E73: Using Home Education to Design Our Lifestyle / Our Interview with It’s A Military Life

Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Today we have the pleasure of sharing with you our interview with the Chief Editor & Program Manager of It’s A Military Life, Jenna Soliani.  We have been able to work with It’s A Military Life on several projects, but this time they asked to interview us about our experience as a military homeschooling family, among other things. We think this conversation gives some good insight into our decision to make a lifestyle change that involved taking our children out of the traditional education system. Our goal was to create a lifestyle designed to bring more quality time, less stress, and a more flexible schedule. As a military family, we share how the fluidity of homeschooling has allowed us to travel and adjust to ever-changing schedules without missing a beat.
So grab a seat by the fire as we discuss our life as a military homeschooling family and how we use home education to design our family’s lifestyle. Enjoy!

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Thank you for listening!

Show Notes
It’s A Military Life : Sharing lifestyle content, personal stories, collaboration opportunities, and military child resources. We are a supportive milso and vet networking community! (itsamilitarylife.com)

You can also find It’s A Military Life on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

Book mentioned:
102 Top Picks for Home School Curriculum
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