2 Homeschoolers Talk About Planning

2 Homeschoolers Talk About Planning

Have you ever wanted the opportunity to sit down with a homeschooling friend and talk about planning? Well, that's exactly what Robyn of Waldorfish and I (Jean of Waldorf-Inspired Learning) got to do! And we did it on camera. So ... Read More
Developing Literacy with The Roadmap to Literacy Book

Developing Literacy with The Roadmap to Literacy Book

In this second interview in a series of four, I had the opportunity to talk again with Janet Langley, one of the authors of The Roadmap to Literacy: A Guide to Teaching Language Arts in Waldorf Grades 1-3. More great ... Read More
Developing Literacy in the Early Elementary Grades

Developing Literacy in the Early Elementary Grades

I had the opportunity to talk with Janet Langley, one of the authors of The Roadmap to Literacy: A Guide to Teaching Language Arts in Waldorf Grades 1-3. So many great ideas for developing literacy in the early elementary grades ... Read More
Love for all the Homeschooling Mamas

Love for all the Homeschooling Mamas

This beautiful post is by my dear friend and client, Eshanne Anderson. After attendance at the Waldorf Homeschool Conference 2019 in Atlanta.  Some love for homeschooling mamas, from one to another. Eshanne is a homeschooling mother, poet, photographer and all ... Read More
Top Tips from Experienced Waldorf Homeschoolers

Top Tips from Experienced Waldorf Homeschoolers

The Waldorf Homeschool Conference is an annual live event where homeschoolers can gather, learn, and share. I asked the presenters from 2019 to share their best homeschooling advice or favorite things about Waldorf homeschooling. Check out these top tips from ... Read More
A Taste of a Coaching Call with Jean

A Taste of a Coaching Call with Jean

Today, I want to give you a taste of a coaching call with Jean (that's me!). I offer group coaching calls inside my Homeschool with Waldorf mentorship community. We meet once a month for community members to bring their questions ... Read More
The Homeschool with Waldorf Community is OPEN

The Homeschool with Waldorf Community is OPEN

Are you longing for a community of Waldorf homeschoolers to support and accompany you on your homeschooling journey? I know I sure was when my kids were in the grades. And today, I have an exciting announcement just for YOU!!! ... Read More
Buying More & More Curriculum Is Not the Answer

Buying More & More Curriculum Is Not the Answer

Let’s talk about curriculum. Here’s what we so often hear, “What Waldorf homeschooling curriculum should I buy?” And the asker thinks once they figure that out, they’re done! Good to go. Ready to Waldorf homeschool! Whoa, not quite. And today, ... Read More
How to Conquer Homeschooling Overwhelm

How to Conquer Homeschooling Overwhelm

Homeschooling can be overwhelming, can’t it! I was listening to a podcast recently about clearing the clutter in our homes and I heard this line: “Overwhelm comes from having too many ideas, too many things to do, and no plan.” ... Read More
What If It's Not More Inspiration You Need?

What If It’s Not More Inspiration You Need?

Do you find yourself searching and searching for another new curriculum or lesson plan or idea for a story or a song? Well you’re not alone, my friend. So many homeschoolers get stuck here. But what if it's not more ... Read More