Art of Homeschooling Podcast

Welcome to the Art of Homeschooling Podcast where we help parents cultivate creativity and connection at home. Look for a new episode every Wednesday.

 

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“Listening to Jean is like reading a really good book that only has the parts worth reading highlighted!”   ~Elizabeth

About the Podcast

The Art of Homeschooling Podcast is for parents who are ready to shine in homeschooling. In each episode, we share stories and strategies so you can drop the overwhelm and get in touch with inspiration. You CAN create a homeschool life you love. 

I’m your host, Jean Miller, homeschooling mother of three now-grown children. And here at the Art of Homeschooling, we keep it sweet and simple so you can focus on cultivating creativity and connection at home.

Show Notes

Check out the Show Notes for each episode below for more resources.

Episode50
Top Five Episodes from Year One of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast This is episode #50! Yes, I’m celebrating over here by recapping the top 5 episodes from the first year of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast!!! As I record this in the fall of 2021, we’re coming up on ... Read More
Episode49
Peace is Not the Absence of Chaos In this episode of the Art of Homeschooling podcast, I want to share with you a quote. Not just any old quote, but a quote on a refrigerator magnet that I've had all through our years of homeschooling. The one that reminds me ... Read More
Episode48
What I Wish I'd Known When We Started Homeschooling Hey, hey my friend! In this episode 48 of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast, I'm sharing all about what I wish I'd known when we started homeschooling.  It's the beginning of September right now and I'm calling this my back-to-homeschooling episode ... Read More
Episode47
Overthinkers Anonymous Hi I’m Jean, and I’m an overthinker! You too? Welcome to Overthinkers Anonymous. This is episode #47 of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast!  Ha. I totally made that up you know! But here's my observation ~ many of us homeschoolers tend to get stuck in overthinking mode. Reviewing, ... Read More
Episode46
How to Face Your Homeschooling Fears It's the end of August as I share this with you and I’ve been getting so many messages from homeschooling moms like you.  Moms who are struggling with uncertainty, motivation, even panic and fear. How about you? How do you face your homeschooling fears? ... Read More
Episode45
5 Things to Consider as You Start Homeschooling Are you new to homeschooling? Maybe asking yourself, “Should we homeschool this year?” Or perhaps stepping into a new season or year as an experienced homeschooler? Then come listen as I share 5 things to consider as you start homeschooling, wherever you ... Read More
Episode44
Questions Holistic Homeschoolers Ask As I record this episode of the Art of Homeschooling podcast, I'm reflecting on the Taproot 2021 weekend and the questions holistic homeschoolers ask most often.  So this episode is a Q&A episode and I'll answer three questions that often come up for those of us ... Read More
Episode43
Top 10 Lessons from Steiner's 1919 Seminar Course Welcome to Episode 43 of the Art of Homeschooling podcast! Here we’re talking about ten lessons for holistic homeschoolers from Rudolf Steiner's 1919 Seminar Course for the first Waldorf teachers. Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Waldorf education, presented his Seminar Course to ... Read More
Episode42
My Favorite Books for Homeschoolers You know I love books, right!?! In this episode of my podcast, I want to just share my five favorite books for homeschoolers. And why I love them so much! Part of the challenge in choosing books is that there are just so many out ... Read More
Bonus Episode: Taproot
Details About the Taproot Teacher Training + FAQs Today I want to tell you about one of my favorite weekends of the whole entire year: the Taproot Teacher Training for Homeschoolers. Taproot has happened every summer on the 1st weekend in August, for 14 years! That makes this year, 2021, ... Read More