KristiClover.comNashville, TNDenver, COWaco, TX
Kristi Clover is an author, speaker, and host of the Simply Joyful Podcast, who loves to encourage and inspire families to find “simple solutions for a more joy-filled life” through her blog, books, courses—and all she does online at KristiClover.com.
Kristi’s passionate about helping families get organized so they can joyfully live out the life God has for them. She’s the creator of the Ultimate Homeschool Organization Course and the Meal Planning Made Easy course—and the author of Homeschool Basics: How to Get Started, Keep Motivated, and Bring Out the Best in Your Kids, co-authored with Tricia Goyer.
As an efficiency expert and homeschool mom of five, she’s never short on opportunities to “practice what she preaches” in the realm of home—and homeschool—organization. Kristi lives in San Diego, CA with her husband, Steve, and their five children.
Be sure to connect with Kristi online for an extra dose of encouragement. She’s @KristiClover on most social media networks. Be sure to get a free digital copy of her book, Sanity Savers for Moms, at KristiClover.com/join.
Workshops from Kristi Clover ( may vary by event location )
How to Organize Your Homeschool—& Manage All the Materials!
There are so many things to juggle—and so much "STUFF" that comes with homeschooling! Books seem to take over. Paper doesn’t really seem to have a “home.” Just getting your homeschool day up and running takes longer than you ever imagined. Organizing your homeschool doesn't have to be overwhelming! Whether you are a veteran looking for some fresh ideas or totally new to homeschooling, this workshop is filled with practical tips and advice on how to plan out your year, simplify your day, motivate your kids—and free up your family time so you can all have more fun!
Stop Trying to Do Too Much! Simplify What & How You're Teaching!
Homeschool families tend to bite off more than they can chew when it comes to curriculum choices. We fall in love with all the "shiny and fun" curriculum without coming up with a game plan for how to implement it all. Often times, we need to simplify what we are doing and even ditch a little curriculum here and there. This practical workshop is filled with creative ideas on how to supplement what you are already doing and easily plan out a simpler homeschool year (maybe even without any curriculum for some subjects).
How to Homeschool Your “Bigs” with “Littles” in the House
How do you homeschool your "bigs" when you have "littles?" This is probably one of the hardest obstacles to homeschooling! The constant juggling act that has to be performed when there is more than one child in the house can tire out even the most experienced homeschool mom. This workshop will offer you handy tools and practical tips on how to better manage the circus act of homeschooling multiple children.
Help! I Homeschool and My House is a Mess!
Some days it feels like we have to make a decision: Will we get everything done with our homeschool work today or will we actually get our house clean? There doesn't always seem to be a middle ground. It feels like it's one or the other. Balancing homeschooling and homemaking is very hard work. Overwhelming work. In this workshop, Kristi shares some of her best "efficiency hacks" for managing her home (and still getting schoolwork done).
Homeschool Basics: How to Get Started, Keep Motivated, and Bring Out the Best in Your Kids
Whether you are starting with preschoolers or pulling kids out of public school, your first few years of homeschooling can be overwhelming. There are so many different curriculums to choose from, teaching and learning styles to discover. There's your own family rhythm to adjust to and state requirements to figure out. There’s also often added pressure from family and friends. Why would any parent choose to attempt to teach fractions or (gasp) long division when they can leave it to the professionals? Our goal is to provide encouraging information about homeschooling basics, plus give you thoughtful and informative ideas on how to get started and stay the course.