I'm a wife to my "Mr. Right". A momma of five. A maker of slow food and simple living. A collector of memories, a keeper of books, and a champion for books that make memories. An addict who likes my half-and-half with a splash of coffee. A fractured pot transformed by the One Who makes broken things beautiful. I heart homeschooling, brake for libraries, and am glad you're here with me on the journey! Be sure to subscribe to my daily digest via email or RSS feed. Or, follow along with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google +, Youtube, or Pinterest.

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Jamie is the founder of The Unlikely Homeschool. She left her big city life to follow love all the way to a real-life Mayberry. After earning her Bachelor's degree in elementary education, working for the nation's leading homeschooling curriculum company, and teaching in a traditional classroom, she had babies...lots of them...and decided to point her gaze towards home. When she's not curating memories, hoarding vintage books, or playing ringmaster to her own live-in circus of seven, she can be found writing, speaking, and trying to stay warm in the upper midwest.

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Jessica is a homeschooling mama to three, a wife of eighteen years, and a former school teacher with a bachelor’s in English and a master’s in elementary education. She loves time spent with her family, being outdoors, reading, and a good cup of coffee. She is passionate about following Christ, motherhood, family, homeschooling, and social justice issues for orphaned and impoverished children. She and her husband would love to add to their family through special needs adoption and to volunteer in overseas orphanages someday in the future. 


Beth Hautala is a newbie to the homeschool realm—at least in practice. She was homeschooled through high school, reveling in learning and the power of well-written words. She now spends her days writing and making home. Lover of Jesus, mom of four, wife, business owner, author, and food blogger at Eat Write Repeat, life is full. You can expect dishes in the sink and laundry strewn in piles. Her old farmhouse is in a constant state of renovation, but the coffee is always on. And Beth is never too busy to pull up a chair in the kitchen, draw a friend close, and marvel at beauty found in the most commonplace moments.

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