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Are you Ready?

  |   Curriculum, Encouragement, Parenting/Homeschooling in General, Teaching - all grades   |   2 Comments

The Christmas tree came down yesterday. I am always a little sorry to see it go. (And why is it that Christmas decorations go up so much more quickly than they come down?)

Today January, 2015 is now a week old! Are you ready for the new year?

I would like to say that by January 1st I had thoroughly reviewed 2014 and proactively set goals for 2015.  And that I was barreling down on those goals already.

But this year I want to hear from you, first.

Homeschooling is the most demanding job I have ever had. And now that our homeschooled-through-high school children are through college/graduate school, I want to help YOU.

Where do you feel most ill equipped to do the job you have been called to do? What do you wake up at night worrying about? Where do you need insight, ideas and support? What aspect of homeschooling do you want to learn more about?

Here is your chance to tell me! Please take a few minutes and fill out my 10 question survey, if you have not already done so.  We’ll thank you with a $10 off coupon* for any item in our online store. (Don’t forget to leave your email address at the end of the survey so we can send your coupon code.)
Speak your mind! It won’t take long, and hopefully it will make your year a little easier.

 

P.S. *For the first hundred respondents. We generally ship to the United States

 

2 Comments
  • Peggy Hurley | Jul 1, 2016 at 4:04 pm

    I am desperately trying to find a place on this website where I can ask questions? This will be out first year doing Charlotte Mason and I have NO idea what to use for highschool senior materials. Could someone help me please? Many Thanks
    madisonariel@yahoo.com
    225.802.2321

    • Dana | Jul 1, 2016 at 4:54 pm

      Absolutely! I’m so sorry for your difficulty! Contact forms have been added for next time, but I’m emailing you now… and thanks for letting me know!

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