Homeschooling is a labor of love.
You know that homeschooling is the right choice for your family, but sometimes you wonder if you’re doing it right.
What curriculum should I use?
Do I need curriculum?
What homeschool method is best for us?
Which books should we read together?
Am I doing enough?
Do any of these questions sound familiar?
Maybe you’re asking the wrong questions for the right reasons.
Maybe what you really want to know is this:
How can I make learning a delightful lifestyle rather than just a checklist of things to get through?
Whether you’ve been homeschooling for a day, a year, or a decade, you need encouragement. You need reassurance that even when your days don’t match up to the ideals in your mind, you don’t need to second-guess yourself. Juggling the responsibilities of home and homeschooling is hard. You pour your whole heart and soul into your family because you want them to know the joy of learning and living purposefully.
Sometimes gentle, delight-directed learning is what you need to restore the joy of learning in your homeschool.
I believe you can homeschool with confidence and nurture a lifelong love of learning when you discover the freedom and purpose of delight-directed homeschooling.
I believe that as moms, we know our children best and can give them an excellent educational experience that can be tailored to the individual needs of each child.
I believe that when you keep your long-term purposeful homeschool vision in mind, you can learn to relax and enjoy the experience.
Where do you begin?
You’ve got high hopes to guide the hearts and minds of your children while building strong family bonds. With an emphasis on creative learning projects and living books, built on the foundation of truth and love, you will see the rewards of your efforts over time.
When you become a member of the Heart and Soul Homeschooling community through email updates, you’ll get the tools and inspiration you need to unlock a lifelong love of learning and purposeful living that will encourage your heart and your homeschool.
Over the past decade of raising my three daughters, we’ve discovered the freedom of pursuing purposeful learning with delight-directed homeschooling. It’s exciting to see their natural curiosity and follow their interests. They love creative projects like lapbooking, journaling, notebooking, nature studies, and unit studies. I’ve learned that spending quality time together with living books and lively discussions goes a long way in forming their character and building our relationships.
I want to help you discover this, too.
Let’s pursue purpose in our homeschools together!
I’m so glad you’re here as part of the Heart and Soul Homeschooling movement. Feel free to send me an email, introduce yourself, and tell me your biggest homeschooling question right now. I read every email and will do my best to respond quickly!
After 10 years of homeschooling and completing over 200 reviews of homeschool curricula and products, I specialize in helping others choose the best homeschool resources for their individual situation. Contact me for consulting today and we’ll get you on the right track to homeschool success!
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