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A Weekend at Kathy’s – Part 2

As I approached 50 (my birthday is September 10th), I started thinking about the legacy I was leaving behind. As a young college student, I was discipled by several amazing women… Susan Felker, Betsy Stark, Donna George, and Debbie Mabry. These women poured into me in a variety of ways. Some met with me over […]

What is Unrelated Business Income or UBIT?

A nonprofit group may raise a lot of money from fund raising. These fundraisers could be so successful the leaders may wonder if the homeschool group owes anything to the government in taxes. For the most part, fund raising is not considered part of your nonprofit group’s mission; it is just a means to the […]

5 Ways to Stay Connected to Your Child

Staying connected to your child In this fast-paced world, it’s easy to let distractions and everyday stress creep in and build a wall between ourselves and our kids. Today, we’re going to be talking about how to stay connected to your child even in the midst of day-to-day life. If you’ve been listening to my […]

HSHSP Ep 123: Successfully Scheduling Your Homeschool Highschool Year

This week on HSHSP Ep 123: Successfully Scheduling Your Homeschool Highschool Year! HSHSP Ep 123: Successfully Scheduling Your Homeschool Highschool Year We know that many homeschooling moms love scheduling…and many DON’T. However, highschool needs organization and scheduling if you’re going to achieve your goals (and your teen graduate in 4 years). What is the one […]

How to Keep Your Students Motivated All Year

Do you have kids who are motivated at the beginning of the year, only to become reluctant learners as the year goes on? If so, you’ll want to listen in for how to motivate homeschool students. But first, I would love to have you like my Facebook page, Psychowith6. I’ll be broadcasting there most Tuesday […]


  Notebooking for Homeschooling Notebooking is a wonderful way to keep track of your homeschoolers work as well as have a wonderful keepsake for the coming years. Notebooking is different than journaling in that one is more about academics and the other is about feelings and thoughts. In this podcast, we explore using notebooking for […]

A Weekend at Kathy’s – Part 1

It happened, it really happened!!! Women from all over the country took a leap of faith by joining me in my home for an entire weekend. Nope, they didn’t know each other. Some of them had never even met me in person. They were all so very different and yet shared a beautiful bond of […]

Top Seven College Scholarships

Top Seven College SCHOLARSHIPS #69 College scholarships can help children get a head start in life. Most people don’t have money saved for college, and this way with scholarships you can help! If children can “earn’ their way with scholarship money they can graduate debt free. 85% of colleges will give scholarships based on merit. Thanks […]

Tool Time

Tool Time Podcast #55 It’s that time of year again! Back to Homeschool!  This makes it Tool Time.. Who else is excited? It’s always fun to get ready for the new year. Kids enjoy it as much as parents! Don’t go into the new year unprepared! In this episode, we take a look at the […]

Is My Homeschool Group Required to Have 501c3 Tax Exempt Status?

Some homeschool groups are very small and are not interested in the benefits of tax exemption such as accepting donations or doing fundraising. Do these small homeschool groups really need 501c3 tax exempt status? No. They don’t. They can run their activities without the benefits of 501c3 tax exempt status. But then how does the […]

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