The Homeschool Mother’s Journal (3/1/14)


The New Vision of the Homeschool Mother’s Journal

I really have been praying for several months about how I could change the current HMJ to include more homeschooling momma’s. Now I finally have peace about changing the link-up in a way that will do just that.

1. There will be no more “guidelines” or “writing” prompts. Rather, I want you to share ANY post that will help share your momma heart on any aspect of homeschooling and motherhood. However, if you still choose to use the old writing prompts, feel free!

2. The posts do not have to only be homeschool related. They can be anything that will encourage another mother on her motherhood journey.

3. And we will still have the same tag-line: Sharing our hearts as we journey together.

The bottom line?

I want you to share your momma heart without worrying about following a format. I want homeschooling mom’s to be able to come here each week for encouragement in life, homeschool, homemaking, homeschooling, and any other relevant topic to homeschooling families. I want it to be a place where both working mom’s that homeschool and work-at-home homeschooling momma’s can rally up and say, I have your back! or I am having a really hard time, will you pray for me?.

I pray that this link-up will serve a purpose in the online international homeschooling community where hearts will be knit together and lives changed. My prayer is that you will realize that you are not alone, homeschooling momma, we care about you. We are here for you. I am so excited to see how the new change will serve this community of amazing homeschooling families.

Let’s Share Our Momma Hearts!


  1. says

    Thank you for this blog link up…………homeschooling is wonderful…….and rather tiring at the same time….especially w/ all that we moms have on our plates. Nice to have a place for encouragement. :) Gentle Joy
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    • says

      I am glad you can be encouraged here :) Our family adores homeschooling and are so grateful to live in a country where it is legal! We lived in Germany for 3 years and it was such a different experience. I felt so much compassion for many of our German neighbors who were so interested in homeschooling but unable to do so because it’s illegal. I pray you have a wonderful weekend!