Is homeschooling stressing you out? Well be encouraged–It doesn’t have to!
Think Outside the Classroom

Think Outside the Classroom

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Homeschooling is hard work. But it isn’t supposed to be drudgery! After hearing so many moms who were discouraged about “keeping up”, always feeling behind, overwhelmed and inadequate, I decided to put on paper some incredible things we’ve learned on our homeschool journey.

Whether you are one of those tired moms, contemplating giving up, or just need some relief, or whether you are considering homeschooling and don’t know where to start, you’ll find this ebook full of answers and practical help.

From our customers:

“You have no idea how this book has helped me relax! It was just what I needed, and my husband is glad I read it too!” -Katie M.

“I love the practical ideas you give in the book; it’s a philosophy backed up with ‘how-to’ .” -Sherrie R.

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