Finding great information to help your homeschooling family is gold so take a look at some of the best homeschool bloggers I’ve come across so far! You homeschool, but you are more than a teacher giving assignments and picking a curriculum.
You enjoy traveling, reading, being more than “mom,” and taking time for reflection and finding fulfillment.
Here is a list of some of the best homeschool bloggers from across the US (and Canada) who I have come across that give great information and inspire. Some give info about homeschooling, creating a business, and some bloggers have great tips on integrating them both.
They are living their best lives and taking you along on that journey. Here we go!
Have you ever wanted to sell everything and just hit the road with your family? You can explore new cultures and pin “where I have been” tacks on your globe. Karen has while homeschooling. Yes. It’s possible.
Even if you don’t plan on road schooling anytime soon, you can enjoy Karen’s blog posts and live vicariously through her. She takes you on a journey with her family throughout the world.
It makes me want to take a road trip! She also blogs about budget travel tips and parenting. Homeschoolers out there are doing some incredible things.
Moms working full-time and homeschooling? What in the world? It’s true. With a bit of faith, ideas, and support, you can do it too.
Besides being super friendly, Jen, who blogs at Practical by Default, provides excellent resources for moms who (or want to) homeschool and work full time. She is a gem from Canada, reminding us that homeschooling is happening in other parts of the world too.
Moms often ask whether it is possible to work (for an income) and homeschool and the answer is yes! I freelance part-time, and homeschool and other moms out there are even working full-time. Do what you gotta do.
You can work and homeschool if you need to.
You can catch Jen on her blog and in her Facebook group, “Working Homeschool Mom Club by Jen MacKinnon.” with over 24,000 homeschool moms.
Do you have a drawer full of curriculum that you ghosted? *Raises hand*
You might want to consider taking a peek at minimalism resources…homeschool style.
Zara has a great book on minimalistic homeschooling. After finishing her book, I naturally wanted to check out more of her stuff.
Minimalism does not have to be a scary word or provoke images of barren shelves. It means doing and feeling like enough with the minimum.
Minimalism is counter-culture because of our ability to get all the stuff delivered in a day to our doorstep, but minimalism is a concept I am trying to adopt.
Zara has lots of great resources if you want to dip your toe in the pool of minimalism.
Do you ever feel like there is just no more room in your day and soul? There’s a blog for that.
Kim is a homeschooling mom by day and a CEO of a growing empire also by day. Did you say to yourself, “I don’t know how you do it?” The first step is believing that you can.
Moms are doing it every day with support. Mamas need a village too!
Kim is the Enterprising Homeschool Mom who helps moms create capacity for a family, career, homeschooling, and everything in between. You can catch her on her podcast or giving insights on her blog.
I don’t know about you, but I love checklists and guides. After piecing together resources on homeschooling while being an entrepreneur, I wish I had come across Nicole earlier in my journey. Like a decade ago.
Nicole heads the mompreneur project and takes you from SAHM with a “little engine that could” to an “I know I can” mentality. You can accelerate forward with a business that fits your personality, and Nicole can help.
She is a successful content writer that tells you what she knows without the fluff. Check out her helpful opt-in on creating an empire of your own.
Expand your Homeschooling Mom Horizons
Let me pause for a moment. Where were all these mamas ten years ago? Planting in their garden of greatness, I suppose. Lucky for us, they are here now with blogs, podcasts, courses, and groups.
The five homeschool bloggers I have featured are unique in their style, but they all share one thing in common they want to help other families homeschool while working, traveling, or being a CEO.
Wearing all the hats is not always easy, but a whole village offers excellent insights into what works best for them and tips you can use too!
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