Episode92

Not Having All the Answers for Our Kids As I was planning for this podcast episode about not having all the answers for our kids when they come to us with questions, I came across some common…

Episode91

How Can We Restore Connections Through Nature Study? Let’s explore how nature study with our children can help restore so many connections in our lives. Welcome to Episode 91 of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast! Click play…

Episode86

Watching Our Children Grow Up Last week, we had two of our three grown kids and their partners in town all week. So I wanted to reflect for a moment with you, dear listener, on watching our…

Episode78

How to Resolve Conflict in Your Family Quickly Welcome to Episode 78 here on the Art of Homeschooling Podcast. We’re talking all about how to resolve conflict in your family quickly. I know conflict isn’t an easy…

Episode69

Shift Worry Into Curiosity In homeschooling, parenting, and life, worry can make us feel as if everything is falling apart. A small shift in consciousness and focus can often lift us up. Shift worry into curiosity. Finding…

Episode64

I’m excited to share with you here the beautiful ritual of mealtime blessings for families! You’ll find out why and how to add this simple rhythm to your day and hear some of my family’s favorite mealtime…

Episode63

Trusting the Power of Stillness It’s the week between Christmas and New Year’s as I write and record this episode all about trusting the power of stillness.  This is one of my favorite times of the year….

Episode61

Shine Through the Darkness with the Window Star Challenge This episode of the Art of Homeschooling podcast is from the archives, December of 2020. And it’s all about one of my favorite activities for these long, dark, cold…

What Are You Grateful For? As I sit down to count my blessings this year… you’re top of mind, dear listener. And I want to know, “What are YOU grateful for?“ I am grateful for YOU, your…

The Art of Gift Giving & Receiving in Families Gift giving and receiving can be problematic in families. Seems a bit ironic when we’re trying to simplify and build a home environment based on love and gratitude….