Episode 150: Listener Q&A, Part 2

Episode 150: Listener Q&A, Part 2

Hey! Hey! We’re once again answering listeners' emails on a wide variety of topics this week. Want to know how not to be a homeschool whackjob? Or how to choose a different schooling option without caving to judgmental responses? Chances are, if you’ve had a question for Fletch and Kendra, you’ll hear the answers you’ve been waiting for.

We're also talking about a podcast we think we should never, never do. Tune in!

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Episode 149: Listener Q&A, Part 1

Episode 149: Listener Q&A, Part 1

We’re almost 150 episodes in and the emails keep coming! 

On this week’s episode of Homeschooling in Real Life, we’re answering listeners emails on a wide variety of topics. Judgmental homeschoolers? We got that. Homeschooling high school? Yep, that, too. Chances are, if you’ve had a question for Fletch and Kendra, you’ll hear the answers you’ve been waiting for.

It’s fast-paced, light, sometimes serious, but always with the goal of keeping the main thing the main thing.

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Episode 40: Ask Us Anything You Want, Again

Episode 40: Ask Us Anything You Want, Again

We did it again! 

Taking your questions, we're answering with what we hope is helpful insight and humor, too, of course!

  • What do you do about kids who don't want to do their schoolwork?
  • How do you decide what subjects to include if mom and dad don't agree?
  • What activities is a homeschooling mom able to pursue for herself?

Tune in to hear these questions answered and more!

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Episode 6 - I Am Thinking About Homeschooling, But . . .

Episode 6 - I Am Thinking About Homeschooling, But . . .

Thinking about homeschooling? Have a friend who is? On this episode of Homeschooling IRL, we’ll answer your burning questions about homeschooling, such as, “Will my kids have to raise their hands to ask to go to the bathroom?”, “What about the prom?”, and “Who gets to be the lunch lady?”

Just kiddin’. We’ve polled moms and dads who are considering homeschooling and asked them what concerns them most. We didn’t prompt or suggest their comments, and you just might find yourself relating to what they have to say.

When told they fear burnout, kids who turn out wacky, and their own academic shortcomings, we responded with honesty and transparency with some good old fashioned humor and self-deprecation mixed in. This is the stuff of real life!

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