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.

Episode60
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 about Waldorf and why I chose the Waldorf approach for homeschooling.  No matter ... Read More
Episode59
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 warm heart, your faithful commitment to homeschooling, and your dedicated spirit to help ... Read More
Episode58
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. But every year around the winter holidays, I get questions about how to ... Read More
Episode57
How to Homeschool Through the Holidays I know that the month of December can be a crazy time for homeschoolers. Heck, it almost feels like the holiday season runs from Halloween at the end of October through New Year’s at the beginning of January! So what’s a homeschooler to do? ... Read More
Episode56
How to Keep the Holidays Simple and Delightful This Year We all long for a holiday season that’s restful, replenishing, and restorative. But instead, we often feel overloaded, overwhelmed, and overstimulated. Here are some ideas about how to keep the holidays simple and delightful this year.  As homeschooling parents, the ... Read More
Episode55
Simple Ideas for Celebrating Fall as a Family As I write and record this episode of the Art of Homeschool podcast, fall has definitely arrived here in northeastern Ohio. Here comes the chilly, windy weather along with sweaters and soup. Time to share some simple ideas for celebrating fall as ... Read More
Episode54
How to Customize Your Homeschool Curriculum to Invite More Engagement Let's discuss how to customize your homeschool curriculum to invite more engagement.  Hands-on activities and the lively arts can create a homeschooling journey that is both meaningful and memorable.  Here in the show notes for Episode 54, you'll find tips ... Read More
Episode53
How to Embrace Equanimity as a Homeschooling Parent As homeschooling parents, how do we handle the day-to-day challenges of homeschooling life without allowing them to bring us down?  Equanimity is our goal, my friends. That ability to keep our composure even in the midst of a difficult situation and find ... Read More
Episode52
Ask Jean Anything!  I'm here to answer your questions, dear listeners! I'm celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast with an Ask Jean Anything episode! Recording my podcast every week for the past year has really been fun for me! And I love that I've found a ... Read More
Episode51
There's No Such Thing as Open & Go Curriculum Let's talk about curriculum. Specifically, how we as holistic homeschoolers use curriculum and what role it plays in our homeschool. And I'll share all about why I often say, "There's no such thing as open & go curriculum!" Does one size ... Read More