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88. Am I Doing Enough as a Homeschool Mom? with Charlotte Jones Educate & Rejuvenate: The Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

Have you ever asked yourself, "am I doing enough?" As a homeschool parent and parent in general I'm sure you've asked yourself this before.
In life, we take on so many roles, most of which become our biggest identities. As parents, teachers and homeschool parents, we take on these roles with a desire to be perfect. However, no matter how hard you try, perfectionism will never be attained, and that’s okay! On today’s podcast, we’re discussing the question, "am I doing enough as a homeschool mom?" with Charlotte Jones. 
Charlotte is the creator of My Little Homeschool and the host of the Strike a Balance Podcast. She is a homeschool coach and homeschooling mom of twin boys. Charlotte covers tips and strategies for being a happy and thriving working homeschool mom. As a working homeschool mom, Charlotte is a cheerleader for anyone who wants to home educate and work.
Like last Friday's episode, today's episode is a re-airing. I had an amazing interview on Charlotte Jones' Podcast: Strike a Balance Podcast for Working Homeschool Moms. It was such a good conversation that I wanted to share it on our podcast today.
Charlotte will actually be teaching all about "Finding a Homeschool Schedule as a Working Mom that Actually Works!" at our Educate and Rejuvenate event later this month. I am super excited for her session!
Whether you're a homeschool parent, teacher or parent, I bet you can still learn some awesome things from this episode and get another perspective that is always interesting. But be sure to check out some recent episodes such as my interviews with Ciera Harris and Angela Watson that are specifically geared towards teachers!
Head over to the show notes: https://www.wifeteachermommy.com/podcast/homeschool-mom/
In this episode on being a confident homeschool mom, we discuss:How you don't have to be a licensed teacher to be qualified to homeschool your children. As a parent and caretaker, you know your child best and can create a personalized learning environment that works for them.Why it's important to prioritize self-care and have a support system in place to help with homeschooling responsibilities.How homeschooling requires intentional scheduling and balancing work and homeschooling can be a challenge.Why it is important to create a record of accomplishments and set goals
Resources mentioned:My Little Homeschool WebsiteThe Strike a Balance Podcast for Working Homeschool MomsEducate and RejuvenateJoin the Wife Teacher Mommy Club!Wife Teacher Mommy: Mentioned on Podcast Amazon List

Have you ever asked yourself, "am I doing enough?" As a homeschool parent and parent in general I'm sure you've asked yourself this before.
In life, we take on so many roles, most of which become our biggest identities. As parents, teachers and homeschool parents, we take on these roles with a desire to be perfect. However, no matter how hard you try, perfectionism will never be attained, and that’s okay! On today’s podcast, we’re discussing the question, "am I doing enough as a homeschool mom?" with Charlotte Jones. 
Charlotte is the creator of My Little Homeschool and the host of the Strike a Balance Podcast. She is a homeschool coach and homeschooling mom of twin boys. Charlotte covers tips and strategies for being a happy and thriving working homeschool mom. As a working homeschool mom, Charlotte is a cheerleader for anyone who wants to home educate and work.
Like last Friday's episode, today's episode is a re-airing. I had an amazing interview on Charlotte Jones' Podcast: Strike a Balance Podcast for Working Homeschool Moms. It was such a good conversation that I wanted to share it on our podcast today.
Charlotte will actually be teaching all about "Finding a Homeschool Schedule as a Working Mom that Actually Works!" at our Educate and Rejuvenate event later this month. I am super excited for her session!
Whether you're a homeschool parent, teacher or parent, I bet you can still learn some awesome things from this episode and get another perspective that is always interesting. But be sure to check out some recent episodes such as my interviews with Ciera Harris and Angela Watson that are specifically geared towards teachers!
Head over to the show notes: https://www.wifeteachermommy.com/podcast/homeschool-mom/
In this episode on being a confident homeschool mom, we discuss:How you don't have to be a licensed teacher to be qualified to homeschool your children. As a parent and caretaker, you know your child best and can create a personalized learning environment that works for them.Why it's important to prioritize self-care and have a support system in place to help with homeschooling responsibilities.How homeschooling requires intentional scheduling and balancing work and homeschooling can be a challenge.Why it is important to create a record of accomplishments and set goals
Resources mentioned:My Little Homeschool WebsiteThe Strike a Balance Podcast for Working Homeschool MomsEducate and RejuvenateJoin the Wife Teacher Mommy Club!Wife Teacher Mommy: Mentioned on Podcast Amazon List

32 min