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!
Today’s episode is with my good friend Latonya Moore.
Latonya Moore homeschools her two daughters in Middle Tennessee with her husband. She also teaches regularly on Outschool.com while managing her blog and podcast, Joy in the Ordinary.
She and I chatted in episode 29 about homeschool planning, struggles, and fears. And today we are talking about a difficult season she had in her life where instead of keeping on homeschooling, her kids attended school for awhile.
Latonya and I talk about what lead up to the decision, how the transition went, and whether or not she deals with regrets over the decision. She also talks about the internal obstacles she faced, questioning whether or not staying home and homeschooling was “all” that she should be doing.
If you have ever thought the grass was greener on the other side of the school choice fence, this episode is for you.
Be sure to listen to the whole episode. This is just a small snippet of our conversation.
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- Episode 29 with Latonya Moore on Homeschool Planning
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