Using alternative education to design the lifestyle we envision rather than that of mainstream society. Our mission is to take back life centered around family, adventures, and the outdoors with our children’s education at the heart. Join us, along with our guests, to discuss topics on homeschooling, alternative education, parenting, and lifestyle design.Together, “Lets Light A Fire They Can't Put Out."If you have any questions or comments contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, IHeart Radio, and TuneIn+Alexa and leave us a review. You can also follow us on Instagram and Facebook at homeschool_project_podcast. Enjoy! ~ Anita and Nathan https://thehomeschoolprojectpodcast.com/
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Anita and Nathan have put so much energy and love into this podcast! It is so inspiring, uplifting, helpful and comforting to new and old homeschoolers. more
Lots of info for those starting out in a digestible format. Relatable and encouraging. I’ve tried loads of homeschool podcasts and this is the one I always return to.
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Nathan and Anita offer so much great homeschooling advice and show the lives of different types of homeschoolers. As a former homeschooled student, their perspectives are refreshing for both newbies and veteran homeschoolers.
This podcast is a life saver for anyone starting out in their homeschool journey. So many great, experienced guests, so many vulnerable and honest stories. Anita and Nathan are passionate, authentic and completely honest in their trials and tribulations on their home schooling journey which makes taking the journey yourself less daunting. Thank you for your wide range of guests, the thought you put into each episode and your passion. Big fan!
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The Homeschool Project Podcast launched 2 years ago and published 152 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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