Spotlight: The Homeschool Project Podcast

Last year we decided that we were going to homeschool our children.  It was something that we had thought about for quite a while and we finally made the decision.  About 6 months ago we started the Homeschool Project Podcast to try and build a community for homeschool families and all those that might have interest in starting.  

1) We are so excited to introduce our first podcast interview-The Homeschool Project Podcast. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your podcast.

“Hi! I’m Anita and my husband, Nathan, and I are the hosts to The Homeschool Project Podcast. We are an active duty military family currently stationed in Northeast Ohio.  Nathan and I have been married for 13 years, together for 19, and in the military for 11.  We have 3 children whose ages are 3, 6, and 9.  

Before the military, we lived out in New Mexico in the middle of the national forest, because Nathan’s first job out of college was working for the Department of Game and Fish.  I am a registered nurse and worked up until 3 years ago when we had our 3rd child.

Last year we decided that we were going to homeschool our children.  It was something that we had thought about for quite a while and we finally made the decision.  About 6 months ago we started the Homeschool Project Podcast to try and build a community for homeschool families and all those that might have interest in starting.  

We speak about our trials and tribulations not only in homeschooling but as parents and also as a military family.  We keep it fun because the process is fun and so is being parents.  There’s enough negative stuff out there and we wanted our podcast to be light and a place people could come to get inspired and laugh a little too.” 

2) What inspired you to begin your podcast as a family?

“We started the podcast because we thought we could help other families that were new to homeschooling or thinking about it.  When we started our journey it was from scratch.  Nobody in our family homeschooled nor did we know anyone that did.  We were on our own at first so we thought how great it would be if we could start something where we could all share our ideas and thoughts to make life a little easier and a little more fun.  

We have been doing an episode every week for about 6 months now.  If anything, it has brought us closer as a family and made us realize that we made the right decision. Our hope is to eventually expand on our podcast and connect with the community through videos, newsletters, and services.”

3) You had mentioned to me that you have been collaborating with your sisters. How have they been involved with your project?      

“So I have 3 sisters and we are all separated.  Two live in Florida and one in Mississippi.  They all have so much to offer so we thought it would be cool to have them on the podcast.  They each have something to contribute so it makes it interesting.  One is a high school math teacher, and the other two are about to start homeschooling as well. My older sister has a talent in the kitchen and has begun to create cooking videos for the family.   

When my sisters make a guest appearance, we don’t just talk about homeschooling though.  We speak about all the ridiculous things that parents go through, we talk about life, and once a month we get together just to have a girl’s night.  Its really special that although we are all split up, we get to come together because of the podcast that we started.”

4) Where can we find you on social media, and are there ways to get involved with your podcast?      

“Subscribe to The Homeschool Project Podcast on your favorite Podcast App, follow us on Instagram, and join us on Facebook!

If you have any questions at all or need assistance in getting started in homeschooling please contact us. This is why we created the podcast, to help others! 

Email us at thehomeschoolprojectpodcast@gmail.com, or message us through Instagram.

We are always open for people to join us on an episode that have something to share whether it be their homeschooling experience, career spotlight, or a service they provide that could benefit other parents and families.”

Re-Imagine Series – E58: Overlanding with Sarah from Our World Safari / Homeschooling along the Pan-American Highway The Homeschool Project Podcast

Hello and welcome back! Today we have Sarah, the creator of Our World Safari, joining us. Sarah and her family made the decision to place their lives on hold in BC, Canada to embark on an 18 month long adventure with their 2 kids, overlander, kite boards, surfboards, SUP's, bikes and cameras to explore the Americas one day at a time. They are traveling the Pan American highway to Central America in their 1992 retired fire fighting vehicle 'Bruce', and are currently in Mexico.Sarah shares on their traveling adventures, her philosophy on her children's education,  what learning looks like on the road, and how they are making good on a dream that started over 10 years ago. So grab a seat and join us as we share the story of an ordinary family on an extraordinary journey.If you like what you hear and have enjoyed our show, please show your appreciation by subscribing to our Podcast and leaving us a review on your Podcast App of choice.We would love to hear from you so please email us with any comments or questions you have.Visit us and all of our content, including our blog, at http://www.thehomeschoolprojectpodcast.comAs always, let's Light A Fire They Can't Put OutThank you for listening!Show NotesOur World Safari website: A WordPress Site Home – (worldsafari.ca)Instagram: @ourworldsafari

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