Pop in your earbuds and get ready to be inspired. Veteran homeschool mom and podcast host of the Your Morning Basket Podcast, Pam Barnhill unpacks how to have a better homeschool 10 minutes at a time.
Full of practical tips, stories, interviews, and inspiration 10 Minutes to a Better Homeschool is your home learning go-to show for quick, helpful information.
*Formerly the Homeschool Snapshots Podcast
TMBH 33 Writing goals that work for your homeschool
This is a special snippet from our Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot co-working session is a peek at how making realistic goals can shape your priorities in your homeschool. Join Pam, veteran mentor Laney Holman, and the planning moms for a sneak peek at how group planning sessions run and find out more about the importance of goals.
TMBH 32: How to juggle life and homeschooling
Our time as humans is finite. Sorry to be the one to break that to you. That means there are so many hours in a week to get the homemaking, the homeschooling, and all the other things (including a job if you have one!) done. In this episode of the podcast Pam talks about the myth of balance and the single mindset shift you can make that might just save your sanity as you do all the things.
TMBH 31: The myth of “planning from behind”
I have a bone to pick with "planning from behind" and this show is where I'm going to do it. Find out why planning from behind isn't actually planning at all, what it REALLY is, why it's valuable (sure it is), and what real, helpful planning actually looks like for your homeschool don't miss this episode.
TMBH 30: Why a "non-planning" person decided to make a plan
I have known Dawn Garret for about seven years now. She has worked with me for so long helping moms create homeschool plans that I had long forgotten that once upon a time she considered herself "not a planning person. It wasn't until she realized that here frustrations were coming from not having a path to follow that she started taking steps to create a plan that would bring sanity to her homeschool. Listen on to find out why she was skeptical about planning and how it ended up helping her anyway.
TMBH 29: Three Reasons Why It’s Worth Your Time to Plan
I hear it all the time -- there is no need for me to plan, I won't be able to follow the plan anyway. If you can do that and not be frustrated by the resulting school year, then great. I say don't mess with what's working. But if you don't feel like you can plan but you DO feel like you need some structure to keep from dissolving into chaos, then this episode is for you. Even if you feel like homeschool planning never worked for you before, I give you three reasons why you might want to try again.
TMBH 28 Summer In Your Homeschool
Summertime. Where the living is easier (and summer homeschooling is easier too). These are my top tips for making this summer in your homeschool the best yet!
A great podcast to listen to for encouragement and direction in the homeschool arena. I feel like an eavesdropper listening in to 2 great friends having a chat and it's both inspiring and informative. Thanks Pam and friends!
I love hearing other families share their homeschool stories. Pam has a wonderful chirpy tone, and I always feel encouraged listening. Thanks, Pam.
One of the best homeschool podcasts.
I enjoy Pam's interviews, she manages to draw wisdom and practical ideas from each person she interviews. I always come away with ideas to try or simply confirmation that I'm doing all right which is equally as valuable. Thanks Pam, keep them coming.