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our path to homeschooling

SFP 157: Our Decision to Homeschool

In today's episode I am sharing more about our decision to homeschool. Homeschool was never in the plans for our family, so I will tell you more about our decision to go down this path. I'm also sharing some of the vital pieces in making this process successful for our family. Hint: It doesn't involve ...

SFP 156: Little Bits of Happiness [with authors Marc and Angel Chernoff]

Changing your mindset and finding joy usually doesn't happen overnight. Baby steps, right? In today's episode, I am chatting with authors and happiness experts Marc and Angel Chernoff. We'll explore the small ways we can increase happiness and life a more intentional life. Show Notes/Links: Marc and Angel's Website: Marc & Angel Hack Life Find ...

SFP 155: Simple Happy Parenting [The First Chapter of My New Book]

On the podcast today I am reading the first chapter of my new book, Simple Happy Parenting: The Secret of Less for Calmer Parents and Happier Kids. Show Notes/Links: Preorder the book: Simple Happy Parenting Grab your spot in The Masterclass

SFP 154: Simplifying Parenthood [with Nicole Smith]

Simplifying parenthood may sound like a lofty goal. But in today's episode, I am chatting with Nicole Smith, a mother who has made huge strides. Nicole is sharing her 'Journey to Simplicity' that has happened over the past few months. Nicole is a wife, mother of three children, and a former participant in the Simple ...

SFP 153: Simple Living + Free-Range Parenting with Big Kids [with Tsh Oxenreider of The Art of Simple]

In today's episode, Tsh Oxenreider is sharing more about her "Journey to Simplicity". Tsh is a wife and mother of three who has been on the path towards a simpler, more intentional life for over a decade. Tsh is an author and the voice behind The Art of Simple and the podcast 'Simple'. She's sharing ...

SFP 152: The Fear of Underparenting

Overparenting is a phenomenon that happens for many parents who have the best of intentions. We want the best for our children and as a result, we want to do everything and be everything for them. This happens because we are fearful of not doing enough. We fear underparenting. This often spills over into discipline. ...