We are building a community that meets you where you are.
Hey North Carolina homeschool Moms!
Together, we can take on this homeschooling thing. And love it!
Homeschooling isn’t always easy.
Maybe you don’t even know where to start. Maybe you’ve been at it a while and you’re just feeling stuck.
You know you need support, and you wish there was someone to sit at your kitchen table and help you figure out what comes next.
Of course, it wouldn’t hurt if she arrived with coffee and chocolate.
But the thought of getting out of the house regularly enough to make a new support connection just adds to the overwhelm.
No one ever seems to be able to find their shoes to get out anyway. And just when the conversation gets meaningful, the toddler needs to use the potty and the teenager is bored.
You joined all those groups on Facebook, but sometimes you get no response to your questions, and sometimes there are so many suggestions it’s overwhelming.
So what if you could connect with other homeschool moms in a meaningful way — with guidance, with goals, with education — while still wearing your comfy slippers?
BUT, hey, once and a while we all want to get out too!
In our community, we’ll have:
- Video chats for coaching and connecting
- Monthly focus topics
- Book studies
- Challenges and accountability
- Opportunities to get together in person
- Exclusive access to Podcast recording sessions with special guests
- Video and workbook-based courses
- A place on the web to just hang out when you need someone to lean on
Every month, you will get personal, relevant support led by a community mentor who cares about you, your homeschooling goals, and the connections you make.
“You are not just a footnote on your child’s education.” — Julie Bogart
Homeschooling is about you, too. YOU matter in this process.
Invest in support that is
My name is Laina and I’ll be your activity guide in the community. I have been homeschooling for 10 years across two states. Having 2 teens and a toddler at home, I’m currently experiencing children nearing both the entrance into and exit from homeschool. I love to open people’s minds to the possibilities homeschooling brings, and I love to learn from those who have experiences to share. I also like coffee and chocolate. And crafts. As in, all the crafts.
I grew up watching my Mom and Grandmothers build support communities around their kitchen tables and across picket fences (oh, and at Bingo — anyone play Bingo?). Times have changed, but I believe we can still have that connection combining technology with those good old face-to-face meetings. I really hope you’ll join me!
Come on in. I’ll get the coffee brewing.
P.S. This one’s for you, Mom!