Are you a Type-B mom? If you’re the mom who is far from perfect, insecure about your ability to homeschool, and worried that you’re going to mess it all up, then this podcast is for YOU! (Spoiler alert…almost every mom feels this way!)
Join Yvette Hampton for the second half of her conversation with Tauna Meyer, homeschooling mom of 6, popular speaker, and founder of ProverbialHomemaker.com, as she offers wisdom to moms with a few simple reminders of the things we should stop worrying about.
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Tauna Meyer has a passion for providing simple solutions and relatable encouragement that help moms overcome the hurdles that keep them from homeschooling successfully, all while pointing themselves and their children to Christ.
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