|Single Parent Homeschooling||Vol. 93, Prg. 1–5|
October 19–23, 2009
When you’re single with children, homeschooling can appear daunting. Single homeschooling mom Mary Jo Tate shares practical tips and advice to make home education a possibility for your family.
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Mary Jo Tate
Mary Jo has been homeschooling for 12 years, the last eight of them as a single mom. An international editor and book coach for nearly 25 years, she also teaches homeschoolers, single moms, and work-at-home moms how to create balance between family life and home business.
Mary Jo has a heart to help, encourage, and inspire other homeschoolers—especially single moms. She reminds them, “If God has called you to homeschool your children, He will provide the strength, patience, grace, resources, and time to do it.” She desires for her life to be a testimony of God’s faithfulness. For resources and encouragement for single parents, visit www.SingleParentsAtHome.com.
The number one question people ask Mary Jo is “How do you do it all?” Her answer comes in two parts: “I don’t, and I redefine do it all.” Working from home while bringing up a family and homeschooling can often seem like an overwhelming task, so she has developed powerful strategies that cut through the chaos and get results. She shares her system for success in her course, “How Do You Do It All?” Click the link above to learn more.
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