I’m a homeschooling mom of three helping you Cultivate Simplicity in your Home & Homeschool
Learn to implement systems & strategies, create margin, and reduce decision fatigue in order to overcome the chaos and Cultivate Simplicity in your Home & Homeschool.
Do you feel overwhelmed by your home and homeschool?
Are you trying to plan your homeschool days, and everything else for your family, but falling short because of too much clutter, both physical and emotional?
Are you pushing your passions to the side because the chaos of all.the.things. is making it impossible to pursue your dreams?
I believe when you cultivate simplicity in your home and homeschool, it allows you to fearlessly pursue your passions.
What if you are able to spend time with your children throughout the day, not just as a teacher, or a chef, or chief housekeeper, but as a mom, enjoying the freedom of being a homeschooler and all that allows for you and your family?
Coffee, Bible, Plan
first thing everyday
Read all the Books
Cultivating Simplicity in your Home & Homeschool takes work. When you create those rhythms and routines it will reduce decision fatigue and allow you to dream again.
Hi! I’m Heather. When you become part of the Townsend House community you will transform the chaos and overwhelmed feelings into peace in your home and homeschool.
I remember waking up on my son’s birthday many years ago and I’d hit a wall. I had so much fear, questioning whether I was doing “life” correctly. I was getting ready to start our homeschool journey, but I had no control over my home and felt completely overwhelmed. I didn’t know if I was making the right choices for my family or myself.
I had an “aha” moment. I was trying to be too many things to too many people, and forgot that the most important people were right in front of me, wanting to read stories and play in the mud. Comparison started creeping in, and it didn’t need to.
I had to make a change. The change was to cultivate simplicity in my home. I knew that my husband and I were making decisions outside the mainstream starting with homeschooling, but I was letting fear get in the way. I realized that our decisions as a family were the right ones for us and we would thrive in this space, even if it was off the beaten path.
How would you feel if you were able to pursue your passions alongside your children, without the fear of making the wrong choices, or doing things a little bit different from the norm?