Month-By-Month Homeschool Meltdown Avoided with 12 Keys to Calmness.
Homeschool moms can suffer from a month-by-month meltdown as they try to balance homeschooling and everyday life. If you are feeling overwhelmed, pained, or stress-paralyzed, check out my free recorded webinar called 12 Keys to High School Success. Don't be afraid! Just learn those 12 keys to calmness.
This free recorded class will be exactly what you need to identify the 12 most common nutties of homeschooling high school and give you the tools and wisdom to overcome them. It's perfect for YOU, if ...
I recently attended your webinar, "12 Keys to High School Success". I just wanted to compliment you on your presentation. It was very helpful and encouraging. And I think it was even better than previous presentations. Kudos! I particularly appreciated the month-by-month meltdown calendar! It was good to know that you understand and feel the difficulties; it provided a clear road map to present the 12 keys in a logical and applicable manner. It also provided a doorway for me to get connected again to the many resources I have already purchased on your site (after a couple of years of complete overwhelm when it pained me to even think on clicking on any more info/help...I guess I was stressed-paralyzed.) So again, thank you. (And I'm starting to put my weak areas first!)
Do you need a boost of encouragement and lots of proven tips to help you have your most successful homeschool year yet? Let me help you. Take my free recorded class filled with tips, and it even counts as continuing education!
This workshop is for those mortal, human, sometimes frail and tired homeschoolers, who truly want to do the best job possible preparing their children for college, but could use a little extra "boost." I promise you will learn solid strategies that will make your homeschooling EASIER and MORE REWARDING for both you and your children! Go listen to it and let me know what you think!
There are 5 situations that homeschoolers may face that are so challenging, only a parent can effectively handle the ins and out and eccentricities of the situation. Are you on