Our regular blog contributors bring years of experience and expertise in areas like Working and Homeschooling, Charlotte Mason & Habits, Special Needs, Tech for Homeschooling and Internships! Check our blog regularly for inspiration and tools to make homeschooling enjoyable and successful!
Lolita Allgyer is a Marketing Associate at Praxis, an apprenticeship program for the mold-breakers of this world. She is passionate about self-education, and about empowering other young people to carve their own paths in life. Her life philosophy is to live each moment to the fullest. If you can’t find her, she’s most likely outside on some new adventure! She writes on the Praxis blog, Quora, and lolitaallgyer.com. She hosts her own podcast that dives deep into new ideas about education, called The Educationeering Podcast. Ask her anything at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Lolita regularly contributes articles on tech for your homeschool as well as Internships for post highschool homeschool success!
Dawn Garrett lives in Central Ohio with her husband Jason and their three always-homeschooled children, ages 13, 12, and 11. In her homeschool, she and her children learn about God and His cosmos by studying the seven liberal arts in order to know Him better, imitate Him and His ways, and share about Him with others. She uses the AmblesideOnline curriculum to accomplish this work. Her home blog – about books school and life – has been at ladydusk.com.
She is the author of the free ebook: I Am, I Can, I Ought, I Will: Charlotte Mason’s Motto Explained for Upper Elementary Students
Dawn regularly contributes articles on Charlotte Mason and creating habits to homeschool successfully!
Erin Persinger is the sometimes goofy, always crazy, voice behind Secret Society of Homeschool Moms. She lives in West Virginia with her husband and two daughters. She and her husband decided to “try” school at home in 2012, and they fell in love with the homeschooling way of life. In between the long-division and the snacks she loves to provide homeschool tips, useful resources, and a healthy dose of humor to her readers. Her blog is a calling and a labor of love. You can also find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Tammie Polk is a Mompreneur on a Mission! She is a married, homeschooling mother of three girls ages 15, 10, and 5 from Memphis, Tennessee. When she’s not pouring into her girls, you can find her writing, doing crossword puzzles, or playing games! Her major claim to fame is being the author of over 30 books on life, faith, family, and business- all of which were written in the last three years. Tammie is also a business coach, homeschool consultant, motivational and inspirational speaker, and international radio show host!
Tammie regularly contributes articles on how to make working while homeschooling manageable!
Amy holds a Masters of Science in Education, Curriculum, and Instruction, from the University of Central Missouri and a Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from Texas State University. Also, she spent 2 years of college studying Interpretation for the Deaf and Deaf Studies and knows American Sign Language. Her teaching certifications include Special Education, English as a Second Language and Generalist (early childhood through fourth). She is now part of the Thinking and Learning Center and loves the discovery approach to learning. Teaching children how to learn will help them reach their goals and dreams.
Amy Vickrey states, “My passion for learning and being a lifelong learner is something I want to pass on to the children I teach, as well as my own children. Making learning fun and engaging is important part of this process. My goal is to lift others up to help them achieve their own goals and dreams.