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Podcast 58 Lindsay's 6 Homeschool Tips For a Happy Homeschool Experience
Homeschool is hard any day of the week, but during this quarantine it’s even more difficult. I heard someone even call it crisis schooling, instead of homeschooling. I’ve gathered 6 tips and tricks from her own experience, and from other veteran homeschoolers that should help make things just a little smoother.
1: Remain calm and be patient (With yourself, your kids, your kids teachers, etc.)
2: Set boundaries and establish a routine.
3: Be Flexible.
4: Everyone needs their space; give it to them!
5: Incorporate things from your old normal into your new normal.
6: Treat your family with love and respect, and find ways to get everyone involved in meaningful ways.
In this episode I give specific guidance on boundary setting and establishing a behavior rewards system, how to know when to toss “school” out the window, and how to get everyone involved in meaningful ways.
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Podcast 57 Practical Preparedness and COVID19
Join Lindsay and I as we talk about how to be the bastion of calm and confidence during these uncertain times. we talk about toilet paper alternatives, having a preparedness mindset, and where/why to start preparing.
Podcast 56 "Self-Sufficient" Debunked
In this episode Lindsay tells us why being self sufficient might be harder than it sounds. Give it a listen and tell us other topics you want us to cover.
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Podcast 55 Listener Questions and Homestead Advise
In today's episode we are answering a couple listener questions and giving some homestead advise. Please leave any questions or comments here or at our website: www.havenhomestead.com
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Podcast 54 Intro to Permaculture Part 4 Energy Cycling, Biodiversity, and Natural Succession
In this episode we finish the Intro to Permaculture series by tackling the topics of, Biological Resources, Natural Succession, Energy Cycling, Biodiversity, and Edge. This book (Introduction to Permaculture by Bill Mollison) is an amazing resource for everyone who wants to live a sustainable life.
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Podcast 53 Intro to Permaculture Part 3 Zones
Welcome back everyone! In this episode we continue our series on the Intro to Permaculture. Our topic for today is zones. A design is broken up into 6 zones which consist of zone 0 through zone 5. In this episode we discuss in detail what these zones are and how they fit into the permaculture landscape.
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Intelligent and Fun
As a fellow PA homesteader, I hope you have time to start recording again in the future! You seem like considerate, curious custodians of your land.
Surprised this isn’t more popular!
Great info, clear audio. Quick to the point and doesn’t stray off topic which could be a pro or con depending on what you’re looking for!
Just listened to episode 33 and found the podcast more entertaining with your wife on it!
Loved all the joking
Little rough around the edges, but good info.
I tried two new podcasts this week, Living Free in Tennessee and this podcast, Haven Homestead. Haven Homestead is the clear winner, the other one is a complete dud. Sometimes the audio isn't great, and the editing is a bit rough, but he has good info, and seems likable enough. The kids are darling, I miss having little ones.