S5 E15 | Hitting the Wall in Your Homeschool Year (REPLAY)

S5 E15 | Hitting the Wall in Your Homeschool Year (REPLAY)

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Episode summary

In this episode, Julie addresses what can be one of the hardest months of the year for homeschooling: February! She offers some great advice and encouragement about how to run the race by pacing, planning, refueling, and focusing on gratitude.

Host biography

Julie H. Ross believes that every child needs a feast of living ideas to grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. As a former school teacher, curriculum coordinator, and assistant director of a homeschool academy, Julie has worked with hundreds of students and parents over the past 20 years. She has also been homeschooling her own five children for over a decade. Julie developed the Charlotte Mason curriculum, A Gentle Feast, to provide parents with the tools and resources needed to provide a rich and abundant educational feast full of books, beauty, and Biblical truth. Julie lives in South Carolina. When she’s not busy homeschooling, reading children’s books, hiking, or writing curriculum, you can find her taking a nap.


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