Let's face it: 2020 has left all of us tired, run-down, and overwhelmed.
As much as we hope we can wake up on January 1st and have it all be over, the truth is, we still have a long way to go to recover from the 2020 mess.
Co-ops aren’t ready to restart. Schools and sports may be shut down again. Libraries are iffy. Parks in winter… well, they aren’t too much help then anyway. But we’ll persevere, won’t we? We’ll make sure that our kids get what they need and then…
What about you, Mom? Are you getting the connection and the support you need? And how are you feeling about your homeschool? Does it seem that things haven’t quite fallen into place this year? You’re not alone! That is the number one problem I’m hearing from my clients these days.
I want to help you refocus, support you with connection, and get your homeschool on track so that you can look forward to 2021!
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.
So what if you could connect with other homeschool parents in a meaningful way — with guidance, with goals, with education — while still wearing your comfy slippers?
In our community, we’ll have:
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!
My name is Laina Yeisley and I’ll be your coach and companion as we leap into 2021. I have been educating my children at home for 12 years across two states.
Having 2 teens and a preschooler 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!