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Can You Work and Homeschool Your Children?

Kimberly Muhtar and Jen Mackinnon talking about can you work and homeschool your children?

Can you work and homeschool your children?  How is it possible to work and homeschool at the same time and keep your sanity?

The kids, your career or your side business, keeping up with the house work… Is it possible to juggle it all and still take care of yourself and keep your joy?  Can you still keep thinking right, speaking right, and responding right in all the things?

Yes, you can!

I am thrilled to have a special guest to the show, Jen Mackinnon, who understands how hard it can be to juggle your career, homeschool your kids, run your home and keep your sanity.

She’s a working mom with 14 years of homeschooling under her belt.  

Every working mom can homeschool their children while enjoying life.

Jen knows that we just need a little inspiration, a little encouragement, and a BIG dose of community to keep going when things get tough.

You will find all of this in her Working Homeschool Mom Club.

Jen also knows that we need the right tools and systems in our toolbox, and does she deliver those resources that will empower you to work and home-educate your children!  It’s all found on her site, Practical By Default.  It’s loaded with help for you, Mama.  Head on over to her site, Practical By Default to make good use of these resources.

What You Need to Know to Work and Homeschool Well

In this conversation, Jen shares her working mom career and homeschooling journey. She tells us why we should forget balancing it all and start juggling. Her advice is practical and doable whether you feel like it will never end, the to-do’s must be done now, you need help teaching your children that now is “Mommy’s work time,” or you compare yourself to others. Best of all, she shares the two things you need to work and homeschool well. It’s all in this episode of the Renewed Mama Podcast. Enjoy!

Leave a comment and let Jen and I know what one take away you received from this conversation.  We’d love to hear from you.

I bless you, Mama as you work and homeschool your children. When it feels like it’s too much and the to-do list is overwhelming, remember the reason why you chose to work and homeschool your children and hang on to that reason because you are blessing your family and meeting needs. Remember Jen who was quite literally putting food on the table by working. Join Jen’s Working Homeschool Mom Club and follow along here with the Renewed Mama Podcast where you’ll be surrounded by other working and homeschooling moms who are cheering you on!

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