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Joyfully Homeschooling

Misty Bailey

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Joyfully Homeschooling
Joyfully Homeschooling

Joyfully Homeschooling

Misty Bailey

24
Followers
13
Plays
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Created with the homeschool mom in mind, the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast is here to encourage and inspire you on your homeschool journey. Through real stories, real struggles, and real life, Misty Bailey and her guests share how to embrace imperfection and strive for a more joyful homeschool.  Misty is a homeschool mom to three kids and has been homeschooling for over 9 years. Learn more about her mission to encourage and equip the homeschool mom on her blog Joy in the Journey (findingjoyinthejourney.net) catch show notes and more at JoyfullyHomeschooling.com

Latest Episodes

JH76: Homeschooling Difficult Teens with Dachelle McVey

If you are parenting teens, feel like a failure at this whole motherhood thing, or are just nervous about one-day having teens, don’t miss this episode! It will help you have more joy in your homeschool. I guarantee it!

43 MIN22 h ago
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JH76: Homeschooling Difficult Teens with Dachelle McVey

JH75: How to Be More Consistent in Homeschooling

How many times does something in your day distract you or your kids and lead you all away from school?Do you long for a more consistent homeschool? I am sharing some tips and encouragement to help you be more consistent in homeschooling.

23 MIN1 w ago
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JH75: How to Be More Consistent in Homeschooling

JH74: Homeschooling Through Grief with Renee Brown

Homeschooling through grief can be hard, if not impossible. We are chatting with Renee Brown about this topic and how you can overcome the obstacle of grief while homeschooling.

56 MIN2 w ago
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JH74: Homeschooling Through Grief with Renee Brown

JHBonus: The Best Gift We Can Give our Children

I've seen the photos of huge curriculum piles. The homeschool rooms that make me think mine is less adequate. I dream of being able to take my kids anywhere they want to go for a field trip. And all these things make me lose sight of the big picture. They zap my joy, steal my energy, and make me want more. Without realizing what I already have. You see, it's not about the material possessions. It's not about what we have to use in our homeschools.

17 MIN3 w ago
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JHBonus: The Best Gift We Can Give our Children

JH73: To Public School and Home Again with Latonya Moore

In this episode, Latonya Moore and I talk about what lead up to the decision for her to put her children back in public school. We talk transitions, regrets, internal obstacles and more. If you have ever thought the grass looked greener on the other side, this episode is for you!

37 MINSEP 20
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JH73: To Public School and Home Again with Latonya Moore

JH72: Overcoming Postpartum Depression with June Doran

In this episode of the podcast, June Doran shares her story with postpartum depression as well as the symptoms, what helped her, and how you can encourage a mom in your life who may be suffering from PPD. I almost guarantee you that someone you know has dealt with this, and we can all encourage that momma on her homeschool journey.

37 MINSEP 13
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JH72: Overcoming Postpartum Depression with June Doran

JH71: The Sandwich Generation with Natalie Mack

In this episode, Natalie and I chat about the sandwich generation and her families experience with taking her mother in law into her home. We chat about how we can recognize the symptoms in our own parents, making a plan ahead of time for difficult decisions and homeschooling through the process. Whether we want to acknowledge it or not, we will all face this season in our lives at some point. When it comes, we should be prepared.

52 MINSEP 6
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JH71: The Sandwich Generation with Natalie Mack

JH70: Overcoming Obstacles to Homeschooling

Kicking off a brand new series on overcoming obstacles to homeschooling. This series will be about my guest's stories regarding obstacles that for many, would stand in the way of homeschooling. Moments that leads to a family questioning whether or not they should even continue homeschooling. I want to thank each and every one of my guests in advance for being willing to share these difficult topics and moments in order to encourage other homeschool moms who are on a similar journey.

12 MINAUG 30
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JH70: Overcoming Obstacles to Homeschooling

JH69: Homeschool Regrets with Davonne Parks

Homeschool regrets. We all have them right? I am chatting with my real-life friend, Davonne Parks, what we were like when we first began homeschooling, and how we have changed through the years.

37 MINAUG 23
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JH69: Homeschool Regrets with Davonne Parks

JHBonus: How to Overcome a Bad Homeschool Day

I remember years ago when we had the WORST first day of school ever. Since then bad days have come and gone, but how we overcome them have remained the same. Having a bad day of school doesn't mean the homeschool year will be a failure, choose joy moms and things will get better!

8 MINAUG 19
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JHBonus: How to Overcome a Bad Homeschool Day

Latest Episodes

JH76: Homeschooling Difficult Teens with Dachelle McVey

If you are parenting teens, feel like a failure at this whole motherhood thing, or are just nervous about one-day having teens, don’t miss this episode! It will help you have more joy in your homeschool. I guarantee it!

43 MIN22 h ago
Comments
JH76: Homeschooling Difficult Teens with Dachelle McVey

JH75: How to Be More Consistent in Homeschooling

How many times does something in your day distract you or your kids and lead you all away from school?Do you long for a more consistent homeschool? I am sharing some tips and encouragement to help you be more consistent in homeschooling.

23 MIN1 w ago
Comments
JH75: How to Be More Consistent in Homeschooling

JH74: Homeschooling Through Grief with Renee Brown

Homeschooling through grief can be hard, if not impossible. We are chatting with Renee Brown about this topic and how you can overcome the obstacle of grief while homeschooling.

56 MIN2 w ago
Comments
JH74: Homeschooling Through Grief with Renee Brown

JHBonus: The Best Gift We Can Give our Children

I've seen the photos of huge curriculum piles. The homeschool rooms that make me think mine is less adequate. I dream of being able to take my kids anywhere they want to go for a field trip. And all these things make me lose sight of the big picture. They zap my joy, steal my energy, and make me want more. Without realizing what I already have. You see, it's not about the material possessions. It's not about what we have to use in our homeschools.

17 MIN3 w ago
Comments
JHBonus: The Best Gift We Can Give our Children

JH73: To Public School and Home Again with Latonya Moore

In this episode, Latonya Moore and I talk about what lead up to the decision for her to put her children back in public school. We talk transitions, regrets, internal obstacles and more. If you have ever thought the grass looked greener on the other side, this episode is for you!

37 MINSEP 20
Comments
JH73: To Public School and Home Again with Latonya Moore

JH72: Overcoming Postpartum Depression with June Doran

In this episode of the podcast, June Doran shares her story with postpartum depression as well as the symptoms, what helped her, and how you can encourage a mom in your life who may be suffering from PPD. I almost guarantee you that someone you know has dealt with this, and we can all encourage that momma on her homeschool journey.

37 MINSEP 13
Comments
JH72: Overcoming Postpartum Depression with June Doran

JH71: The Sandwich Generation with Natalie Mack

In this episode, Natalie and I chat about the sandwich generation and her families experience with taking her mother in law into her home. We chat about how we can recognize the symptoms in our own parents, making a plan ahead of time for difficult decisions and homeschooling through the process. Whether we want to acknowledge it or not, we will all face this season in our lives at some point. When it comes, we should be prepared.

52 MINSEP 6
Comments
JH71: The Sandwich Generation with Natalie Mack

JH70: Overcoming Obstacles to Homeschooling

Kicking off a brand new series on overcoming obstacles to homeschooling. This series will be about my guest's stories regarding obstacles that for many, would stand in the way of homeschooling. Moments that leads to a family questioning whether or not they should even continue homeschooling. I want to thank each and every one of my guests in advance for being willing to share these difficult topics and moments in order to encourage other homeschool moms who are on a similar journey.

12 MINAUG 30
Comments
JH70: Overcoming Obstacles to Homeschooling

JH69: Homeschool Regrets with Davonne Parks

Homeschool regrets. We all have them right? I am chatting with my real-life friend, Davonne Parks, what we were like when we first began homeschooling, and how we have changed through the years.

37 MINAUG 23
Comments
JH69: Homeschool Regrets with Davonne Parks

JHBonus: How to Overcome a Bad Homeschool Day

I remember years ago when we had the WORST first day of school ever. Since then bad days have come and gone, but how we overcome them have remained the same. Having a bad day of school doesn't mean the homeschool year will be a failure, choose joy moms and things will get better!

8 MINAUG 19
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JHBonus: How to Overcome a Bad Homeschool Day