Up for Grabs: Free 30 minute Homeschooling Consultation

Today’s giveaway is a copy of Michelle Barone’s “Finding Your Way – Exploring Your Family’s Educational Journey“.

Michelle is also offering a free 30 minute consultation.  Michelle Barone is a family therapist and teacher and you can learn more about her here.

Incidentally Michelle is going to be a guest on the show in a few weeks so listen for that.

The winner of the Compleat Mother subscription is:

(Drum Roll Please!)

Leslie aka La Mama Naturale

(Leslie please email me at clauth@gmail.com to redeem your subscription.)

To win the book and free homeschooling consultation, leave a comment below. :)

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8 Responses to Up for Grabs: Free 30 minute Homeschooling Consultation

  1. Congrats again on your 100th show Carrie! I’ve been visiting the Compleat Mother website this week.

    And who can’t use a talk about homeschooling! :)

  2. Heather Carpenter says:

    I love Natural Moms talk radio! Thank you for this blog and the whole website is great :)

  3. Hey Carrie! I love this website! I just recently added it to my recommended websites for my clients!

  4. Carrie, you are an inspiration to me and to so many others. Keep doing what your doing!

  5. I absolutely love your show!! Congratulations on your 100th episode! Are the homeschooling and natural family planning books still available?

  6. Melissa says:

    I am always looking for ways to keep our homeschooling fun and interesting!! It would be great to have more ideas. Thank you for this opportunity to learn!

  7. angela g says:

    I have just started homeschooling my son this year, and i have found that it is a lot of fun, but very scary! i am so very worried that i will do more damage than good sometimes. i really enjoyed listening to this show, thank you for such a great opportunity!

  8. Shanika says:

    I have two girls, 9 months and 2 1/2 years old. I’m always looking for more things to do with my oldest who is advanced. What I find is that she is at the in between age where most educational material, activities, and classes are for older children.

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