Homeopathy: Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond – Session 1 Preview

Listen to Session 1 of Sue Meyer's new online course, Homeopathy: Pregnancy, Birth and BeyondJoin Sue Meyer for this journey of motherhood from pregnancy to birth and beyond!  In this week’s episode of Homeopathy for Mommies,   Sue shares Session 1 of her new online course, Homeopathy: Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond.  Throughout this new course, sue shares what she learned through her life as the mom of 11 children and 33 grandchildren (with more on the way!).  This specific session is an introduction to the course where Sue talks about her birth stories and shares a few prenatal remedies along the way.

Click Here to find out more about the Homeopathy for Mommies NEW Homeopathy: Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond Online Course!

 

The content of the Homeopathy for Mommies Radio post or page, including text, graphics, images, or information contained in text or audio, or other content, is offered on an informational basis only. No content is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should always seek the advice and guidance of a qualified health professional before: Changing or making any adjustment to any medication or treatment protocol you are currently using.

  • Stopping any medication or treatment protocol you are currently using.
  • Starting any new medication or treatment protocol, whether or not it was discussed on the Homeopathy For Mommies Radio show, page or post on this website.
  • Information on this site is informational and not as specifically applicable to any individual’s medical problem(s), concerns and/or needs.
  • These products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or prevent disease.

In each audio remedies are recommended. We are not claiming that the product will cure any of these problems or disorders. We are merely reporting that people have used the product to aid these conditions.

Special Replay: Transcripts Your Key To Free College

Transcripts-Free-CollegeTranscripts! Your Key To Free College with author, and speaker Jean Burke

In this podcast Jean tackles the difficult topic of transcripts and getting them right the first time. Your transcript can become your key to free college with some very important information from this podcast. You don’t need fancy transcripts or expensive services to produce a wonderful copy of your highschool record. In this episode Jean drills down and explains what must be on the transcript as well a the difference between weighted and unweighted grades. Once again you will be taking notes and sharing this episode with a friend!

With a great transcript it is you key to free college!

Remember to keep your questions coming! Visit Jean on her website to find the FAQ or learn more about test prep.

Show Notes:

  1. What is a transcript?
  2. What goes on a transcript?
  3. How necessary is a fancy transcript or transcript service?
  4. What is a weighted and unweighted grade?
  5. Must you have a grading key on the transcript? Why is this important?
  6. Do you need your SAT or ACT scores on your transcript.
  7. Do classes count differently, such as dual enrollment or an AP class?
  8. Including Community Service Hours

Website Links:

HSLDA – State Information

Common App – Common Ap.org

More show topics coming – such as Community Service Hours, and High School Notebooks.

Using the Homeopathy For Mommies Book To Take Care Of Your Family

Using the Homeopathy for Mommies Book to Take Care Of Your Family - with Sue Meyer of Homeopathy for MommiesThis week, Sue shares a recording of a part of her recent advanced homeopathy class in Ft. Myers, Florida where she talks to moms about how to use her Homeopathy for Mommies book to care for their families.

Get Sue’s Homeopathy for Mommies book by clicking here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can get more in-depth training like this in Sue’s Crash Course in Homeopathy! Sue has developed a 10-Class AUDIO Series based on her book, Homeopathy for Mommies, that gives you a “Crash Course” in learning how to use homeopathy to treat acute conditions in your family.  Click Here to see more!

 

 

 


The content of the Homeopathy for Mommies Radio post or page, including text, graphics, images, or information contained in text or audio, or other content, is offered on an informational basis only. No content is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should always seek the advice and guidance of a qualified health professional before: Changing or making any adjustment to any medication or treatment protocol you are currently using.

  • Stopping any medication or treatment protocol you are currently using.
  • Starting any new medication or treatment protocol, whether or not it was discussed on the Homeopathy For Mommies Radio show, page or post on this website.
  • Information on this site is informational and not as specifically applicable to any individual’s medical problem(s), concerns and/or needs.
  • These products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or prevent disease.

In each audio remedies are recommended. We are not claiming that the product will cure any of these problems or disorders. We are merely reporting that people have used the product to aid these conditions.

 

Special Replay: Easy Fundraisers for Homeschool Groups

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Does your homeschool organization need some ideas for raising money? Carol Topp, the Homeschool CPA, shares ideas for easy fundraising in this episode of the Dollars And Sense Show.

Easy fundraisers show notes:

Coupon and reward programs
Box Tops. Need 501c3 status
Shopping reward like Kroger Plus program
E Scrip

Food as a fundraiser
Pizza sales, bake sales to members
Candy, popcorn sales to public could impose a reporting to you state’s AG office
Restaurant (Chik-Fil-A) give a percent of proceeds from one night to your organization
Dinners as fundraisers

Donations
Via email, website, crowd funding, etc
Read-a-thon or walk-a-thon
Car washes and bake sales

Sell products
Ideas at TopSchoolFundraisers.com
Used curriculum sale. Charge an entrance fee, or a table fee to the sellers (or both!)

Reporting the Fundraiser income:
The IRS considers fundraisers to be unrelated to your nonprofit purpose and therefore, subject to taxation. Exceptions to the Unrelated Business Income tax:

  • Under $1,000 income from fundraisers in a year
  • All volunteer labor (no hired help to run the fundraiser)
  • Not regularly carried on
  • Selling donated items

State may require reporting to their attorney General if you sell to the public or solicit donations from the public. Usual exceptions are: only sales to members, a  dollar threshold ($25,000 is common), all volunteer labor, but these vary by state.

Warning: No Individual fundraising accounts!
See http://homeschoolcpa.com/scouts-dont-allow-individual-fundraising-account-and-neither-should-you/

New links:

Blog posts  on fundraising: http://homeschoolcpa.com/tag/fund-raising/

Article “Easy Fundraisers for Homeschool Groups” at http://homeschoolcpa.com/leader-tools/articles/

More information:
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Money Management in a Homeschool Organization book

Blog posts  on fundraising: http://homeschoolcpa.com/tag/fund-raising/

Article “Easy Fundraisers for Homeschool Groups” at http://homeschoolcpa.com/leader-tools/articles/

 

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Special Replay: Any tax breaks for homeschoolers?

Any tax breaks for homeschoolers?

 

Are there any tax breaks for homeschoolers? Carol Topp, CPA answered this question originally back in 2014, but the answer is still the same-even with the new tax laws passed in 2017. Additionally, Carol gives some details on college expenses that are tax deductible and tax advantaged college savings plans.

In the podcast Carol mentioned these resources:

Home School Legal Defense Association has an explanation of some states’ tax breaks or credits:http://www.hslda.org/docs/nche/000010/200504150.asp

Ann Zeise of A to Z Home’s Cool has a great, detailed and lengthy post of tax write-offs for homeschoolers:
https://a2zhomeschooling.com/laws/homeschool_laws_legalities/tax_deductions_educational_writeoffs/


Featured Resource from the Homeschool CPA:


HomeschoolCPA.com helps homeschool leaders with legal and tax compliance.

Go to HomeschoolCPA.com

Special Replay: Cornerstone of Math

Cornerstone of Math Replay with the Brain Coach, Dr. Jan BedellSpecial Replay this week from The Brain Coach: Is your child struggling with math? Do you have a gifted child that needs to secure a good math foundation that will let them soar? Is your 5, 9 or 15 year old having trouble remembering their math facts? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, this is the podcast for you!

Dr. Jan will lead you through the foundation and cornerstone of math.

Foundation:
1. Rote counting – Counting CD
2. Understanding quantity – first count accurately, then be able to look at fingers, pictures on a page, and dice and be able to recognize the quantity
3. Counting from any random number to a specific number
4. Skip Counting
5. Concept of math operations:
a. What is addition, subtraction, multiplication or division?
b. Progression through the different aspects of each operation, i.e. multi-digit addition all the way through 2 and 3 digit division. This progression is made available through Visual Circle Math
(downloadable & printed copy), a way to advance quickly through understanding of concepts if a child is advanced in math. Great also for remediation if a child is struggling with math as
they can go at their own pace. Also available in: Visual Circle Math (download only)

6. Word problems – holding pieces together long enough to figure out what is important information requires good auditory processing.

 

Get your free Auditory Processing Test Kit at LittleGiantSteps.com
Cornerstone:
Math Facts – Rapid Recall System be sure to choose the operation you want (addition, subtraction, etc. or get all four operations at a major discount).
See handout for special Ultimate Home School Radio discounts on all products mentioned on today’s podcast.

Painless Class Registration

Painless Class Registration from the Homeschool CPADo you find registering classes in your homeschool group to be a dreaded chore? Seth Lowery from LoveMyGroups.com offers an online service called The Hub. It was built with homeschool groups in mind. Hear about how The Hub will make registration and accepting payments for classes easier!

Featured link:  http://www.lovemygroups.com/thehub-features/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 FEATURED PRODUCT from HomeschoolCPA:

 

 

Homeschool Co-ops:  How to Start Them, Run Them, and Not Burn Out

Have you ever thought about starting a homeschool co-op? Are you afraid it will be too much work? Do you think you’ll have to do it all by yourself? Starting a homeschool co-op can be easy! This book Homeschool Co-ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out will give you ideas, inspiration, tips, wisdom and the tools you need to start a homeschool co-op, run it and not burn out!

Click Here to request more information!

 

5 Reasons Why Homeschool High School Works

5 Reasons why homeschooling high school works

From the Homeschool High School Podcast

Homeschooling teens all the way to graduation actually works! While you may know families who have been successful, you may not understand WHY homeschooling high school is a solid choice for many families.

Here are 5 reasons why homeschool high school works well for lots of teens

1.Teens have so many resources for academics.

High school academic work does not need to be tackled independently. Perhaps a generation ago high school work was overwhelming for some families to cover at home, but no longer! Homeschool high schoolers can choose from traditional or innovative texts, co-ops, online classes, community college courses, and more. Finding a teacher who has expertise in a field that confuses mom is easy with the internet at your fingertips.

2. Teens are able to take ownership of much of their high school experience.

A healthy component of becoming an independent adult is gradually taking on more and more personal ownership in life, accomplishing tasks and reaching goals without someone older guiding every baby-step of the process. Homeschooling high school provides an arena in which this process can unfold. Teens help set goals at the beginning of the school year, learn to manage their time wisely, learn to track their progress, and reach goals without micro-management that impedes healthy independence.

3.  Teens are able to explore callings, passions and career paths.

With less busywork, teens have time to dream, to explore the arts, to pursue athletics, to volunteer with groups that interest them. The freer schedule of homeschool high school gives teens the space in which to find out more about the passions God has placed in their hearts, the careers they might want to pursue, and the callings God has for them in relationship to Him and to others.

4.  Teens have time for personal development and character building.

Homeschool high school works well for teens who need some quiet encouragement to develop personal discipline, to more deeply understand their faith, to wrestle with weaknesses of character that could become strengths if given some time and attention. The opportunity to choose titles for the book list that encourage good character building is a wonderful benefit available to homeschoolers. Mentoring relationships can be fostered during the teen years, yielding fruit that lasts a lifetime.

5.  Teens are able to tailor the high school years toward life after graduation.

Homeschool high school can be tailored to the teen’s plans for after graduation. If a teen is college-bound in a highly competitive academic major, coursework and field-related opportunities can be selected that will set teens in a prime position for acceptance to the university of their choice…perhaps even with scholarship money attached! Career-bound teens can pass on high-level maths and sciences that may serve no purpose in their greater plans, investing that time instead in pursuits that make them stronger candidates in the work field of their choice. Electives in high school provide a wonderful space for tailoring teens’ education to their plans after high school graduation.

There’s not ONE right way to homeschool high school, but there are lots of reasons why homeschool high school works well for so many varied types of families!


If you enjoyed this blog, please check out The Homeschool High School podcast on the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network!

Sabrina and Vicki are your Big Sisters as they share the experience they’ve gained in over 20 years of homeschooling. They are the talky-2 of the 6 Sisters at 7SistersHomeschool.com. They are often joined by their other sisters, Kym and Marilyn OR other 7th Sisters! When YOU join us at The Homeschool Highschool Podcast, YOU will be our 7th Sister, too! Hooray!!

Come be our 7th Sister each week for The Homeschool Highschool Podcast, Tuesday mornings at 9:00 am EST!

Best of Homeschool Sanity: How to Have Your Sanest Homeschool Year

Hoping for a saner homeschool year? I have six suggestions for you. While simple, they’re very powerful for creating the peace and joy you long for.


Want to read this article as a blog post? READ HERE or SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES or ON STITCHER

How to Make This Year Your Sanest Homeschool Year Podcast

Links

Subscribe

Anki

the mistake of giving up on our routines this time of year

The 5 Am Miracle by Jeff Sanders

Pam Barnhill’s Morning Basket Guide

Konos How to Have a New Kid by Friday by Kevin Leman

Supernanny

Nanny 911

an episode I did with Reb Bradley

an episode of this podcast on teaching children to do chores well

Plan to Eat

Tastefully Simple

The Once and For All Meal Plan.

two free planners

Trello

Techie Homeschool Mom

The Organized Homeschool Life

Which of these sanity steps will you take first? Let’s talk about it at Homeschool Sanity on Facebook.

Homeschooling Through Hard Times

Hard times! As much as we might like it to be, life is not all ponies, rainbows, and watercolor daisies.

Homeschooling Through Hard Times with Homeschooling IRLOn this episode of HomeschoolingIRL we discuss the issue of homeschooling when life gets hard. Difficulties can look different in every family – marital stress, tragedies, health challenges, financial loss – and we’ll consider how each of these hardships can put unusual stress on a homeschooling family.

What is our response? What should it be? Join us as we interview homeschooling mom and blogger Linda Difino, who shares her story of homeschooling through multiple hard times.

For complete show notes and links to what we discussed on this episode, go to our website: HomeschoolingIRL.com

For the rest of the year, we will be running a “Best of” series of the Homeschooling IRL episodes. Many of these episodes were earlier episodes that you might have missed. Enjoy!

 

 


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