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Rachel Rainbolt is the mama behind the Sage Family Podcast, where we gather around a virtual campfire to share meaningful conversations with inspiring and insightful friends around Gentle Parenting, Natural Homeschooling, Simple Living, and Family Adventure. Are you ready to live the family life of your dreams?
 
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Deschooling Money & Minimalism Rachel Rainbolt joins me on the podcast for episode 116, Deschooling, Money & Minimalism. This season we are moving further into the Deschooling process; what it means, why it is important, the broader impacts it has in our life and how it can positively impact our learning journey. (That's right. I said how it can po…
 
Conscious Parenting & Deschooling Re-examining how we live, learn and parent. Welcome to episode 116. This episode is a recording of my December Clubhouse room with Tira Hunter, Erika Kessliman and Missy Willis. Our theme ~ Conscious Parenting and Deschooling goes deeper into our journey of learning and self refelction. Tira Hunter is an unschoolin…
 
Season 6- Deschooling and Growing Without School Welcome to a new season of Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids. Season 6. If you are new to the podcast, let me introduce myself. My name is Robyn Robertson and I am the creator and host of Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids. I am a home educating mom with hopes, dreams, failures and doubts. Just like y…
 
Today I’m here with Rachelle Crawford talking about Messy Minimalism. Rachelle is the author of Messy Minimalism and the founder of Abundant Life with Less. We go over messy minimalism, starting with the who instead of the why, wrestling with assumptions, helping kids into minimalism, becoming more conscious consumers, reducing decision fatigue, wh…
 
Veteran Unschooling Moms Q&A Are you new to unschooling? Does it sound like a beautiful concept, to support your children in their natural, non-rushed learning process? But yet, are you still having a hard time wrapping your head around it? What about the unschooled teens? What happens to the families that have unschooled all of their lives? Or for…
 
Today I’m here with Matt Matheson talking about giving. Matt is a husband, father, educator, and founder of Family Money School. We go over how giving fits into financial freedom, what strategies we use for the mechanics of giving, how to encourage children to be giving, and how to be generous outside of financial donations. Get the full show notes…
 
Building Literacy At Home This is episode 113 and I am excited to share this Clubhouse discussion on building literacy at home. In this special episode I invited three moms that share my passion for learning in the natural world. All three of my co-hosts are former school educators and two of the three are now homeschooling parents. Lesley Jones Se…
 
Today I’m here with Sarah Rosensweet talking about empathy. Sarah is a mother of 3 and a certified peaceful parenting coach, podcaster, and educator in Toronto. We go over the impact of empathy, modeling empathy, holding boundaries with empathy, empathy as an intention and not a tactic, an empathetic mindset, and how empathy has blossomed in our ow…
 
Creating A Culturally Rich Home Learning Environment Amber O’Neal Johnston is a writer, speaker, and Worldschooling Charlotte Mason mama who blends living books with life-giving books and a culturally-rich environment for her four children and others seeking to do the same. She recommends we offer children opportunities to see themselves and others…
 
Today I’m here with Erika Brown talking about real estate. Erika turned a career as a real estate agent into a multi-million dollar real estate empire that provides jobs and empowers the community, while unschooling her three boys. We go over money, real estate, financing, BRRRR, Air BnBs, rentals, entrepreneurship, parenting, and unschooling. Get …
 
Homeschooling~Getting Started Part 2:Clubhouse Edition Are you just getting started in homeschooling? Or are you a homeschooler that has hit a bump in the road and needs a little more encouragement? This episode is for you then. Our September Theme in the Honey! I'm Homeschooling club on Clubhouse was; Homeschooling- Getting Started. I recorded two…
 
Today I’m here with Shelly Robinson talking about relationships with our family of origin. Shelly is a certified holistic family wellness coach, cycle-breaker, conscious parenting educator, and founder of Raising Yourself. We go over expectations, boundaries, narratives, homeostasis, and approval. Get the full show notes at sagefamily.com/podcast67…
 
Food, Parenting and Unschooling FOOD. What does that word bring up for you? Does it make you think of work, hurt or frustration? Or does it conjure up feelings of joy, positivity and empowerment? It's interesting how our ideas, thoughts and even judgements around food are similar to those we hold around learning. For some of us, food can certainly …
 
Today I’m here with Dr. William Stixrud and Ned Johnson with a Communication Q & A. Bill is a clinical neuropsychologist and Ned is a tutor geek and they are both speakers and authors of The Self-Driven Child and What Do You Say. We go over what to say when a child is struggling with complaining, school, neurodiversities, a hard new skill, substanc…
 
Alternatives to College~Praxis Is University or College the only option? I know University is what we push, or aspire our kids to attend. We try our best to use their childhood to prepare them it. Not to prepare them for adulthood, but for college. I even notice at times that people measure the success of homeschooling or unschooling on...college. …
 
Did you know that only 40% of College Students graduate in 4 years? 60% graduate in 6 years. 60% change majors at least 3 times. In the US, the average cost of an instate public college is over $27000/year. A private college is $55,000/year. Extending time in college can be a costly choice. That is why Beth and Greg Langston feel that empowering st…
 
Homeschool: Getting Started~Clubhouse Edition If you have been listening to the podcast this last year or following Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids on social media you may have heard that we have a wonderful homeschooling "club" on the Clubhouse app. The Club is called Honey! I'm Homeschooling and we host a room every Saturday at 9am mountain tim…
 
Values and Guiding Purpose For many it's the beginning of the new school year! For others you may be half way through that beginning journey. How has it been so far? In this episode I am focusing on why and how you can build your values and guiding purpose. This is an important foundation whether you are a homeschooler, unschooler or even tradition…
 
Welcome to episode 105 with Pilar Bewley of Mainly Montessori. In this episode Pilar took time out to talk about embracing a Montessori mindset in homeschooling. We talked about the Montessori philosophy, how that plays out in the home environment vs the classroom and why she felt homeschooling Montessori supported her family best. Pilar is a forme…
 
Social Emotional Learning with Dr. Lorea Martínez Dr. Lorea Martínez Pérez is the award-winning founder of HEART in Mind Consulting, a company dedicated to helping schools and organizations integrate Social Emotional Learning in their practices, products, and learning communities. An educator who has worked with children and adults internationally,…
 
Finding Joy, Connection and Freedom Within Structure Kelly Edwards is the creator of the 90-Minute School Day. A lifestyle approach to education. The 90-Minute School Day method connects children with learning in their natural environment: at home with their family. It is designed for pre-K through 6th grade. Kelly is passionate about home educatio…
 
Homeschooling and Mindfulness Isabelle Robledo is a 17-year-old kids mindfulness coach and co founder of Making Mindfulness Fun. She is helping kids and teens to be confident and creative using mindfulness. She's been living in an RV for the past six years while traveling the world with her family of seven. She learned mindfulness from a very young…
 
Today I’m here with Tamara Soles talking about assessment. Tamara is a psychologist, parent coach, and mom of twins. We go over neurodiversity, what a psychological assessment is, when it’s helpful, how to find a practitioner that is a good fit, what to expect during the process, what a diagnosis means, and how to advocate for consent for our child…
 
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