Coffee With Carrie: Homeschool Podcast

The Homeschool Legacy: An Interview With A 2nd Generation Homeschooler

September 16, 2021 Carrie De Francisco Season 3 Episode 86
Coffee With Carrie: Homeschool Podcast
The Homeschool Legacy: An Interview With A 2nd Generation Homeschooler
Show Notes

If you are ever in doubt about your calling to homeschool, or if you need to subdue those fears that you are "messing up your kids," then talk with a 2nd Generation Homeschooler!  In this week's Coffee With Carrie episode, Carrie has a conversation with Christa Svoboda of Seek Wholly Living Podcast.  Christa was homeschooled through high school and now she and her husband homeschool their own children.  In this episode, Carrie talks with Christa  about what it was like to be homeschooled, the many blessings of growing up in a homeschooling family, homeschooling lessons learned and applied in life and in motherhood, and why Christa, like many other homeschool graduates, decide to continue the homeschool legacy by educating their own at home.  You will be inspired, you will be encouraged, and you will be motivated.  Christa is full of great stories, practical advice, and simple ideas.   Join Carrie and Christa for a little coffee and conversation.  You don't want to miss this week's coffee break!

Check out Christa's podcast, Seek Wholly Living with Christa Svoboda, and her IG account, @seekwhollyliving.

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