here is the link to the article I’m discussing: www.workingmother.com/this-comic-perfectly-explains-mental-load-working-mothers-bear You can find it here, on Anchor.fm, or wherever you prefer listening to your favorite podcasts! And please don’t hesitate to write a review if you like it, to help others find it […]
In episode 6, LM is an author, Homeschooling Parent, Engineer and Data Architect, former College Professor, mom of four and wife of twenty-five years. Though her oldest went through a traditional school route, LM, who is near the end of her homeschool experience, currently homeschools her youngest who is 14, also homeschooled her middle […]