Writing books can be such a solitary endeavor, so actually talking to readers one-on-one was this introvert’s dream, and made me even more excited about meeting more of you
at Great Homeschool Conventions in New York this August!
Weekend homeschool links:
- Strength-based homeschooling: 5 reasons why it really works
- 10 best books to encourage your heart as a homeschool mom (so honored to be included here!)
- Using All About Spelling with older students (this is exactly what we are doing in our homeschool & it’s working out so well)
- On being a fan of quitting
- 10 healthy snacks your kids can make this summer (from my friend Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship)
- Here’s what you’d tell your 13-year-old self, based on your personality type
- My thoughts on shame, comparison, “being enough,” & making the ECPA BestSellers List
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If you enjoyed this post, check out Jamie’s newly released book, Introverted Mom: Your Guide to More Calm, Less Guilt, and Quiet Joy.