Learn how to manage your home and homeschool with practical, simple, guilt-free ideas from a mom of 10!
5 Hacks Every Large Family Homeschool Mom Needs to Know
As a mom of 10 who has been homeschooling for almost 2 decades, these are 5 hacks I think every large family mom ought to be aware of to make her homeschool run smoothly!
Meal Planning Over the Last 100 Years
Did the homemakers of the past struggle so much with meal planning, and shopping, and cooking? The simple answer - no. This podcast (#2 in the Meal Planning Series) digs into the past 100 years and my own grandmother's and mother's style of meal planning and cooking.
Large Family Meal Planning Basics
Your family needs to eat, and you need to find a way to manage all the menus, shopping, and cooking! This is the first podcast in a series all about meal planning for your large family!
Homeschooling Ages 6 & Under
What should homeschooling look like if you only have kids ages 6 and under? How much time does it take and what subjects should you cover?
Homeschool to College: How to Transition Your Teen
The world outside your homeschool doesn't have a biblical worldview, so it is important to prepare kids for the culture they will meet in college.
The Introverted Homeschool Mom's Survival Guide
As an introverted homeschool, it can be difficult to manage a day full of children. Learn tips and tricks to make it easier!
I think I found my new favorite podcast!
I love this podcast. The calm music in the opening and closing was enough to have me hooked. Raising Arrows has great homeschool tips, in a short 23-24 minutes. Easy for a busy mom to consume and learn from.
Not silly chit chat
Amy doesn’t ramble about her coffee, makeup and outings…she’s a real mom. Keeps it concise and real with real help.
I listen to these episodes over and over
As a mom of 4 little kids and homeschooling my oldest, I love the practical advice Amy gives! I feel like Amy and I have similar philosophies and personalities and I find myself coming back to Raising Arrows podcast over and over and listening to several of the episodes over and over. It’s almost like my future self giving me advice. Except I think my limit is 4 kids. :) Keep it up Amy!!