Today, the Scholé Sisters get real about Christmas. Mystie says we can be classical not just in our approach to education, but also in our approach to happiness. Does the classical tradition have something to offer us at Christmas as well? We talk about depression and grief, yes, but also bad attitudes and dangerous expectations, all in an attempt to encourage all of us toward a better Christmas. Christmas is important, because the incarnation is important. Let’s never forget what it’s … Read More
This episode is a something of a bonus for those of you who attended our Leading Well retreat this past summer. If you DIDN’T attend the retreat, we think you’ll still enjoy the episode. But more importantly, a lot of you have asked if we offer replays of the retreat for those who missed it, or didn’t know about it at the time. Starting TODAY, the answer to that question is a resounding YES! (See below for more info.) So … Read More
#### You are not just a mom, you are a leader in your home.
When you redefine your role as a homeschooling mom and focus on effective and creative leadership, you can design an atmosphere of peace and learning that will last the entire school year.
#### This is the teacher’s personal development day that you need.
* Brandy: Secrets to Leading on the Sly
* Pam: Leaders Don’t Eat Their Young
* Mystie: Lead with Your Strengths
* Panel: Leading Without Bossing
* Q&A Discussion… Read More
Mystie and I are pleased to welcome Eric Hall as our guest today. Eric is a classical scholar and teacher who is local to Brandy. That’s right! She gets to know him in real life. Eric has studied at The Master’s College, the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, and Clemson University. When he’s not reading Thomas Aquinas, Eric enjoys mountaineering and rock climbing. Today’s episode is our attempt to balance two ideas. On the one hand, we have grace … Read More