Episode85

Homeschooling On a Budget Homeschooling can mean living on a single income for many families. And we all want to be mindful of how we spend our money on homeschooling supplies and resources. By focusing on simplicity…

Episode82

How to Know If You’re Doing Enough as a Homeschooler As I write and record this episode of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast, the homeschooling year is coming to a close for many families. And one of…

Episode81

The Story of How the Taproot Teacher Training Began Join me on the podcast as I talk with my mentor, Barbara Dewey of Waldorf Without Walls, about the story of how the Taproot Teacher Training for homeschoolers…

Episode80

Homeschooling Mantras There are so many moving pieces and parts for homeschoolers to consider. We can get lost in a sea of swirling ideas. That’s why over the years, I’ve developed mantras to help me remember what’s…

Episode79

Child Development and Neuroscience So much of what the founder of the Waldorf education movement, Rudolf Steiner, believed 100 years ago about child development has been confirmed by the study of neuroscience! I’m fascinated by the human…

Episode72

You’re On a Journey, Too The path that you travel as a homeschooling parent often calls on you to go inward and shine a light on your own inner landscape. Because you’re on a journey, too! This…

Episode62

3 Paths of Development for the Homeschool Parent Homeschooling is not just all about the kids all the time. We as homeschooling parents are on a journey as well. Let’s explore 3 paths of development for the…

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…

Why Choose the Waldorf Approach for Homeschooling Why did I choose the Waldorf approach for homeschooling?  Friend, in this episode of the Art of Homeschooling podcast, I want to share with you what appeals to me most…

Overthinkers Anonymous Hi I’m Jean, and I’m an overthinker! You too? Welcome to Overthinkers Anonymous.  Ha. I totally made that up you know! But here’s my observation ~ many of us homeschoolers tend to get stuck in…