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Get More Out of Your Google Calendar — Melissa Romero

There are so many things that Google Calendar can do for you. Are you using this FREE product to its fullest? We will talk about how to use Google Calendar as a FREE digital homeschool planner and family scheduler. Move past the basics and learn how to set your defaults, get a daily agenda emailed […]

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Creating a Homeschool Schedule You Can Stick To — Christine Zell

We all have the best intentions when we create our homeschool schedules. So many times our plans are derailed, though- even just a few weeks into the new school year! Christine from Rabbit Trails Homeschool will share how to make a simple plan to easily stay on track with your school year. Join in so […]

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Our Family Home Management Plan

Speaker: Mackenzie Wilcox A discussion that goes through a walkthrough our our daily and monthly routines while I share details of how we use focus areas to maintain home organization. You will see examples of what we do each day, as well as hear tips for getting children involved in home care. As I share […]

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2021 Quick Start Guide For Your Homeschool Year

This was included as part of the Back2Homeschool conference this week, but I wanted to share it with all of you as well since it’s the time most of us are getting ready to head Back2Homeschool. There are some pretty easy ways to make sure that you have the best school year ever. Whether you’re […]

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Organizing for Success– The Fortune 500 Homeschool | 15

This week, we’ll be looking organization– and specifically how organized people become successful in their endeavors. Be sure to download the worksheet and grab some extra paper to take notes, for we’ll be covering a lot of ground that I truly believe will be insightful for you as you try to remove the obstacles that […]

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Hope for the Organizationally Challenged

Speaker: Vicki Bentley A recurring theme among homeschoolers is: Help! I’m committed to homeschooling, but I’m feeling overwhelmed just by everyday life! For many of us, standard organizing suggestions don’t “stick,” and we wonder what’s wrong with us. In this workshop, Vicki shares some tools that have helped her (and other busy moms) to homeschool […]

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Creating Family Systems- Real Moms 365 with Melissa Romero

We all deal with a lot of Chaos. Homeschooling adds clutter, having children home all day creates dishes and food prep. Laundry cleaning. Between all the extras, ballet, piano, 4-h, sports, drama, coops. Our lives can be so full. Is peace even possible?  Melissa will share the reason why we should aim to find peace […]

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There Are Enough Hours… | 14

This week, we’re going to talk about time– how much we have, how we spend it, and how valuable each moment really is. Plus, we’ll look at some common distractions and some great strategies to avoid them. Additional Resources Take the time to do a time inventory. Watch this video to see how I did […]

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Teaching Several Grades at Once

Teaching several grade levels all together can seem daunting. However, what might at first appear to be overwhelming can be turned into an asset in your homeschool. Let’s look together at planning ahead, group teaching, leading older children in sharing knowledge (and boundaries for this approach), and ideas that bring the family together.

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How Home Education Prepared Me for Public Office

Sarah Fowler is the first homeschool graduate to serve on a State Board of Education. In this session she will be exploring key education experiences that prepared her for service in state government and how the lack of training in these areas has undermined the ministry and service of others. Sarah will explore the benefits of Christian mentorship in her personal and spiritual development and share how she has reciprocated by mentoring young people as well.

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The Grocery Budget Formula Workshop

In this interactive workshop, we’ll look at the 5 most common grocery shopping mistakes that result in overspending and that terrible feeling that you’re flushing money away each week. We will also work through my “grocery budget formula” to determine how much you should be spending. Then, we’ll talk about what you can do differently to streamline your grocery planning routine and shopping habits – so you can keep more money in your wallet, where it belongs!

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A Curriculum Tune Up Subject Specific Learning

Speaker: Heather LaurieWhat kind of curriculum works best for you and your family? With so many options available, where do you start? Heather Laurie address this issue and provides clear direction when picking what is best for your children and family!  (more…)

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The 4 Biggest Mistakes Most Families Make When Saving for Retirement

You’ll learn the Biblical perspective on saving and even investing for retirement, as well as discuss seemingly contradictory teachings of Jesus on “storing up”.

You’ll learn the 4 biggest risks to your retirement success and how you can manage or even avoid them.

– Understand the simple rules for maximizing your retirement savings!
– Discover the 1 risk that no one can avoid and what you must do to beat it
– Learn what I call “The Big Mistake” and what I teach my private clients so that they never make it

Participants will be given the opportunity for a FREE “Retirement-Readiness” audit to find out for yourself if you’re on track to reach your goals!

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Diving Into the Publishing World Without Drowning

Author Carol Kinsey will explore the journeys to publication she and The Writing Family have gone through as they’ve moved into the publishing world. This workshop will explore practical ways for you or your child to edit, get published, land an agent, find a publisher, pursue independent publishing, and advertise yourself.

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Compelling Case for Homeschooling

Are you curious about home education, but not sure if you’re ready to make the commitment? Do you have a friend or family member saying you’re crazy if you homeschool? Join HSLDA Staff Attorney and homeschooling father of seven, Mike Donnelly, and see why homeschooling may be the right choice for you. Mike will help you understand the basics, show how homeschooled students often outshine their public-school peers, and shed light on the myths surrounding homeschooling.

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Time Hacks for Homeschoolers

Have you ever felt like some people seem to get more done than others? Although we all have the same 24 hours in a day, practically managing that time isn’t easy. Join Kim, a single homeschooling mom, who also works full time, as she shares some of the best time hacks to help you in your homeschool. We will look at creative strategies for saving time and better organizing time (schedule) so you can manage your homeschool and live #NotConsumed!

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Managing School and Home

When the entire family is home all day, it can be difficult to find a balance between the housework and school time. Meals need to be cooked, laundry needs to be done, and life fills in all the cracks. You’ll walk away from this sessions with tips, helps, and ways to balance it all – without losing your sanity in the process.

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Stressed Out!

As if life weren’t stressful enough, add the challenges of homeschooling and you have the recipe for a nervous breakdown. The Bible has a profound cure for the homeschool parent who is stressed out. God commands us to not be anxious, and He provides the tools and power to obey. Jesus provides 12 stress relievers that will help you get rid of your worry-warts.

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