Homeschool Mom Collective
Get the homeschool support you need
Would you like to find a mentor?
Are you burned out trying to figure it all out yourself?
How would it feel to be able to ask a veteran homeschool mom any homeschool question? What if you could have a whole community to get advice from on an as-needed basis?
Are you a new homeschooler who hasn’t quite found her groove yet? Wondering how to be organized, productive, and do only the most important things well in your homeschool?
Welcome to the Homeschool Mom Collective.
Your homeschool tribe.
What will you receive
in the Homeschool Mom Collective?
A Monthly Success Path Workshop which provides a monthly focus that will answer the “what should I be doing” in my homeschool
Small community of understanding friends who can help provide resources, advice, and mentoring
Expert Interviews and Q&A's with Publishers, Curriculum Companies, and other Homeschool Moms
What would this all be worth to you?
Booking homeschool consultations could cost $100s for one chat.
But maybe you just need advice to make it through today. Or you would love information on how to prepare for the next season of homeschooling.
You’ll find this and so much more in the Homeschool Mom Collective.
What it is:
A path forward each month with a step-by-step plan
For just $6.25 a month
Seriously, that’s less than a really good cup of coffee & dessert with a friend.
Is your sanity worth a couple bucks a month?
Who’s it for?
The new homeschool mom who is lacking confidence about this whole homeschooling thing
The homeschool mom with a few years under her belt who could still use advice and help
The veteran homeschooler who doesn’t have a network nearby and wants a support group
Each month you will follow the homeschool success path!
We’ll have a new focus each month that will help you right then in your homeschool.
But we're all about simplicity, open & go resources, and are NOT into complicating this whole homeschool thing.
This group is not specifically for a certain "brand" of homeschooler - classical, Charlotte Mason, unschooler, and so on. Everyone is welcome.
My advice and recommendations will take an eclectic approach.
What are you waiting for?
Are you in?