Are you exhausted, frustrated, and stressed?
Homeschooling your kids is overwhelming and exhausting. You’re burnt out, frustrated, and life is spiraling out of control!
Life doesn’t match your homeschooling dreams!
You just want to love homeschooling. It’s what God is calling you today.
I believe you can bring order to chaos and love homeschooling.
And bringing order to chaos isn’t about overplanning and turning into a schedule slave – it’s about creating a plan that’s tailored to your family’s needs. A plan that reduces your stress and effortlessly keeps you on track. A plan that creates schedules and routines which work for you, not against you.
So you can educate your kids at the kitchen table and love every moment!
Just want you to know, your emails are such a blessing and encouragement to me, as well as a go-to source for me as I am still in the beginning stages of classical education.
I love reading your emails, they are so refreshing and down to earth! I can relate so much to the subjects you write about! Thank you for your hard work and thoughtful and inspiring emails.
Imagine waking up in the morning excited the day ahead!
What if instead of feeling frustrated by the chaos, you sit down to homeschooling knowing what needs to be done. The pages are printed. The books are on the shelf. And the kids are attentive.
What if instead of watching your homeschool fall farther and farther behind, you effortlessly stayed on track.
- You enjoy long discussions over tea with your kids.
- Rainy afternoons are spent curled up together on the sofa reading literature.
- Every week brings new and exciting science experiments in the kitchen.
- And you actually get to study famous artists.
When you become a member of Classically Homeschooling’s community, you learn how to educate your kids at the kitchen table and love every moment!
Hello, I’m Sara
I’m a veteran homeschool mom of six. Since I started homeschooling in 2001, three of my children have graduated from my homeschool, headed off to college, and moved on to adult life.
My fourth is graduating spring of 2021.
And my youngest two kids are still in elementary school.
I have a foot in both worlds as I’ve been there, done that when it comes to homeschooling. And at the same time, I have my feet firmly planted in the needs of today’s homeschoolers.
Over my years of homeschooling, I’ve learned that the most successful homeschool isn’t the most rigorous, the most relaxed, or the most complicated.
No, the most successful homeschool simplifies both your life and your curriculum so you can focus on what’s most important.
Giving your kids an excellent education at the kitchen table.
Here at Classically Homeschooling, I share the simple tips I picked up along the way with posts such as:
- 31 Days to a Well-Run Homeschool
- 10 Bad Habits You Need to Break for Successful Homeschooling
- How to Be Done Homeschooling By Noon
- 13 Important Books on Classical Education to Read This Year
- Homeschool Curriculum Reviews You Need to Read
So are you ready to love homeschooling?
Reading your Classical Homeschooling blog is a constant encouragement to me and I thank God for that. You do not know how much they have inspired me and kept me going.
When you become a member of Classically Homeschooling’s community, you learn how to create educate your kids at the kitchen table and love every moment!
Send me an email, introduce yourself, and tell me about what keeps you from enjoying your homeschool. I read every email sent and will do my best to respond back.