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Make Laundry Fun Again

 My Gold Care Club member Anne takes her laptop into the laundry room, and listens to my classes while folding laundry.

Anne said, "You make folding laundry so much more fun, now!" 

Funny thing... I mentioned about Anne folding laundry in my online class the other night, and she was in the class with me! So they next day she wrote to me again. 

Anne said, "Thanks for the "shout out" during class tonight ~ I was actually folding laundry AT THE TIME, and just had to smile! What you shared tonight was great. If I were just beginning . . . knowing what I know now . . . I'd snap up your new product in a minute! As it is, I'm getting a lot of benefit from the Gold Care Club. Thanks for being on the other end of the line!"

You can make laundry fun again!

Take some continuing education classes online. Listen while you are folding laundry. It's sort of the new version of "whistle while you work", like Cinderella. Sadly, nobody has developed the app that makes birds complete household chores for you yet, like in Snow White. Just give it time.

I have a few ways to help you get continuing education! 

I developed the High School Solution for my pastor, who was beginning to homeschool for the very first time, and I collected a bunch of classes to give him. That's when I realized that other parents might like that too. A lot of my members are asking how the Gold Care Club compares to the new High School Solution.

Now, normally I would suggest either one or the other, not both Gold Care Club and High School Solution. All the classes on the High School Solution will eventually be provided through the Gold Care Club over the course of the year. Nothing in the High School Solution is "new" and I could give you any class you needed, if you needed it. However, each situation is a bit unique.

It's about the focus of each product.

The Gold Care Club
is intended to give you the most personal support. It's perfect for social learners, or those who love encouragement. And with the Gold Care Club you can get any class you need or ask for, one at a time. If you want encouragement, or learn best in relationship, this option is great.

The High School Solution
is designed for the parents to learn independently. It's a group of many classes all in one place, and you can work through them at your own pace. And some people just like things all in one place, rather than having to ask me for them. If you are a very eager learner, this option is great.
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