I remember the day I first decided I wanted to homeschool our kids.

My husband and I weren’t satisfied with the experience our oldest child, John, was having at school—so we committed right then and there to homeschool all our kids, from then on!

Only, as it turns out, the homeschooling world is confusing when you’re just starting out.

I was overwhelmed from the beginning! I started having doubts.

Thankfully, I met a few local mothers who had already been homeschooling for a few years, and we became good friends.

Those friends & mentors made it possible to stick to our plan, and homeschool all our kids all the way through High School, and prepare them for college!

I want to be that friend & mentor for you.

That’s why I started this blog.

If you’re new to the homeschooling world, you’re gonna need a friend who’s been through this experience already.

I’ve been homeschooling for more than 20 years, first with my children (I have four) and then as a tutor and homeschooling mentor for new homeschooling families in Middle Tennessee.

For the last few years, I’ve served as coordinator of the Williamson County Homeschoolers and discovered a love for homeschooling that reaches beyond my own children (at this point, three out of the four are done with school).

Won’t you join me for a cup of proverbial coffee and peruse my blog?