Finding Balance as a Homeschool Mom

How to Find Balance as Homeschool Mom: The Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast

Achieving balance requires constant effort for homeschool moms. Hopefully the tips in this week’s episode will help.



free Funny Winter Writing prompts

Echo smartpen from Livescribe.

the personal devotions challenge

a Periscope broadcast recently in which I shared that if we are doing the most important things, we won’t get everything done

how your calendar is your most important organizing tool.

Homeschool Sanity on Facebook

Have a happy homeschool week!

How to Find Balance as a Homeschool Mom

You know it’s all a matter of prioritizing, but what does that mean? Join Dr. Melanie Wilson for advice on keeping all your roles in perspective.

HomeschoolingIRL 081 – Raising Children Losing Yourself

How do we balance time for mom and dad while we homeschool?

How to Set Goals that Outlast New Year’s Resolutions – FAH episode 11

Think you’re too busy to set goals? The truth is that the busier you are, the MORE you need to set goals and create a plan for meeting them! In this episode of the “Flourish at Home” show, I share how setting goals helped me move from the chaos of flying by the seat of my pants to a more peaceful, balanced life. You’ll learn my strategies for setting specific, measurable, big, written, shared goals that will make a powerful difference in your daily life.

Setting Goals

If you want more encouragement, inspiration, and practical tips, you’ll enjoy my book, Flourish: Balance for Homeschool Moms. It’s available at

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MBFLP – Balancing Family and Business in a Family Business

MBFLP Balancing Family and Business

One of the things that makes a family business attractive is the freedom to have more time with your spouse and kids! Yet entrepreneurs quickly learn there’s a balancing act going on — it’s no longer your employer which drives your schedule, but your own sense of urgency and ambition! This show, we talk with experienced business owners and trainers Philip and Carroll Sue Priddy about how to make sure you keep these two valuable things in balance, and how to keep “family” and “business” in harmony–not competition!