Yvette Hampton talks with return guest, Misty Bailey, founder of the Joyfully Homeschooling blog and host of the Joyfully Homeschooling Podcast, about how to respond to the homeschool naysayers, even when those critics are family and friends; how to cultivate friendships with other moms in the homeschool community and how to start your own homeschooling group or co-op.
If you missed the first part of this conversation you will want to go back and listen to Monday’s episode with Misty Bailey.
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You can find Misty Bailey online at FindingJoyintheJourney.net.
Misty Bailey is on Instagram as @MistyBailey_.
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